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Old 19th February 2007, 16:10   #1421  |  Link
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I think it would be very nice to have a new official release with these features: Aften encoder, AVI support, Nero AAC encoder support, latest Vorbis and lame encoders etc.

The only 2 alternatives are foobar2000, which might be difficult to set up for beginners and BeHappy, which isn't very easy neither and has AviSynth and .NET 2.0 dependency.
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Old 19th February 2007, 18:40   #1422  |  Link
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The only 2 alternatives are foobar2000, which might be difficult to set up for beginners and BeHappy, which isn't very easy neither and has AviSynth and .NET 2.0 dependency.
If the problem is the .NET 2.0 dependency, you can try another AviSynth method the SoundOut plugin
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Old 19th February 2007, 19:06   #1423  |  Link
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Still no go with the latest bsn.dll and WA_aac.dll from the site provided. I can use older enc_aacplus.dll but not that from WinAmp 5.33
No problem here...May I see your logfile ?



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Old 19th February 2007, 19:27   #1424  |  Link
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you need nscrt.dll as well, in order to get it running.
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Old 20th February 2007, 01:28   #1425  |  Link
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I know this plugin, seems very interesting to me. But it still needs some AviSynth knowledge. I'm trying to find the simplest solution possible for my audio-video processing guides. I think it is BeLight, but many users are now confused with all the different BeLight versions that are around and they don't which one to pick.

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That will be great, thank you very much for your work.
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vlada - ffmpeg can do most of the functions you require. And if this is for beginners anyway, they probably won't notice a big difference in sound quality. I'd still use Aften for AC3, however.

ffmpeg for: aac, mp3, mp2, AVI support, wav

aften for: ac3

Maybe a command line normalizer/limiter and and a resampler like SSRC_HP

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Old 20th February 2007, 06:19   #1427  |  Link
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faac is quite old compared to Nero Digital and/or CT encoders and has much less features (no sbr, no ps tools...) than previous ones.

blacksword's vorbis tunings are so great too...
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Old 20th February 2007, 08:18   #1428  |  Link
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I have a 1.5 gig AVI where i want to extract the audio stream.

After installing the stable version of besweet, upgrading to 1.5b31 and installing belight,

with belight, i used the source file and chose to output to MP3

once i hit the start button, the dos prompt quickly opens and closes and nothing happens

any ideas of how to fix this problem?
i'd really appreciate it
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Old 20th February 2007, 09:06   #1429  |  Link
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Don't post in the sticky, and don't cross-post. >(

Er, does besweet even work with AVI files? Don't you have to use vdubmod/avimux gui to demux the audio first? Pretty sure you do, so you should try that first.
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Old 20th February 2007, 09:19   #1430  |  Link
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@foxyshadis: BeSweet supports AVI. But only Belight 0.21 supports them, not 0.22 betas.

@intelinside69: Please provide us your log file, noone can help you without it.
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Old 20th February 2007, 10:53   #1431  |  Link
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I have a 1.5 gig AVI where i want to extract the audio stream.

After installing the stable version of besweet, upgrading to 1.5b31 and installing belight,

with belight, i used the source file and chose to output to MP3

once i hit the start button, the dos prompt quickly opens and closes and nothing happens

any ideas of how to fix this problem?
i'd really appreciate it
While BeSweet can often work directly on an AVI file, sometimes it fails.
In that case, demux the audio (MP3 or whatever) and run BeSweet on that.

(Though as you want an MP3, quite likely you can just use the demuxed audio as-is.)

AVI2RAW is a simple command line demuxer, find it at
http://pbx.mine.nu/w21sa/mpeg4ip.html

and docs at http://karmak.org/archive/2003/05/encoding.html


To extract MP3 from file video.avi:
avi2raw -a video.avi video.mp3


Or many other ways.
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Old 20th February 2007, 19:01   #1432  |  Link
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worked perfectly, thanks!
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Old 27th February 2007, 21:52   #1433  |  Link
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just wondering

Is there a dll pack with the latest dlls for download to make it simpler or links to stuff or just a list of what is needed to run all kinds of encoding. I get a little lost searching for the stuff that gets it to work properly.

