By the way, what was the reason for this new release?
There were recent library changes. Can't tell you why Roberto's compiles don't work, but you can try these ones: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/jfe1205/winam...aad_plugins.zip. They work fine here.
but reduces the storage requirement!
I think it decompresses itself into memory, which we all should have plenty of .
QuoteI think it decompresses itself into memory, which we all should have plenty of .Hmm... Strange... I remember reading on their homepage that the program decompressed itself to a temporary directory first, but I can't find any information about it anymore... :/
First, my apologies, the in_aac.dll was included in error, it should have been in_faad.dll of the same date. I have corrected that and uploaded the revised zip file. in_faad.dll was called in_aac.dll in a previous incarnation!!
Second, the reason the files are smaller is because I compress them using upx. On anything other than a very old processor, it makes no difference to execution speed, but reduces the storage requirement!
Well, is an AMD 5x86/133 MHz a very old processor? I didn't notice a difference in decoding speed when testing my resampled AAC files today (they are the only ones that can be played without stuttering, 44.1 kHz files are already too demanding for the CPU).