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Old 28th January 2008, 01:41   #661  |  Link
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tebasuna,
When you have a minute. I moved my last build to the Planned stage. If you can check it out and then decide if you want to make it a release so when shon3i is ready the new package can include it. Thanks much.
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Old 28th January 2008, 13:27   #662  |  Link
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I wait until AviSynthWrapper and enc_aacplus are modified to do a new release. Thanks.
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Old 29th January 2008, 20:46   #663  |  Link
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What happened to BePipe?
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Old 1st February 2008, 13:54   #664  |  Link
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@Dimzon
I know you are busy, I try to do the job I can:
- There are a new AviSynthWrapper release (init_2 and strncpy_s), BeHappy work like with the old_one (only 16 bit output) then don't be used yet until the mod to call init_2 (I'm over this).

But we need you about the enc_aacplus project and, maybe, with Bepipe project:
- The last bepipe binary have little bugs and can be improved but the sources in old GotDotNet are from a pre-alpha build (.NET v1.1). Do you have the last sources?
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Old 1st February 2008, 15:35   #665  |  Link
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I know you are busy, I try to do the job I can:
- There are a new AviSynthWrapper release (init_2 and strncpy_s), BeHappy work like with the old_one (only 16 bit output) then don't be used yet until the mod to call init_2 (I'm over this).
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But we need you about the enc_aacplus project
It's easy, I will create it @ CodePlex and make You coordinator
http://www.codeplex.com/aacPlusCLI


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The last bepipe binary have little bugs and can be improved but the sources in old GotDotNet are from a pre-alpha build (.NET v1.1). Do you have the last sources?
No. Actually BePipe was very easy application, it's possible to recreate it by striping down BeHappy Does anybody really need BePipe?

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Old 5th February 2008, 18:10   #666  |  Link
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Well, I hope all sources and binaries needed for BeHappy can be obtained from:

BeHappy - Home

AvisynthWrapper - Home
aacPlusCLI - Home

Shon3i and Alwa, like recent collaborators, are explicitly invited to work like developers but any suggestion are welcome.

@Chumbo, your mod are included (read my message in your Planned build)

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Old 5th February 2008, 19:44   #667  |  Link
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Well, I hope all sources and binaries needed for BeHappy can be obtained from:

BeHappy - Home

AvisynthWrapper - Home
aacPlusCLI - Home

Shon3i and Alwa, like recent collaborators, are explicitly invited to work like developers but any suggestion are welcome.

@Chumbo, your mod are included (read my message in your Planned build)
Yep, no problem.
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Old 6th February 2008, 17:46   #668  |  Link
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Add me, name is alwa. Thanks.
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Old 6th February 2008, 20:10   #669  |  Link
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Add me, name is alwa. Thanks.
Me to, as shon3i

@tebasuna51, did you compile last enc_aacplus?

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Old 6th February 2008, 20:49   #670  |  Link
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Add me, name is alwa. Thanks.
Done

@shon3i, first you must register your name in CodePlex.

And yes, I make a compile from the actual source (many warnings about deprecated functions but seems work). There are any problem?
I'm not a expert C programmer and I need your help.
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No. Actually BePipe was very easy application, it's possible to recreate it by striping down BeHappy Does anybody really need BePipe?
Actually, I still use Bepipe...(Probably the only one). Although I did made a couple of minor, local mods to the code which I can't seem to remember right now. Works good for my needs.

Dimzon, Glad to have your back!
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The last bepipe binary have little bugs and can be improved but the sources in old GotDotNet are from a pre-alpha build (.NET v1.1). Do you have the last sources?
@tebasuna51

I have the original code from November 2005 if you are interested. (Probably the same as your).
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I have the original code from November 2005 if you are interested. (Probably the same as your).
Yes from 2005-11-25, but I think is not the last.

Bepipe is useful for command line usage and I see some GUI's than use Bepipe also. BTW we can use also Wavi and SoundOut for avs script's.
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Has anyone had success using the TTA encoder with BeHappy/Bepipe. http://tta.sourceforge.net/

I can't seem to get the pipe to work. I can get it to encode correctly using the command line with a wav file but not with the pipe.

Thanks.
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Update:

Found a working patched version here http://etree.org/shnutils/shntool/

Seems to work OK with BeHappy.
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Found a working patched version here http://etree.org/shnutils/shntool/

Seems to work OK with BeHappy.
Yep, with this version and a ttaenc.extension file like:
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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<BeHappy.Extension xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="http://workspaces.gotdotnet.com/behappy">
	<AudioEncoder Name="TTAenc 3.4.1" UniqueID="e482a270-dc16-11dc-95ff-0800200c9a66">
		<ExecutableFileName>ttaenc.exe</ExecutableFileName>
		<Script>32==Audiobits(last)?ConvertAudioTo24bit(last):last</Script>
		<ExecutableArguments>-e -o "{0}" -</ExecutableArguments>
		<SupportedFileExtension>tta</SupportedFileExtension>
	</AudioEncoder>
</BeHappy.Extension>
we can support output lossless tta files.
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Old 16th February 2008, 22:07   #677  |  Link
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@tebasuna51,

Thanks for the extension... saved me the work!
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Old 16th April 2008, 02:16   #678  |  Link
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New BeHappy 0.1.9.50201 release, include:

- NicAudio v2.0.1
- BassAudio for Bass 2.4 libraries. Now seems work with multichannel aac and others formats.
- enc_aacPlus
- TTA support and other minor changes.
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BassAudio seems to make incorrect channel mapping, when I decode .ac3 to mono .wavs. I have just got FL, but it is central channel; BR, but it is LFE....and so on
NicAudio make it correctly...
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BassAudio seems to make incorrect channel mapping, when I decode .ac3 to mono .wavs. I have just got FL, but it is central channel; BR, but it is LFE....and so on
NicAudio make it correctly...
You are right, like you can read in the plugins/readme.txt I don't recommend bass_ac3 for ac3 decode because there are problems with channelmapping for some acmod-lfeon options.

Always use NicAudio v2 (with this acmod-lfeon options revised) for ac3, dts, mpeg, lpcm and other uncompresed formats.

For aac, ogg, wma, flac, and others you can use BassAudio.
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