it seems that at sourceforge nothing is downloadable. anybody knows when it will be available?-erm
For some reason, I am unable to make oggFLAC files play, what going on
metaflac --add-replay-gain c:\*.flac
To john33: Winamp 2.x complains that it can't find libmmd.dll when using your in_flac.dll. Adding the ICL6/ICL7 dll's won't help. jcoalson's standard compile works though.
Also, what exactly are the test_XXX files for?
Put it in the winamp folder (not the plugins folder).
The XMMS FLAC plugin has 6dB Hard Limiting enabled by default, but for a lossless format this is probably not a good idea (see also the 6dB Hard Limiter thread of last week).
Are there any special logo/banner/button images available to use them to link to FLAC homepage.
I just downloaded the new version of flac and wanted to try out oggFLAC. For some reason, I am unable to make oggFLAC files play, what going on. Can someone please help me out here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I hoped that encoding with a cuesheet to a single file and loading it in winamp will let it split to several tracks according the cuesheet, but it doesn't seem to work too.
There is something wrong with the WA2 plugin.%artist% displays the last performer or the last composer. The artist is indended for a player with limited display capabilities - i.e. one line only. I often have several performers but only one artist. Thus the plugin displays wrong information.
ok, here it goes:http://x-fixer.narod.ru/tmp/in_flac.zipit was not extensively tested (especially on win9x). don't forget to send a bug report though, most likely I'll rewrite everything again, to make use of existing VorbisComment APIs
There is something wrong with the RH7 binaries. Same error was present in 1.0.4:When using --import-vc-from and --export-vc-to, metaflac replaces all international chars with #s. Tested on a standard Red Hat 7.3 and 8.0 system.When I compiled it myself, the problem went away.