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  • delusion_
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NEncode no longer working?
It was working for me, until last night, when I upgraded all the DLL's out of the latest version of Nero 6. I now get a general error when running it ("nencode.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close.") -- looking at the error signature, it shows ModName of "kernel32.dll", and has a full dump report, which is quite large.

Anyone else had this problem and know of a way to fix it, short of going back to older Nero DLLs? Is NEncode being actively developed any further? Thanks.

File Versions:

AAC.dll  2.5.9.5
AACEnc32.dll    2.6.2.0
AACMP32.dll    1.0.0.1
DefConvertor.dll  2.0.0.6
mfc71.dll  7.10.3077.0
msvcr71.dll  7.10.3052.4
NeroIPP.dll  1.0.0.3
wav.dll    2.0.0.7

Also, I purchased the Nero AAC encoder plugin for Nero 5.5 only a few months ago from the Ahead/Nero website; and now I can't even find a trace of it on their site! Is it being supported any longer? My understanding is that I just keep the same "NeroIPP.dll" (it's the license file?) and upgrade the other files using the latest Nero package, and that will keep my AAC encoder up to date?
  • Last Edit: 19 April, 2004, 02:35:09 PM by delusion_

  • krmathis
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NEncode no longer working?
Reply #1
You use an old NeroIPP.dll (1.0.0.3).
Latest Nero includes NeroIPP.dll 1.0.1.2

It might not change a thing, but worth a try! 


Solaris

  • rjamorim
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NEncode no longer working?
Reply #2
Why was this moved to Foobar 3rd party plugins? It makes no sense!

In case some Moderator doesn't know: nEncode is a command line tool to access the Nero AAC encoding DLLs directly.
Get up-to-date binaries of Lame, AAC, Vorbis and much more at RareWares:
http://www.rarewares.org

  • Jan S.
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NEncode no longer working?
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Why was this moved to Foobar 3rd party plugins? It makes no sense!

In case some Moderator doesn't know: nEncode is a command line tool to access the Nero AAC encoding DLLs directly.

That was my fault. I managed to confuse it with foo_nero.
Moved back.