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Old 6th January 2005, 01:56   #61  |  Link
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A little bit of progress

kassandro

I have managed to get it working from the command line with ogg2wav source.avs, unfortunately i get this wonderful message

Frame Buffer was too small for AVIStreamRead.

Then it resorts to creating a nice juicy wav for me, which brings great misery and tears of sadness (drama ack drama) at the end of the day i end up with a big wav and no ogg file what to do?

Also I have however been unable to get it to work via a right click when i try that then i get no action at all and those are the results i posted previously

By the way i am using xp with pack 2
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Old 6th January 2005, 16:51   #62  |  Link
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Re: A little bit of progress

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kassandro

I have managed to get it working from the command line with ogg2wav source.avs, unfortunately i get this wonderful message

Frame Buffer was too small for AVIStreamRead.

Then it resorts to creating a nice juicy wav for me, which brings great misery and tears of sadness (drama ack drama) at the end of the day i end up with a big wav and no ogg file what to do?

Also I have however been unable to get it to work via a right click when i try that then i get no action at all and those are the results i posted previously

By the way i am using xp with pack 2
You probably have a too old version of avs2wav. The version I use can be downloaded from here.
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Old 7th January 2005, 00:39   #63  |  Link
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Yes sir you are correct looks like i was using an old version. I downloaded so many versions i guess i ended up confusing myself. Thanks for the assist, i finally got it working now

Only thing is i cant figure out how you pulled off the nifty trick of being able to do it with a right click. I have it setup in xp as an option to open avs files with the bat but i get no love. Any suggestions there?

Thanks again for your help!
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Old 4th January 2006, 06:10   #64  |  Link
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You probably have a too old version of avs2wav. The version I use can be downloaded from here.
@kassandro: I just noticed a problem with avs2wav. When I use the following command I get a pop at the end of the clip:

avs2wav filter.avs - | faac -o audio.mp4 -

But if I use a 2-step process with an intermediate WAV file I do not get the pop:

avs2wav filter.avs audio.wav
faac -o audio.mp4 audio.wav

Is it possible some extraneous data is getting passed through standard input that doesn't belong in the output file?
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Old 5th January 2007, 12:40   #65  |  Link
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avs2wav don't work for me.
I test avs2wav.rar, from kassandro's post, who say me:
"Don't found MSVCP70.dll"
After search and put MSVCP70.dll I get:
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avs2wav v1.0 by Jory Stone <jcsston@toughguy.net>
        Input: d:\Programa\Audio\0\Audio.avs
        Output: -
Scanning for Audio Stream...
Found Audio Stream
        Using stdout for WAV Output

Writing WAV Headers...
Scanning...
And I am still waiting the end.
Using Ctrl-C to stop the program I have a file with the correct DataLength expected but without data.

I found avs2wav-v1.1.zip, this version say me:
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avs2wav v1.1 by Jory Stone <jcsston@toughguy.net>, stdout patch by kassandro
        Input: d:\Programa\Audio\0\Audio.avs
        Output: -
Scanning for Audio Stream...
Found Audio Stream
        Using stdout for WAV Output

Writing WAV Headers...
Gaining with a factor of 1.0000 ...
Took 0.00 seconds for the writing pass
And end, but the output file is always empty: a wav header with 0 data and DataLength = 0.

Bepipe works without problems for me.
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Old 5th January 2007, 13:39   #66  |  Link
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same problem than tebasuna51 for me
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Old 5th January 2007, 13:50   #67  |  Link
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I downloaded AVS2WAV from http://home.pages.at/kassandro/avs2wav.rar and then I downloaded msvcr70.dll and MSVCP70.DLL libraries. And I created AC3 without any problems using following command
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avs2wav.exe "input.avs" - | aften.exe -b 224 -s 1 -m 1 -w 45 -dnorm 27 - "output.ac3"
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Look for sh0dan's new SoundOut plugin - a cool replacement for the hit and miss avs2wav.exe and the .net reliant Bepipe.exe

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=120025
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Old 5th January 2007, 14:16   #69  |  Link
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I downloaded AVS2WAV from http://home.pages.at/kassandro/avs2wav.rar and then I downloaded msvcr70.dll and MSVCP70.DLL libraries. And I created AC3 without any problems using following command
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avs2wav.exe "input.avs" - | aften.exe -b 224 -s 1 -m 1 -w 45 -dnorm 27 - "output.ac3"
Downloaded also msvcr70.dll and using kassandro/avs2wav.rar (v1.0) the process never end, using v1.1 empty output.

@Pookie, I also wait the sh0dan's new SoundOut plugin.
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Old 21st May 2011, 11:12   #70  |  Link
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Sorry for digging out an old thread, but I recently made a stripped-down and clean-up version of avs2wav, which can be found here:
http://code.google.com/p/mulder/sour...2wav%2Favs2wav

It now also supports Unicode filenames. Well, at least in theory. For some reason AVIFileOpenW() will succeed with Unicode file names (even if the file does not exist), but will then fail to find any streams (even if the file does exist). At least this was my experience on Windows 7. Nonetheless Unicode names for the output Wave are no problem...

BTW: I also had a look at the "native" Avisynth API, which I would prefer over the VFW interface, but it seems there is no Unicode support at all. Or does it handle UTF-8 strings?


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2011-05-22: Now using GetShortPathName() internally, which should solve the problem with Unicode file names most of the time.
2011-05-24: Now the application throws a warning, if the Wave file could not be finalized correctly or if the final size exceeds the 4 GB limit.
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I also had a look at the "native" Avisynth API, which I would prefer over the VFW interface, but it seems there is no Unicode support at all. Or does it handle UTF-8 strings?
See the thread (ongoing over the last 5 years, and still not fully resolved)
Foreign Language characters in filenames
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