Originally posted by Garf Does it work on non-x86 systems now?-- GCP
Originally posted by Sachankara Very cool... I've been waiting for this some time now... All that is missing now is a powerful tag support that can rename files on extraction in whatever way you want using the tag data...
Originally posted by jcoalson Not sure what you mean... FLAC has had solaris-sparc binary releases from the beginning and darwin-ppc since 1.0.1. It should build almost anywhere you'd expect it to. Somebody mentioned a problem on 64-bit Alpha's but someone else said it worked fine. Hell, it even runs on an ARM 10 in the PhatBox.
Originally posted by Garf Both Frank Klemm and Monty were complaining they couldn't get FLAC 1.0.2 to decode files on non-x86 systems.
Originally posted by jcoalson There's EasyTAG or Tag; hopefully they'll add support for Vorbis tags in FLAC.Josh
Originally posted by spoon Excellent Josh I shall update the dBpowerAMP codecs in the next few days.If I read the announcements correctly (ok haven't had chance download it yet <slap wrist>), what is the full story with tags - previously there were ID3v1 andv2, now the SDK defaults to Vorbis tags? does the SDK emigrate old tags to new tags?
Originally posted by rocketsauce Whenever I use the new version of the Winamp plugin to play a FLAC file I get a message saying:ERROR: invalid/missing FLAC metadataI then click OK and in the Winamp playlist window, instead of showing the file name, it shows:Invalid FLAC File: ""The file still plays. However, I don't get the error message if I use the previous version of the plugin.
Originally posted by madah With this new Flac 1.03 Winamp-plugin, I also get the same problems as rocketsauce & Speek did:ERROR: invalid/missing FLAC metadatathen the file shows as Invalid FLAC File: ""But the file plays fine and show correct length...Win2000 & Winamp 2.80
Originally posted by jcoalson I don't have win2k but I'll try some other boxen tonight and try and reproduce it.
Originally posted by Agent69 I have noticed that FLAC is available for my home operating system, a console only NetBSD box. But what I really need is a command-line program that can play FLAC files outright; something like a flac123.Does anyone know if anyone is working on such a beast?
Originally posted by jcoalson Winamp wasn't following it's own plugin spec...
Originally posted by zZzZzZz just for future reference: which part of plugin specs was it this time ? (yes, i know how much wa2 plugin specs suck better than anyone else)
void (*GetFileInfo)(char *file, char *title, int *length_in_ms); // if file == NULL, current playing is used
Originally posted by JohnV Hey Josh. Do you expect to gain any better compression in the near future?You thinking to add some better algorithms like better stereo decorrelation?According to Florin, it increased Monkey's compression quite a bit.http://www.monkeysaudio.com/cgi-bin/YaBB/Y...8125336&start=4