PC running slow?
Sometimes your system may show an error that the eac3to file was not found. There can be several reasons for this problem.
What decoders does eac3to support for audio tracks?
– Dolby DD+ truehd and (eac3) PCM recording decoding is done by built-in Eac3tos decoders. They do not require any additional decoding software for. ALL audio and dts-hd-master-DTS-HD-High-Resolution paths have a legacy DTS core with built-in recording. In 99% of cases they have a recorded bitrate of 1509 kbps.
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well, indeed, you’re right about that. Using CON: (both without the quotes and without the colon) seems to work. Although a small file is being written to the disc, a message also appears on the screen. But… the original behavior before! o The error message still appears with a red background, because usually a lot of BS and therefore spaces are printed after STDOUT. It’s important to note that the error message disappears entirely when redirecting STDERR. In fact, it seems our own -log argument is completely ignored when using CON:.
So now I think there is absolutely NO ABILITY to get with.Error messages because you are running eac3to from another program. This is a very serious mistake, so I think we have it if you are ready to live with it. Sorry!
@LigH: I’m sure the error message isn’t just masked out because the editor writing got confused by the BS characters. Used my hexadecimal editor to review products. Also, I can parse eac3to’s output correctly, exactly when the site prints random feed information. Theoretically, it is enough to remove all really BS and tail buildings to get a “normal” output. The single STDERR output is usually incorrect and may not execute correctly.
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