-n: dirs with special chars not possible
I am working on a German Windows 2000 and use the
oggenc2.exe in this version:
OggEnc v2.83 (Lancer (SSE) based on aoTuV b5) (c) 2000-2006 Michael Smith <email@example.com> & portions by John Edwards <firstname.lastname@example.org>
When employing the argument
-n%a/%l/%t.ogg you have to pay attention on the fact, that in directory names for example umlauts are not allowed. That is not a missing feature, it’s a bug: The directory is created with the special character encoded wrongly, OggEnc after that doesn’t find its selfmade directory and crashes.
oggenc2 -tBrandung -lBildfänger -a"Tut das Not" -GPunk -n%a/%l/%t.ogg brandung.wav
This call leads to a creation of a directory
Tut das Not and a subdir
BildfÃ¤nger (take note of the Ã¤ instead of an ä) and the program quits with this message:
ERROR: Cannot open output file "Tut das Not/Bildf├ñnger/Brandung.ogg": No such file or directory
When I correct the name of the subdirectory manually, a further programm call works as expected.