Great work otherwise!!!!
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Old 27th February 2007, 22:53   #1434  |  Link
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Is there a dll pack with the latest dlls for download to make it simpler or links to stuff or just a list of what is needed to run all kinds of encoding. I get a little lost searching for the stuff that gets it to work properly.
The installer package from ...here... contains most of the libraries you will ever need.

However, if you want to update some in the future or replace some of those you will have to do it manually (that's what I did once a couple of months ago). I haven't heard of any pack, which would be updated on regular basis. And you're right, one might get a bit lost.

Btw. Lame_enc.dll is 3.98 alpha11 - I would suggest using 3.97 final, but that's me.
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Old 28th February 2007, 04:58   #1435  |  Link
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thx

Yeah!

I figured that would be the case, not saying it doesn't work but could be cool if there where a list of what is the latest so one could find the right stuff for the latest version of belight.

Noticed that AAC+ High winamp encoding doesn't work on 5.1 should this be like this or is this a bug I have the latest bsn.dll and all the latest winamp dll except for the fact that winamp 5.33's dll of enc_aacplus.dll isn't supported other wise the latest I think.
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Old 28th February 2007, 07:25   #1436  |  Link
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Old 28th February 2007, 20:53   #1437  |  Link
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Noticed that AAC+ High winamp encoding doesn't work on 5.1 should this be like this or is this a bug I have the latest bsn.dll and all the latest winamp dll except for the fact that winamp 5.33's dll of enc_aacplus.dll isn't supported other wise the latest I think.
did you read previous posts ??? Doesn't seem to be the case.
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Old 1st March 2007, 00:46   #1438  |  Link
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have everything working now hehe thx
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Old 4th March 2007, 11:19   #1439  |  Link
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Well I might aswell do a list of where to find most of the files needed to transcode with belight.

- Belight: http://coreforge.org/projects/belight/ (the new page for belight downloads)

- Besweet link: http://dspguru.doom9.net/ (Download everything, doesn't hurt )

- Winamp AAC+: http://www.winamp.com/ (Download the full pack, remember using aac+ dlls from 5.33 one must use both the enc_aacplus.dll and nscrt.dll from the plugin directory in the winamp install directory)

- Needed Files for Encoding AAC+: http://mirror05.x264.nl/dimzon/ (download All the files, neccesary for encoding 5.1 aac+, great stuff!)

- Nero AAC: http://www.free-codecs.com/Nero_Burn...M_download.htm (Install Nero Burning Rom and copy the aac dll's found in the shared folder in the programs folder or search for Aac.dll, aacenc32.dll and aacplus.dll. I don't think you need registering.)

- Ogg Libvorbis: http://homepage3.nifty.com/blacksword/ (This page has sse enhanced ogg encoder dlls download the libvorbis.dll e.g libvorbis_dll_sse2_lancer20061110.zip, or if your cpu supports sse3 download that. If you don't know what your cpu supports download cpu-z from www.cpuid.com)

- Lame Mp3: http://www.rarewares.org/mp3.html (download either 3.97 or 3.98 in the bundled pack and extract enc_lame.dll to the belight folder, one can also find almost all the needed dlls from this site)

- Belight and stuff: http://kurtnoise.free.fr/BeLight/ (some things that helps belight to work, such as WA_aac-2.4.zip for Winamp AAC+ and bsn.zip and bsn_Aften_20060926.zip for AC3 encoding, remember to only copy the files from the release folder in these zipped files)

- Might be needed: http://www.rarewares.org/files/libmmd9.1.zip (just extract it in the belight folder)

- Flac Flake Encoder: http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...roup_id=177048 (A flake encoder that I got working, might be the wrong one but the ones I downloaded from http://win32builds.sourceforge.net/flake/index.html doesn't work, they are recognized by belight 0.22rc1 but does not encode)

- Aud-X: http://www.aud-x.com/ (In my oppinion not really neccesary if you know how to encode with aac+)

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Old 4th March 2007, 15:28   #1440  |  Link
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1/ There is already an installer with most libs and executables (except Nero Digital command line tool and Winamp library) in http://kurtnoise.free.fr/BeLight/
2/ Flake from my bundle works perfectly.
3/ No need to post anymore in this thread.
4/ belight != BeLight.


PS: if a moderator can close this thread, this could be great.
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