Originally posted by Garf GCC 3.1 cannot compile the XMMS plugin correctly at an optimization level higher than -O1 (makes everything sound like udial)GCC 2.95.3 works fine-- GCP
Originally posted by CiTay ABX test, equipment: Hercules GTXP, AKG K-290 headphones, PCABX 1.7.5 (BTW it looks awful with Windows XP's "Luna" GUI, somebody should fix that).I used the "--radio" profile for all tests, to get usable results (--standard is already too good sometimes). Sample: "SmashingSample89.wav"mppenc 1.0, 139.8 kbps: 15/16. Cymbal in the right channel is overemphasized.mppenc 1.04, 138.4 kbps: 14/16. Same effect, slightly less distinct. I would even say that this sounds a bit better than 1.0.Sample: "dogwhistle.wav"mppenc 1.0, 129.7 kbps: 16/16. The whistle tone appears to be lower. Nervous chirping of the noise.mppenc 1.04, 123.4 kbps: 16/16. Same effect. Again it sounds a little more pleasant to my ears.I can't test longer in a row. Odd results, the opposite of what i expected. Of course these are only two samples, and the bitrate difference isn't immense. But so far i couldn't ask for more than maintaining the quality level of 1.0, and this seems to have worked.
Originally posted by Frank Klemm Test mppdec. Also publish config.h
Originally posted by Garf mppdec works. I didn't change config.h for the xmms plugin (I did for mppdec)-- GCP
Originally posted by jeffster The XMMS plugin 0.94 seems to be an empty archive, I get a 0 byte file, can anyone confirm this?
Originally posted by rjamorim Works fine here.Maybe your problem is that it's in bzip2 (bz2) format. Try right-clicking -> Save link as...
Originally posted by jeffster Hi Roberto,Nope that's not it, sorry I was actually referring to the binary at the bottom of the page (which is a zip file) not the source, but... if you can point out the steps required to compile it in linux I will give that a try. Thanks,Jeff
Originally posted by jeffster if you can point out the steps required to compile it in linux I will give that a try.
Originally posted by Dibrom Just download, tar -jxvf, make (no ./configure or anything), and then copy it to your xmms Input dir (mine's /usr/lib/xmms/Input), and it should work.
Originally posted by Frank Klemm I have permanent Quota problems. I hope the situation becomesbetter when I completely outsource the WinAMP plugin developmentto Case from Finnland. Thank You for your engagement!I don't have any hopes that the "offical" cites are usable forme until 2010 for that purpose.Also some webspace for listening examples were nice. CurrentlyI removed most of the stuff from my website.
Originally posted by Madrigal I have settled on the release version 1.0 of SV7, the 1.04 version of mppdec, the 0.84 version of ReplayGain, and Tag as my system of choice, and hereby withdraw from the ratrace in order to enjoy the music more.May sound crazy, but it works for me, especially since cutting-edge info appears to be headed in a more esoteric direction, and there is no way I would be invited onto Frank's mailing list.
Originally posted by CiTay I suggest you give mppenc 1.01j a try (more here).Also, i will post all relevant information from the list in the MPC section here. You won't miss anything important.