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Old 4th January 2005, 00:44   #201  |  Link
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Exactly the two things I found today. Nothing else. I'm looking forward to 0.21 final not just being called but actually feeling and working as a final version. Good job, Kurtnoise13!
Yep...I prefer to fix all bugs before to launch a stable version. BTW, the 2 issues listed above are fixed now.

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The changed Vorbis tab is nice. To make all the encoder tabs look even more consistent maybe intruduce a slider for AC3 and MP2, too?
You read in my thoughts, isn't it ?? Yes, I added a slider for AC3 and MP2. Concerning vorbis Q-Mode, I'm trying different things because when the slider is moved, the values chosen for q settings aren't very precise. We need to use the mouse or arrows keyboard to select the q wanted. So, I managed different things to find the best for you.
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Old 5th January 2005, 08:33   #202  |  Link
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Hi Kurtnoise13, I just downloaded Belight and wish to convert a 6ch AC3 file to the best quality WAV. I wish to have the same format as you would have when you rip the WAVs out from an audio CD.

There are 4 options under WAV.

1. 16 bits 5.1 Wav
2. 16 bits stereo Wav
3. 16 bits (Six)Mono Waves
4. 32 bits (Six)Mono Waves

which should I choose? What's the difference between each of them? Which is the format that is the same as what you would get when you rip the WAVs out from an audio CD?

as for the mode:

1. HybridGain
2. PostGain
3. PreGain

Which should I choose?

Thank you very much for this neat program.
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Old 5th January 2005, 09:12   #203  |  Link
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Hi,

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There are 4 options under WAV.

1. 16 bits 5.1 Wav
2. 16 bits stereo Wav
3. 16 bits (Six)Mono Waves
4. 32 bits (Six)Mono Waves

which should I choose?
It depends what you want to do exactly...

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What's the difference between each of them?
1) To have a multichannel wav file (6 channels).
2) To have a stereo wav file (2 channels).
3) To have 6 mono wav files (1 file for each channels) but with a bits depth equals to 16. The same value as CD-A and DVD in general.
4) To have 6 mono wav files (1 file for each channels) but with a bits depth equals to 32.

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Which is the format that is the same as what you would get when you rip the WAVs out from an audio CD?
Number 2. The only difference with CD-Audio can be the Sampling Rate. Most DVD have a Sampling Rate of 48 KHz whereas CD-Audio is 44,1 KHz.

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as for the mode:

1. HybridGain
2. PostGain
3. PreGain

Which should I choose?
If you don't know what is it exactly, let it by default.
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can´t save my setttings in belight -> maybe an error in the path settings (two back slash)?
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Which version did you use ?

It seems to be an old bug...In the lastest betas, this function (load/save settings) has been removed.
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Old 11th January 2005, 01:25   #206  |  Link
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HE-ACC

I dont know if this is a format issue or a command line problem but when I try to convert a 160kbps 48khz mp2 file to a HE-AAC 40kbps down mixed to mono the speed is very slow. I think it is something I am not doing write but I do not know where ells to ask.

PS. Great GUI every thing ells works good as far as I can tell.
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Old 11th January 2005, 01:37   #207  |  Link
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Yeah...some people have noticed the same buzz. Maybe it's a bug into bsn/besweet ?? I don't know really. I tested directly into Nero and all seems to be ok with it. If someone have an idea to help us...
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Cool, thanks for the quick reply.
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Having problems converting ogg to WAV
The procedure entry point vorbis_sythesis_halfrate could not be located in the dynamic link library vorbis.dll

May have nothing to do with your excellent interface. Can you advise?
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Hi,

1°) Which BeSweet release did you use ??
~~> Try this one, and tell me what's happend.

2°) Which vorbis.dll do you have ??
~~> Try this one (Put it directly into BeLight/BeSweet folder).
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Updated both files. New error libmmd.dll not found. I'm obviously missing a few things

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http://www.rarewares.org/files/libmmd8.1.zip :: put it also in the same folder.
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Thanks so much Kurtnoise13. It's transcoding now. I really appreciate you taking the extra time to get this working for me. Good luck with your projects!
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I'm back, sorry for the delay.
Well, in new version file overwriting diologue is still in french...
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I dont know if this is a ISP/Router problem but I cannot get to corecodec.org so I can not download the newest release, if someone could tell me were I could find a nother source to get the newest build that would be great

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I dont know if this is a ISP/Router problem but I cannot get to corecodec.org so I can not download the newest release, if someone could tell me were I could find a nother source to get the newest build that would be great

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I have to use a proxy to get there, I guess my isp doesn't like that site for some reason
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A link mirror...But First, try again to download at CoreCodec.


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in new version file overwriting diologue is still in french...
I knew that I missed something... It's corrected now.
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A link mirror...But First, try again to download at CoreCodec.
I never had problems downloading your files at corecodec. The only thing that hits me was the hidden download button because of the high resolution on this website. Even @ 1024*768 it's out of reach, so you have to scroll to the right
Mostly the problem arises with hidden referrers, so if everybody is turning their browsers to default, there should be no problems.
I tried it with an online proxy and software proxy too. No problem.

Thanks for your nice work. It is really appreciated.

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I thought it might be somthing like that.

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BeLight 0.21 released

0.21 stable release is now available.

Changes from 0.20 :
- Added : VOB input files support.
- Added : Different Priorities for the process.
- Added : Overwrite asking if your output file is already in the output folder.
- Revisited : MP3 part according to Gabriel Bouvigne recommandations.
- Improved : Bitrate Management for Vorbis, AC3 and MP2 output formats.
- Fixed : lot of bugs.
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