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  • augi
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Cool Edit Pro 2.0 + Vorbis
Is there a way to make CoolEdit Pro 2.0 open/save  ogg vorbis audio files? I downloaded a filter from http://www.inf.ufpr.br/~rja00/files/cool_ogg.zip
but I can't understand what exactly it does (I still can't open vorbis files).
Any suggestions?

  • rjamorim
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Is there a way to make CoolEdit Pro 2.0 open/save  ogg vorbis audio files? I downloaded a filter from http://www.inf.ufpr.br/~rja00/files/cool_ogg.zip
but I can't understand what exactly it does (I still can't open vorbis files).
Any suggestions?

That filter works on my CoolEdit Pro 2

Go to File -> Open, Select "Ogg Vorbis (*.ogg)"  and load your vorbis file.

The process is similar when saving.
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  • k.m.krebs
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Reply #2
You did unzip the filter into your Cool Edit Pro 2.0 Directory?  If you did, then the above will work.
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  • Quin
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Cool Edit Pro 2.0 + Vorbis
Reply #3
Hi rjamorim

I just install Cool Edit Pro 2, extracted the filter (cool_ogg.flt) into Cool Edit's directory and upon starting Cool Edit I get this errors:

"This application has failed to start because libmmd.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem."

and after clicking OK

"Error 126 Loading FLT File cool_ogg.flt"

Can you please help.
Thanks

  • rjamorim
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"This application has failed to start because libmmd.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem."

Damn ICL6!

libmmd.dll is a library required with some compiles.

You can get it here:
http://mitglied.lycos.de/darkav/svcdguide/svcd.html

(Hope DA doesn't mind that I link to his site... :-) )
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  • Quin
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Reply #5
Many thanks

By the way I had this file on my machine as I'm using HeadAC3e for my DVD movie soundtrack.

Thanks
Quin

  • augi
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Cool Edit Pro 2.0 + Vorbis
Reply #6
I have copied the .flt file to cooledit pro 2.0 directory, I have copied also libmmd.dll, cooledit opens without errors, but in  the open file menu, there is no filetypr "Ogg vorbis (*.ogg) " and when I try to open one, it sees it as raw or unsupported format...

  • augi
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Cool Edit Pro 2.0 + Vorbis
Reply #7
It now works ok! I had to delete wma2.flt and then coole edit "saw" ogg files. I recopied the wma2.flt and ogg is still "visible". What can I say...

  • rjamorim
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It now works ok! I had to delete wma2.flt and then coole edit "saw" ogg files. I recopied the wma2.flt and ogg is still "visible". What can I say...

Weird behaviour...

On a related note: WMA IST DEATH even with CoolEdit filters...

(Come to think of it... must be a Microsoft plot against Vorbis!!!  )
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  • ssamadhi97
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Weird behaviour...

not at all, if CEP2 does behave like CEP1.2 - as far as i can tell it builds a filter index (flt.dat) and only re-scans the folder for new file filters if either flt.dat is deleted or one of the indexed filters is missing.
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