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Old 27th December 2006, 04:15   #21  |  Link
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I ran a test with a 23.97 source, normal profile + aac he+ps 32kbps and the encoding process itself went great. The problem was that the output was totally out of sync. The output fps was set with 23.976. Any ideas of what could've gone wrong?
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I ran a test with a 23.97 source, normal profile + aac he+ps 32kbps and the encoding process itself went great. The problem was that the output was totally out of sync. The output fps was set with 23.976. Any ideas of what could've gone wrong?
Was your source 48kHz?

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I cannot compile. Also, I think it's a great oportunity to drop old codecs
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Old 28th December 2006, 15:53   #24  |  Link
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new test release out

http://www.detritus.qc.ca/forum/view...php?pid=26#p26
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Yes, the source is 48KHz, and I was reading in your forums that BENCOS has trouble with those so don't mind ... I'll try the new build.
And sorry for the delay... For some reason it timed out every time I tried to post yesterday.
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last version didn't have the code for 44khz. I'll post a new one tomorrow.
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Old 29th December 2006, 17:42   #27  |  Link
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http://www.detritus.qc.ca/forum/view...php?pid=31#p31

should be good now
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When will be a first linux build ready?
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I need to mod it to be able to specify mencoder path. Then it should work. Sharktooth may have time to compile and play with it after the new year.
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another update, tries to fix the audio delay again...

download same place as usual
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When will be a first linux build ready?
Soon.
I'll try to make .deb and .rpm packages and maybe ebuilds... (at least i hope...)
In the meanwhile i committed the source type management code to the SVN.

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Made a build

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Old 2nd January 2007, 18:03   #33  |  Link
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New release.

- Settings / FPS
+ Getting FPS from mencoder's logs (inc IVTC fix)
+ Added 48 kbps option (audio)
* Tweaked Source type profiles
* Fixed some minor GUI glitches

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Didn't tried yet but

1/ Did you use the HE-AAC encoder with the pipeline function ?
2/ Why there are MediaInfo.exe *and* MediaInfo.dll in the same package ?
3/ Why faac.exe is still there ?
4/ Just by curiosity, the sources are available somewhere ?
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1. No, mplayer --> wav --> enhaacplusenc
2. GUI calls the EXE, which uses the DLL, to display the output
3. Oups
4. svn://svn.detritus.qc.ca/detritus/bencos
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ok...thanks.

For the 1/ :: I can patch the encoder if you want. I should have it somewhere coz I use it with mplayer & mkfifo directly...
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no temp file? could be cool

email me when you want to commit, so I make you an account.

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would that work on linux and windows?
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seems mkfifo is linux only
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Old 3rd January 2007, 10:22   #39  |  Link
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Hey, this BENCOS is interesting! I'm very curious about it.
I wanted to ask you some things:

About audio:
1- Why did you change nerodigital to aacplus again and if you are using latest version of it (aacplus 8.0.0 I think)? I was using RA Alpha 2 since now cause I don't like nero digital, since I saw its inferiority. aacplus got even better now, with this version. Plus, I don't know how that "enhAacPlusEnc.exe" works. Is it a substitute for Winamp's "enhAacPlusEnc.dll"? I was wondering about that cause I never saw that lib on RA folder, so if a new version is out I can't update. My doubt is where that exe came from and if it's not updated you could do that.

About video:
2- So you will use mencoder now. I would like to know if I could use ffdshow filters, like "levels", since I always have some very wrong levels inputs to deal with. I don't know how to use that properly, so I'm confused about changes. And I saw this on log: Selected video codec: [ffh264] vfm: ffmpeg (FFmpeg H.264), and couldn't find x264.exe on BENCOS folder. So is it using x264 vfw, is that? How can I know where is the encoder and how to update that?

Help me, Sir Sirber!!!

Btw, I've noticed you changed your avatar (obviously). It's just like me, but with the animes (very sad with naruto, very impressed with Luffy). Just saying
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seems mkfifo is linux only
Yep...doesn't work on Windows plateform.

Here is the HE-AAC encoder (sources included) with some tweakings:

Code:
Usage:
        enhAacPlusEnc.exe <wav_file> <bitstream_file> [options]
Options:
        --cbr <bitrate> - Set bitrate (CBR) to <bitrate> bps. Default is 64000
        --force-mono    - Force mono encoding for stereo material
        --disable-ps    - Disable Parametric Stereo encoding
        --no-progress   - Disable progress display
Example:
        enhAacPlusEnc.exe input.wav out.m4a --cbr 56000

WARNING: this encoder can read and encode RAW PCM data from stdin:
        use - as input filename
Use additional options:
        --samplerate <rate>     - Default is 48000
        --channel-count <cnt>   - Default is 2
        --bits-per-sample <bp>  - Default is 16
Example:
        enhAacPlusEnc.exe - out.m4a --cbr 56000 --samplerate 44100 --channel-count 1
Target bitrates have been also tweaked to go up to 72kbps...
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