should be a few days/weeks before the debian devs wake up
new hardware-friendly "high" mode compresses almost as well as old "high" mode but decodes significantly faster (works better on Rockboxed iPods)
Quote from: xmixahlx on 10 December, 2006, 10:17:42 PMshould be a few days/weeks before the debian devs wake up Perhaps them, but not ours: https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+sourc...4.40.0-0ubuntu1
Ha! So you're one of the Ubuntu devs, eh?
Quote from: pepoluan on 11 December, 2006, 11:15:54 AMHa! So you're one of the Ubuntu devs, eh? , no. Just a silly remark. It happens rarely that stuff appears in Ubuntu earlier than Debian.
Thanks!I grabbed it and used it to encode a few CDs. They sound great of course.How much extra compression in lossless mode does -hh give you over the default lossless parameters on average?
Fantstic! Thank you very much!Could you share what you're going to concetrate on for the next update please?I mean, clearly after the holidays at least !
RE: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st&p=451360The Winamp plugin is now 196 KB uncompressed, does it mean MSVCR80.DLL/VC 2005 Runtimes are no longer necessary please?
RE: http://www.wavpack.com/wavpack_doc.htmlWavPack consists of two complimentary executable programs, WavPack and WvUnpack.I prolly mean complementary, tho they're surely complimentary too ...
I'm relatively new to WavPack...Thus far it's worked flawlessly for me. I've been making lossless images of all my discs using v4.31... a few hundred of them actually. Would there be any reason to transcode to the new version? From what I understand... if I use the -hh switch instead of -h, things will be the same... is that correct?
How much extra compression in lossless mode does -hh give you over the default lossless parameters on average?