I'm trying to rip CDs to .flac in openSuse 11.2 using SoundKonverter (both version 0.3 and 1beta) The problem I'm having is that when I use the command;

/usr/bin/flac %p -V -8 -o %o %i
it doesn't seem to take any longer to encode and thus I'm not sure if the Verify option is having any effect; the encoding time is the same both with and without the -V. To clarify this I have tried to encode pre-ripped wav files to remove the ripping element from my timings.

To be honest, I'm not 100% sure what the %p -o %o %i parts do, they are labeled as being parameters generated by soundKonverter, output and input. I thought by removing the %p I would have full control over the command being sent to flac but without the %p the encoder appears to always fail, despite using what look like legitimate command line options borrowed from other users.

Any ideas if the -V is working or how to make it work, or how to check if it is working?