Hey does anyone have a copy of the rar file (for either the executable and/or the source) that they could send me? I'm having trouble downloading it.Thanks
1.01 is out.Squashed a bug when the bit reservoir goes off the beginning of the file (thanks, psyllium!)The problem was that if, for some reason, the bit reservoir wanted more bytes than were actually in the buffer at any given time, the program would die. This only happens with corrupt mp3 files, but will happen quite a bit if the file was split with a naïve splitter that doesn't redistribute the bit reservoir data.I have no idea why it was happening on psyllium's files, but it'll just put up a warning that the first frame(s) may be garbage, instead of croaking.
Oops. It looks like I didn't quite squash that bug.
PS. Hosting issues should be more or less gone. I now host the files off a RAM drive instead of a CompactFlash card. Much faster
What kind of host is it? A diskless one?
Quote from: Gabriel on 28 May, 2006, 04:48:04 AMWhat kind of host is it? A diskless one?Yup. I built my always-on computer to be as quiet as possible. That means passive CPU cooling and no hard drives. The power supply fan is the only moving part in it. But fitting Windows XP on a 1GB CompactFlash card was not easy... Of course, I didn't realize the amazing slowness of CompactFlash (although I didn't buy the fastest one). The result is that something would time out while files were being read, making for lots of incomplete transfers.I just installed a trial to a RAM drive program, which I now have everything hosted off of. Of course, the demo will expire in 2 weeks, so I'll have to shell out $50 to get the full version. But it's mighty fast!
I just installed a trial to a RAM drive program, which I now have everything hosted off of. Of course, the demo will expire in 2 weeks, so I'll have to shell out $50 to get the full version. But it's mighty fast!
Omion, are you hosting your files on your machine because you want to, or because you have no choice?
Fatal error: exception Invalid_argument("Buffer.sub")
INFO: MPEG1 layer 3 20401 frames 44100 Hz 38.281250 frames per second 532.924082 seconds 12772182 bytes in file (191.729853 kbps) 12771026 bytes in MP3 frames (191.712500 kbps) = current bitrate 96286830 bits of payload data (180.676448 kbps) 12036754 bytes of payload data (180.689962 kbps) 7202 bits wasted from partially-full bytes (0.013514 kbps) 12771190 bytes of MP3 data (191.714962 kbps) = minimum bitrate possible -164 bytes of padding (-0.002462 kbps) 1156 bytes outside MP3 frames (0.017353 kbps) Bitrate distribution: 192: 20401,0 Largest frame uses 6864 bits = 858 bytes = 262.762500 kbps Smallest bitrate for CBR is 192
i've been playing with mp3packer 1.03 tool for a week without any problems till now. i've got one mp3 in my collection (CBR 192kbps) and every time i try to pack it with mp3packer i get following error in the middle of the process.QuoteFatal error: exception Invalid_argument("Buffer.sub")...isn't a negative value for padding a strange thing?ps. i can upload somewhere the mp3 file i'm talking about for debugging purpose if needed