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Old 10th April 2012, 21:19   #661  |  Link
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LameXP built with Qt 5.0 Alpha:

Warning: This could make your computer explode or may not work at all. Use at your own risk!
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Warning: This could make your computer explode or may not work at all. Use at your own risk!
Cool... an exploding computer... I'm downloading and installing it right now!
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Here is a binary of LameXP that was built with static Qt 5.0 Alpha libraries:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/0nv4ko...e.Build-971.7z

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LameXP built with Qt 5.0 Alpha:

Warning: This could make your computer explode or may not work at all. Use at your own risk!
It resembles me AC/DC and "That's The Way I Wanna Rock'n'Roll":

"I'm gonna blow up my video
Shut down my radio..."
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Old 12th April 2012, 09:45   #665  |  Link
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It did not explode

Some bugs/suggestions:

Remove floppy seek at first start.
The error message scared me a little .

Sometimes the GUI does not recover from the taskbar.
Rightclicking re-established it.

DCA encoder throws an error at bitrates below 256kbs (expected).

The dropbox does not work.

Speedwise I cannot say much. Did not do any benchmarking comparing standard LameXP -> Qt 5.0 Alpha

Anyway,
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Some bugs/suggestions:

Remove floppy seek at first start.
The error message scared me a little .


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Sometimes the GUI does not recover from the taskbar.
Rightclicking re-established it.

The dropbox does not work.
Well, this is an "Alpha" release of Qt.

There are more issues I noticed:
* Icons in the TreeView/TableView don't show up
* Windows that should be "fixed size" can still be resized by the user
* The showEvent() is triggered twice, I already implemented a workaround
* Modal dialogs are not as modal as one would expect
* etc.

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DCA encoder throws an error at bitrates below 256kbs (expected).
Probably not related to Qt at all.

Which bitrates work (or do not work) with DCAEnc seems to depend on the number of channels.
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LameXP v4.04 RC-1:

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Changes between v4.03 and v4.04:
* Added support for the QAAC Encoder, requires QuickTime v7.7.1 or newer (see FAQ doc for details)
* Added Chinese and Taiwanese translations, thanks to 456Vv <123@456vv.com>
* Added experimental support for dcaenc, created by Alexander E. Patrakov <patrakov@gmail.com>
* Added CSV export/import for Meta tags (see context-menu on the "Source Files" tab)
* Added a button to modify the current output folder path in an edit box
* Updated Qt runtime libraries to v4.8.1 (2012-03-14), compiled with MSVC 10.0
* Updated LAME encoder to v3.99.5 Final (2012-02-28), compiled with ICL 12.1.7 and MSVC 10.0 (details)
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.56 (2012-04-08), compiled with ICL 12.1.7 and MSVC 10.0
* Updated SoX to to v14.4.0 (2012-03-04), compiled with ICL 12.1.7 and MSVC 10.0
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.13.6 (2011-03-11), compiled with GCC 4.6.1
* Updated Monkey's Audio binary to v4.11 (2011-04-20)
* Updated Musepack decoder to revision 475 (2011-08-10), compiled with ICL 12.1.6 and MSVC 10.0
* Updated GnuPG to v1.4.12, compiled with GCC 4.6.1
* Updated language files (big thank-you to all contributors !!!)
* Implemented coalescing of update signals to reduce the CPU usage of the LameXP process (details)
* Run more than four instances in parallel on systems with more than four CPU cores (details)
* Improved handling of different character encodings for Playlist and Cue Sheet import
* Tweaked directory outline on "output folder" tab for improved performance (hopefully)
* Improved LameXP inter-process communication by adding queue support
* Workaround for a bug that causes MediaInfo to not detect the duration of Wave files (64-Bit only)
* Prevent LameXP from blocking a system shutdown (encoding process is aborted, if necessary)
* Improved internal handling of MediaInfo output, including extraction of cover art
* Fixed a very rare "live-lock" situation in early initialization code
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Feature request:
Please set sounds to DISABLED by default. Please!
edit: in fact, can't you get rid of those completely? This is not Windows where losers demand their speakers to play funky stuff when they click on stuff :P
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Oh and btw something is wrong with the update feature. It reports build 986 being latest ( I have 972) but it's not on the web at all. I clicked through all the files there and latest change was 12.4. which is what I have. Huh?
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Typo at cuesheet import:
Cuehseet Assistent
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Oh and btw something is wrong with the update feature. It reports build 986 being latest ( I have 972) but it's not on the web at all. I clicked through all the files there and latest change was 12.4. which is what I have. Huh?
If the Auto Update feature finds a newer version, it will offer to download the new version. So you don't have to download the new version from the web-site manually.

