Can not choose between different MP3 encoder settings

Asked by UlfZibis on 2018-01-30

I have created 3 additional MP3 LAME encoder settings for CD ripping.

When I want to select one of them, I only see the last added setting in the listing, but 4 times. Regardless which of them I choose, the ripping is always processed with the same last added settings.

Here the concerning settings in ~/.kde/share/config/k3brc

command_Flac=Flac,flac,flac -V -o %f --force-raw-format --endian=little --channels=2 --sample-rate=44100 --sign=signed --bps=16 -T ARTIST=%a -T TITLE=%t -T TRACKNUMBER=%n -T DATE=%y -T ALBUM=%m -
command_MP3 V3 155…195 kbps=MP3 V3 155…195 kbps,mp3,lame -r -V 3 -q 2 --bitwidth 16 --little-endian -s 44.1 -h --tt %t --ta %a --tl %m --ty %y --tc %c --tn %n - %f
command_MP3 V4 145…185 kbps=MP3 V4 145…185 kbps,mp3,lame -r -V 4 -q 2 --bitwidth 16 --little-endian -s 44.1 -h --tt %t --ta %a --tl %m --ty %y --tc %c --tn %n - %f
command_MP3 V5 110…150 kbps=MP3 V5 110…150 kbps,mp3,lame -r -V 5 -q 2 --bitwidth 16 --little-endian -s 44.1 -h --tt %t --ta %a --tl %m --ty %y --tc %c --tn %n - %f
command_Mp3 (Lame)=Mp3 (Lame),mp3,lame -r --bitwidth 16 --little-endian -s 44.1 -h --tt %t --ta %a --tl %m --ty %y --tc %c --tn %n - %f
commands=MP3 V4 145…185 kbps,MP3 V3 155…195 kbps,Flac,MP3 V5 110…150 kbps,Mp3 (Lame)

Average Bitrate=128
Constant Bitrate=128
Encoder Quality=2
Error Protection=true
ISO compliance=false
Manual Bitrate Settings=false
Maximum Bitrate=224
Minimum Bitrate=32
Quality Level=6
Use Average Bitrate=true
Use Maximum Bitrate=false
Use Minimum Bitrate=false

bitrate lower=-1
bitrate nominal=-1
bitrate upper=-1
manual bitrate=false
quality level=6

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Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said : #1

Just a guess:

Try renaming the settings in a way that their names differ in the first word, e.g.

MP3V3 155…195 kbps
MP3V4 145…185 kbps
MP3V5 110…150 kbps

Maybe there is a weakness in the program that it does not correctly use the complete name, but only the part until the first white space.

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