m4a from nero encoder probelm


#1

I created some m4a (aac) files using the latest version of the nero aac encoder. I'm able to play the files within Winamp. However, when I try tagging the files with mp3tag (latest version) using the convert filename to tag button, I receive the following error message:

"File xxx.m4a cannot be opened for writing"

As a quick test, I created the m4a file using FAAC and it worked fine. Is there a bug with a Nero encoded file?

-David


#2

Are you playing the file in Winamp while trying to tag it?


#3

No, the file is not being used by any application.


#4

Are you using the command line Nero encoder or the GUI version that comes with the whole Nero suite?


#5

I am using the command line within audiograbber - would that make a difference?


#6

I don't use AudioGrabber but you can send me one file for analyzing the issue to my support address.


#7

Mp3tag reports a "seek offset out of range" error and foobar2000 reports a "Data truncated" error.

This file seems to be broken.