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rpedde
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@dtlin wrote:

1. If I have both ssc-ffmpeg and ssc-script loaded, everything gets transcoded via the latter. (Am I setting something up wrong?)

That can be tunes iwth the ssc_codecs config option. The ssc-script is kind of the last-ditch method of transcoding.

2. So if I want most of my files to be transcoded via ssc-ffmpeg, I have to not load ssc-script.
3. Which is all fine and dandy, except that ssc-ffmpeg is unwilling to transcode .mpc for me.
4. Conveniently, the dumb and obvious change

diff -rN -p -u old-mt-daapd/src/plugins/ssc-ffmpeg.c new-mt-daapd/src/plugins/ssc-ffmpeg.c
--- old-mt-daapd/src/plugins/ssc-ffmpeg.c 2007-10-12 23:04:16.255460695 -0400
+++ new-mt-daapd/src/plugins/ssc-ffmpeg.c 2007-10-12 23:04:16.755134484 -0400
@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ PLUGIN_INFO _pi = {
NULL, /* event fns */
&_ptfn, /* fns */
NULL, /* rend info */
- "flac,alac,ogg,wma" /* codeclist */
+ "flac,alac,ogg,wma,mpc"/* codeclist */
};

char *ssc_ffmpeg_error(void *pv) {

works for me. I have ffmpeg 20070616, which defaults to CONFIG_MPC7_DECODER=1.

Cool. Clearly I need a config based way to change the codecs that want to be transcoded with ffmpeg.

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