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Old 16th September 2003, 18:25   #1  |  Link
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Directshow OGM filters version 0.9.9.6

Hi !!!

A new version of the well known Ogm DirectShow filters (based on
version 0.9.9.3 from Tobias) is available

0.9.9.6: first version based on the Ogg Vorbis V0.9.9.3 from Xiph CVS.
I was too unimaginative to think of a new versioning schema

[Changed]
* devided OggDS.dll into VorbisDS.ax (Vorbis Encoder/Decoder) and
OggDS.ax (Ogm Muxer/Splitter) to allow independent installation.
* reorganized the entire directory structure.
* set the version string to 0.9.9.6.
* several bugs caused by missing initialization fixed.
* all media types belonging to a certain group (e.g. video/audio/text)
are now grouped correctly.

[Added]
* several languages added ... right-click the tray-icon.
* Ogg Splitter filter provides both media types for Vorbis (Vorbis
Decoder) and Vorbis2 (CoreVorbis Decoder). If both are installed
CoreVorbis is preferred.
* Ogm Muxer filter support muxing of SSA, ASS, UTF8 and USF subtitles.
At the moment these subtitles can only be muxed with graphedit using
the Subtitles filters from guliverkli. In addition, these subtitles
can only be displayed using the VSFilter from guliverkli.
* Vorbis Decoder can ignore the POSTGAIN tag or manually set the
gain by moving a slider.

It is highly recommended to install the filter collection from guliverkli. At least the VSFilter for displaying subtitles is a must. In case of muxing subtitles of format SSA, ASS, UTF8 and USF also the Subtitle Source filters from guliverkli have to be installed. See http://sourceforge.net/projects/guliverkli

For audio stream switching I recommend the MMSwitcher filter. See http://corecodec.org/projects/mmswitch

Last but not least, to get advantage of these new features the
"enable all streams" flag of Ogg Splitter has to be set.

Greets, GM

Edit: URL OggDS0996.zip removed
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Old 16th September 2003, 18:39   #2  |  Link
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wow great news!!!!

mgerald21,
perhaps you can join forces with nic, who also already worked on the filters!?
perhaps you can create also a sourceforge project, where both of you can work on...

ok, let the testing begin
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Old 16th September 2003, 18:47   #3  |  Link
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thank u for your work
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keep up the good work!
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There was already a 0.9.9.6 version from Tobias (he didn´t published it because it was only a minor bugfix). This is a different?
The only change between 0.9.9.5/0.9.9.6 was that O.9.9.6 reads/writes the tags in UTF-8 (Ogg standard) and not in Unicode.
Are the changes from 0.9.9.4/0.9.9.5 also implemented?

Edit: Could you make a version without installer, because the installer mess up the extension-handling?

Thank you very much for continuing that project!

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Alright, this build crashes MPC but not GraphEdit or WMP 6.4 and 9.

I did install the OggDS.ax in a different directory though (installed, copied OggDS.ax, uninstalled, moved, regsvr32'ed...).
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Can someone provide a alternative download site?
In China geocities are banned...

3x 1st
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Not sure how long this will stay up as I just changed ISP's.

Here it is without the installer.

and here is the above EXE.

Also, can confirm crash in MPC.

Last thing; sgabello and anyone else in China, you might want to try a proxy: China-->proxy-->geocities.

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@bond: I'm in contact with Nic, but he is busy for the next weeks. We will see, how to continue when he is back in force.

@S_O: Well, I was not aware that there is already an unofficial version of OggDS version 0.9.9.6. I was just looking for a new version number pointing out, that this is something new. But I will try to contact Tobias to get this unofficial version.

@Animaniac & celtic_druid: I can't confirm a MPC (MediaPlayerClassic) crash. But I only tested it with MPC 6.4.5.8 on WinXP.

I'll try to keep in mind to provide also an "installer-free" version after the next release.

Greets, GM

Edit: Crash with MPC 6.4.6.3 on WinXP confirmed ... and fixed. Get the new version from my site. The _bin version is without installer as requested. But I expect you know what you are doing.

OggDS0996_bin.zip
OggDS0996_inst.zip
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@mgerald21

geocities doesn´t work...can u host it on another place?

btw...thanks for your work...I hope to solve with this dsfilter the rustle sound with ogg when playing wave-out in WMP 6.4, WMPC....

or does anyone have a solution for this problem?
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yup, geocities doesnt work (i guess they have a bandwidth limit perhaps)...

if you create a sourceforge project you get unlimited bandwith + webspace + you can upload the source to cvs (which you should do as the source is under the gpl afaik )

edit: you can try to contact tobias for the latest sources, but dont wait for it afaik the only sources he still had after all were 0993 (thats what why he submitted that to xiph too)
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Feel free to mail it to my email address mgerald21 if you want it hosting on my site
(@bond: you know how much I irrationally fear sf )

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@hippoth: Hmm, the default directshow filter for rendering audio is directsound device ... thats why I never experienced such a problem. And you are right is sounds horrible. I will have a look on this!

Geocities seems to limit the downloads ... I'll look for an alternative.

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(@bond: you know how much I irrationally fear sf )
although i really think that one central place, like sourceforge, open to access for all who want to work on oggds would be the best, because it would help avoiding the splitting up into different projects, i will stop suggesting sf now

mgerald,
to avoid a mess with version numbers, perhaps you should name your bugfixes of 0996 something like
0996_1, 0996_2 or 0996a...
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For now, a mirror:
http://nic.dnsalias.com/OggDS0996_bin.zip
http://nic.dnsalias.com/OggDS0996_inst.zip

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About ogg.dll, vorbis.dll and vorbisenc.dll, are they based on latest 1.0.1 CVS?
I have some Ogg stuff recently compiled by John33 that is based on latest source code and contains several bug-fixes.

(can't found again that post at HA forum... its search engine has problems)
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unplugged,
vorbis 1.0.1 isnt out till now! john33's compiles are just based on the current cvs...

mgerald21,
your oggds filter seems to have problems with mp3 streams in ogm cause if i try to render such a file in graphedit it crashes...
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Originally posted by celtic_druid
Not sure how long this will stay up as I just changed ISP's.

Here it is without the installer.

and here is the above EXE.

Also, can confirm crash in MPC.

Last thing; sgabello and anyone else in China, you might want to try a proxy: China-->proxy-->geocities.
Ha! Feels good, another 7z user
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@unplugged & bond: I was using an older CVS snapshot of ogg/vorbis and recompiled it myself (ogg.dll, vorbis.dll and vorbisenc.dll) ... because Tobias mentioned on his web-page, that there is something wrong with the official vorbis.dll.

But I did a fresh CVS update and noticed that my snapshot is outdated.
So another recompile ...

@bond: I will take a look at the MP3 problem in OGM ... is this something new ?? (I guess, yes)

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@bond: I will take a look at the MP3 problem in OGM ... is this something new ?? (I guess, yes)
at least for me, yes
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