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Old 26 August 2004, 07:57 am   #1
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Default mppenc and wav files with the extension .tmp

I would like to use KaudioCreator, which is included in KDE, to rip my CD's and encode them in Musepack format. However, it seems that mppenc refuses to accept a WAV file with the extension .tmp. The thing is that oggenc and flac do not have any problems with this.

I am hoping that someone knows how to modify the source to let it also accept .tmp files. The best would be ofcourse that it recognized it was a wav file, but a dirty hack would suffice.
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Old 26 August 2004, 03:53 pm   #2
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This will indeed be a nasty hack, but an easy task for most Linux users I know. If anyone's up for the (silly) task, you are welcome to help frodoontop.
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Old 26 September 2004, 10:16 am   #3
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I got annoyed by this also, and made a patch for kaudiocreator (seemed the simplest thing to do) and it will be included in KDE 3.3.1 and KDE 3.4
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Old 29 September 2004, 03:31 pm   #4
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I think s/t like this could do as well
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--- wave_in.c.orig      2004-09-29 18:22:09.792956592 +0300

+++ wave_in.c   2004-09-29 18:22:45.627508912 +0300

@@ -130,7 +130,7 @@

     else if ( ext == NULL ) {

         fp = NULL;

     }

-    else if ( EXT(.wav) ) {

+    else if ( EXT(.wav) || EXT(.tmp) ) {

         fp = fopen ( filename, "rb" );

     }

     else if ( EXT(.wv) ) {                              // wavpack (www.wavpack.com)
Heaven't checked though. Then again maybe it's easier indeed to hack kde istead.
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Old 18 January 2005, 02:03 am   #5
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Well, if at all possible, I would love to find a way to use musepack with KaudioCreator. Its a decent bundled piece of software for ripping files and it needs musepack.
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Old 19 January 2005, 10:57 am   #6
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In latest KDE version it is fixed. At least for me Kaudiocreator works, though you might have to delete the settings folder. Somewhere in .kde I believe.
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