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Old 30th April 2012, 11:24   #1  |  Link
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OGG command line

Hi,

I would like to encode some WAV files to VBR OGG trough a BAT file ; what command line would you suggest to use ?
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Try something like this:

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OggEnc2.exe -q 6 -o "C:\Output Folder\Output.ogg" "C:\Input Folder\Input.wav"
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Thanks Lord, it works. Then I tried

"C:\oggenc2.exe" -q 10 *.wav
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I except to drag my files on the BAT file. Such comand line works with Lame but it doesn't with ogg ; i also tried "*.ogg" "*.wav" but it seems it is not recognized either.
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Thanks Lord, it works. Then I tried

"C:\oggenc2.exe" -q 10 *.wav
pause

I except to drag my files on the BAT file. Such comand line works with Lame but it doesn't with ogg ; i also tried "*.ogg" "*.wav" but it seems it is not recognized either.
You already asked that question and received an answer here. Does it not work?
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I don't know if you talk about sneaker_ger's answer, do you ? I want to understand why mine doesn't work in fact...that's why I asked again because the one from my previous post (with the *.wav line) works with Lame but not with OGG
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I don't know if you talk about sneaker_ger's answer, do you ?
That's the post I linked to, isn't it?

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I don't know if you talk about sneaker_ger's answer, do you ? I want to understand why mine doesn't work in fact...that's why I asked again because the one from my previous post (with the *.wav line) works with Lame but not with OGG
Because you're using different commands in your batch file (which don't make any sense for drag and drop).
Sneaker_ger's batch code can easily be adapted for ogg.

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Talking about oggenc2, you might be interested in this.
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