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I get this error when ripping/compressing an audio CD file.
When I run "External Compressor Test" it works and this is the command-line: C:\Program Files (x86)\Lame MP3 Encoder\lame.exe -V0 "etmp!)(0(.wav" "etmp!)(0(.mp3"
I'm not sure why %source% and %dest% aren't used and where the "etmp!)(0(.wav" and "etmp!)(0(.mp3" are coming from. I tried different entries into the "Additional command-line options" but those weird file names keep showing up in the command-line.
I reinstalled EAC and Lame and went through the Configuration Wizard but I keep getting this strange error which I never had before (it's been many years since I used this program).
Any ideas? Thanks.
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And I tried changing parameter scheme to "User Defined" and used a command-line sample from this guide: https://wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title=EAC_Compression_Options#External_compression
But I get that same error.
I've read through that Wiki but I feel like I'm missing something fundamental.
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OK. Figured out the problem. Apparently LAME doesn't like writing to my NAS. I changed the output folder to a local drive and it works.-Shimon