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What is Wapet?
Wapet can be used to encode an audio file and tag it with APEv2 or APEv1 in one step. This is useful for programs like Exact Audio Copy (EAC) which will let you compress files using an external encoder, which may not support tagging while encoding. A good example of usage can be found at this URL.
Wapet was originally programmed by Case.
(+) You can now use wildcard filenames with the -f switch, e.g.: -f "Cuesheet=*.cue"
Code taken from the WavPack CLI encoder. Many thanks to David.
NB: The version above requires MSVCR80.DLL. You may download a version that does not have this dependancy.
(*) The -f switch will now add files larger than 10KB
(*) Removed beta status
(+) New switch -f "<tag>=<file>" to set a tag value from the contents of a text file
Case's original - before I made my changes
Known Issues / Notes
- It's not picky about the type of file you pass - it's currently up to you as an adult to ensure you pass it a nice file, like a .TXT, .CUE, or .LOG. No EXEs now you monkeys...
I must stress that I am not a C++ programmer (please read the thread). This project equates to the sum total of my C++ experience, and therefore you download and run these amended EXEs at your own risk.
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