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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post

Unicode?

dbpoweramp configuration - codecs - Advanced options -  Text encoding - switch from ANSI to Unicode for whatever you need. 

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Originally Posted by 0o0o0o View Post

dbpoweramp configuration - codecs - Advanced options -  Text encoding - switch from ANSI to Unicode for whatever you need. 

That didn't work. I still have the same ???? problem.

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Space Dog says hello:

*picture*

 

gg's subs for the beginning are ****** hilarious. Was the best part of the film. 

LOL.

 

Ugh, I hate it when there's no continuation/no manga chapters scanned/2nd season a few months away. ARG. I CAN'T WAIT. I will read all of the translated OreImo  LN chapters by the end of this or next week.

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why is the anxiety eating away at me... should be focused on hw

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^^ Yeah, when you've messed up the text encoding once, unless you have the original metadata/file somewhere, can't change it back. Should have used UTF8 the first tome around. Just grab the metadata from an online database or tag it manually this time.

Oh, and +1 for the the foobar converting - you can even check to preview how the text is going to turn out. Personally I have Beets (the veggie not the headphones) and mediamonkey on a virtual machine to take care of library/tagging management.
Edited by TwinQY - 1/21/13 at 9:43pm
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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post

^^ Yeah, when you've messed up the text encoding once, unless you have the original metadata/file somewhere, can't change it back. Should have used UTF8 the first tome around. Just grab the metadata from an online database or tag it manually this time.

At least when I convert it to ALAC it still works :D. 

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What exactly are you trying to do with the file though?
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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post

^^ Yeah, when you've messed up the text encoding once, unless you have the original metadata/file somewhere, can't change it back. Should have used UTF8 the first tome around. Just grab the metadata from an online database or tag it manually this time.

 

Ugh I hate tagging, half my crap is in romaji, and the other half in Japanese characters. It kind of makes it a pain to search for stuff.

 

The tagging function in foobar is great, but most of my stuff is doujin, and it ain't on any databases.

 

So the Christain preachers (I don't mean that facetiously) swung around just then, and gave me the low down on how all the languages and cultures came to be, how interesting! Next time, he'll tell me a few different versions of the same story from other religions, and the 'correct' Christian version. tongue.gif

 

Eve, just use foobar!

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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post

What exactly are you trying to do with the file though?

Was converting my lossless library to ALAC or MP3 320kbp. In case I wanted to convert back to an ipod.

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Yeah, like deadly said, just use foobar. Saves a ton of hassle. LAME is err...lame like that.

Usually the Japanese character thing is not worrisome when I'm dealing with flac, but when putting mp3s on my Clip Zip, the few fonts with Unicode are way too big for the screen. So I have to prune out my jap/Chinese/Korean songs, encode them all to jap region formats, so I can use a nice pretty font that fits.
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oyasumi mi amicos. Time to finish things :) and read 15 chapters of some american lit. good stuff.

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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post

Yeah, like deadly said, just use foobar. Saves a ton of hassle. LAME is err...lame like that.

Usually the Japanese character thing is not worrisome when I'm dealing with flac, but when putting mp3s on my Clip Zip, the few fonts with Unicode are way too big for the screen. So I have to prune out my jap/Chinese/Korean songs, encode them all to jap region formats, so I can use a nice pretty font that fits.

How do I use foobar? When I select the folder I want to convert, it asks me for another file. I think they're looking for a LAME.exe

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Originally Posted by MrViolin View Post

oyasumi mi amicos. Time to finish things :) and read 15 chapters of some american lit. good stuff.

lol oyasumi! I'm just getting my English homework done now...

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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post

How do I use foobar? When I select the folder I want to convert, it asks me for another file. I think they're looking for a LAME.exe

Yup you need to point it to the LAME encoder for the first time, you can find the installer here: just get the LAME for windows, to the leftish
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Eww, lit. Good thing it's an elective in my school.

@eve Yeah, just get the lame.exe from the LAME homepage.
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