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Old 6th May 2002, 21:17   #1  |  Link
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easiest way to do AC3->MP3

hi all,
i've heard some newbies says that BeSweetGUI is too complicated, so i thought you might wanna know about EasyBeSweet - the easiest tool in the world for transcoding ac3 into mp3/ogg.
this nice tool simply adds a new entry to your Windows Explorer shell extension, and transcoding is being done with right click on the AC3 file in windows.

this makes transcoding as easy as playbacking.


Good Luck !
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Old 7th May 2002, 06:09   #2  |  Link
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Thank you DSP for that info!
I am sure it will help some of our newbies
I will make that a sticky for a while.

Take care

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Old 20th May 2002, 11:25   #3  |  Link
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Another "easy" BeSweet GUI

Hi !

DSPGuru suggested that I put my GUI for BeSweet here.
For me th BeSweet GUI from DD was always somewhat "overloaded" with features I didnīt need and that were IMHO too complicate for newbies. So I wrote my own GUI.

Give it a try !

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very nice !

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BeSweet can be found here :
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Old 21st May 2002, 06:58   #5  |  Link
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@DG:
But not as nice as BeSweet

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Old 28th May 2002, 20:47   #6  |  Link
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i am not a newbie anymore but thanks anyway ! a nice gui is always good
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Old 2nd June 2002, 05:43   #7  |  Link
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Quote:
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a nice gui is always good
so here's another one... although i find DarkSouls' GUI better .

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Old 25th July 2002, 04:20   #8  |  Link
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holy crap that is the best thing =)

THANKS!!!!

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@Darksoul71

Is there a way that you could have your GUI recognise if the AC3 file is 2 channel or 5.1? Most people use LFE to LR -3db on 5.1 channel sources, however you prog doesn't use it.
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Old 30th July 2002, 20:30   #10  |  Link
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Hi Headhunter !

Sorry for my late reply ! No, this isnīt possible.
My GUI is only a frontend and I donīt have a clue how to check how many channels an AC3 file has.

cu,
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Old 26th January 2003, 13:02   #11  |  Link
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Hi,

Iīve just uploaded the latest version of the BeSweet GUI to my homepage:

Latest changes:
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2.7 - Added input support for wave, AVI, MPEG audio
- Fixed batch processing module
- Fixed delay extraction from source file name if audiostream
was demuxed with DVD2AVI instead of Smartripper (DELAY vs. Delay_

Download here:
http://home.debitel.net/user/holger..../bsweetgui.zip

Have fun !

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Re: easiest way to do AC3->MP3

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hi all,
i've heard some newbies says that BeSweetGUI is too complicated, so i thought you might wanna know about EasyBeSweet
Well the link seems to be dead unfortunately!

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sorry DSP Guru, that URL although not dead only suggests to go to the downloads section, and we end up with a dead download link again.

I found a download site here
http://divx.dva.pl/index.php?dzial=download&nr=2576
click on the CDicon, if you dont understand the language(like me)
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perhaps a sticky post with all alternative gui for besweet and other dsguru tools will be welcome , and set them in order of difficulties to use (more detailled to more newbie user).

sorry for my bad english

EDIT: a memory pipe way for the gui could be fine to get the % encoding . just hope dspugur could add this in besweet (dos version) else the dll is the only way to get the % value .

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What i would like to see is instructions how to use the Batch process in BesweetGUI. (sorry if there is one, but i could not find it, here or at the authors site).

Thats what I was looking for when I stumbled across EasyBesweet, which makes it a bit simpler when doing 20 AC3 files at the same time.
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wow this is an excellent tool

just the thing i was after for converting directors commentaries to mp3 for my mp3 player so i can gem up on my movie trivia whilst jogging

thanks
and keep up the good work
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anyone got a working link for easybesweet please?
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Are there any working d/l links for easy besweet and darksoul71's gui as non of the links above work(for me)?
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i have easybesweet m8 lmk an email address to send to and i'll fire it over to you
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