Also note: The latest version you can get via Auto Update is not necessarily identical to the latest version that is offered as a stand-alone download on the web-site!

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edit: in fact, can't you get rid of those completely? This is not Windows where losers demand their speakers to play funky stuff when they click on stuff :P
No, I can't

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQ8tY0c-s04
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Typo at cuesheet import:
Cuehseet Assistent
Thanks for the report. Will fix that.
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Should it not also be assistant?
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If the Auto Update feature finds a newer version, it will offer to download the new version. So you don't have to download the new version from the web-site manually.

Also note: The latest version you can get via Auto Update is not necessarily identical to the latest version that is offered as a stand-alone download on the web-site!
Where does it get the new version from then?

I just don't use the auto update because it wants to install the program, which kills the purpose of downloading zip with just the files. Just make the files available on SF damnit :P
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Where does it get the new version from then?
From the update server. As you have noticed, the update server may provide a slightly newer version than SourceForge sometimes.

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I just don't use the auto update because it wants to install the program, which kills the purpose of downloading zip with just the files.
The installer doesn't do any "fancy" things. It neither modifies your system nor collects any personal data. It basically extracts the required files to the "install" folder.

Also it is not possible to use the ZIP package for auto-update, because a running executable cannot replace itself. We need "somebody" to install the new files, after LameXP has exited.

That's why the auto-updater needs to use the installer. And the installer supports a special "update" mode for exactly that purpose

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Just make the files available on SF damnit :P
I urge you to remember rule #4.
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Update server NOT being part of SF clears it out, thanks.


Rule 4 of what where? I am confused.
edit: Huh, what profanity and not being nice? :-O Do you really read my post as being unfriendly/rude/whatever? I know this is the internets and you can't always tell how the posted meant it, but I thought it was pretty clear I was posting in a friendly way.
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Update server NOT being part of SF clears it out, thanks.
I prefer being in control of the update mirrors myself.

If something changes on the server that I have no control over, it may break the auto-update for all existing builds

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edit: Huh, what profanity and not being nice? :-O Do you really read my post as being unfriendly/rude/whatever? I know this is the internets and you can't always tell how the posted meant it, but I thought it was pretty clear I was posting in a friendly way.
I quoted the part of your post that I was referring to. Also this was only a gentle reminder. No offense.
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LameXP v4.04 has been released

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Changes between v4.03 and v4.04:
* Added support for the QAAC Encoder, requires QuickTime v7.7.1 or newer (see FAQ doc for details)
* Added Chinese and Taiwanese translations, thanks to 456Vv <123@456vv.com>
* Added experimental support for DCA Enc, created by Alexander E. Patrakov <patrakov@gmail.com>
* Added CSV export/import for Meta tags (available from the context-menu on the "Source Files" tab)
* Added a button to modify the current output folder path in an edit box
* Updated Qt runtime libraries to v4.8.1 (2012-03-14), compiled with MSVC 10.0
* Updated LAME encoder to v3.99.5 Final (2012-02-28), compiled with ICL 12.1.7 and MSVC 10.0 (details)
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.56 (2012-04-08), compiled with ICL 12.1.7 and MSVC 10.0
* Updated SoX to to v14.4.0 (2012-03-04), compiled with ICL 12.1.7 and MSVC 10.0
* Updated mpg123 decoder to v1.13.6 (2011-03-11), compiled with GCC 4.6.1
* Updated Monkey's Audio binary to v4.11 (2011-04-20)
* Updated Musepack decoder to revision 475 (2011-08-10), compiled with ICL 12.1.6 and MSVC 10.0
* Updated GnuPG to v1.4.12, compiled with GCC 4.6.1
* Updated language files (big thank-you to all contributors !!!)
* Implemented coalescing of update signals to reduce the CPU usage of the LameXP process (details)
* Run more than four instances in parallel on systems with more than four CPU cores (details)
* Improved handling of different character encodings for Playlist and Cue Sheet import
* Tweaked directory outline on "output folder" tab for improved performance (hopefully)
* Improved LameXP inter-process communication by adding queue support
* Workaround for a bug that causes MediaInfo to not detect the duration of Wave files (64-Bit only)
* Prevent LameXP from blocking a system shutdown (encoding process is aborted, if necessary)
* Improved internal handling of MediaInfo output, including extraction of cover art
* Fixed a very rare "live-lock" situation in early initialization code
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Well done! Thank you very much for your hard work!
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Hey, hey, hey... Great work mate
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