just want to say thanks to Aoyumi for all your hard work and report a bug in your(and almost every other ogg encoder I have found) with LONG audio file conversion.on files 6+hours long the encoder just errors out (not sure where the cut off is, 3hrs is fine, 6 errors), the only vorbis encoder I have found that dosnt have this issue no matter the file length/size is Spoon's encoder (dbpoweramp).
Aoyumi, is your patch available somewhere so I can patch my libvorbis 1.3.1 in Linux with it?
Quote from: Nikaki on 21 July, 2010, 12:46:10 AMAoyumi, is your patch available somewhere so I can patch my libvorbis 1.3.1 in Linux with it?There is not the patch for the moment. If you use Wine on Linux, you can use the test version.
Anyway, it would be nice if you could post your patch, not just the binary. Please don't forget that you are required to do this in the first place because of the libvorbis license terms.
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libvorbis is used by other software I use: Native Linux software. Wine doesn't help. Wine only runs Windows programs.
Anyway, it would be nice if you could post your patch, not just the binary. Please don't forget that you are required (I think) to do this in the first place because of the libvorbis license terms.
I wasn't sure about the license. I assumed Vorbis was open source, which means we need to have the source. At least I'm sure it was open source in the past at some point. But I guess other people know this stuff better than me.Anyway, it's sad that you don't provide the patch for this That way you only support Windows users and windows programs, which I don't use. Why not provide the patch? You provide the binary, so why not the patch? It would help many people. I'm still stuck to libvorbis 1.2.1, which has been dropped by my Linux distribution because it has security issues, and also it makes using some new versions of various programs impossible because they only work with new versions of libvorbis.Please, consider providing a patch so that we can use new libvorbis + aotuv.
so why not the patch?
We don't need the source code because we want to look at it We only need it so we can compile it. It doesn't matter if the source is pretty or not.
@AshenTechI'm not rude. I only wanted to use this with non-Windows operating systems. One has to be pretty emo to be offended by anything I said, since it was not rude by any stretch of the imagination.
Quote from: Nikaki on 24 July, 2010, 09:02:10 AMWe don't need the source code because we want to look at it We only need it so we can compile it. It doesn't matter if the source is pretty or not.Well, you wont get the source code, no matter how much you whine
you can always use the previous version.
Hello, I found that vorbis 1.3.1 for q4 or more has better stereo separation (or stereo fidelity) than the aotuv b5.7.I look in the source of 1.3.1 and they put a lot of rewrite code in psy.c please consider take attention in stereo sound stage and intensity of the music in your tunnings, they do a very good job in the harshness of some songs IMHO
I can say nothing as far as there is not the sample.But the stereo processing is changed with the existing test version.
K:\>venc -q2 www.wav www.oggaoTuV Post Beta 5.7 - OggVorbis Encoder (c) 2003-2010 AoyumiOutput file : "www.ogg"Stream info.: 2ch/44.1kHz/16bit(int) -> 2ch/44.1kHz/32bit(float)Quality 2 (nominal bitrate : 96kbps)Processing...Done. [Report of the encoded file] play time : 245.533 sec. encode time : 11.692 sec. (x21.000) stream bitrate : 107.34 kbps bit reduction : 1 / 13.1
AlexDDR, It will be helpful if you will upload up to 30 seconds (allowed limit) of mentioned sample somewhere. It could be Upload section or somewhere else like rapidshare.The words has a little meaning without sample.Also, read the rules. Especially N8.
I released the new test version. (for tester)CHANGES (from post-beta5.7 )* The one of the issue of noise to rarely occur at the low bit rate (eg -q-2) was improved.* New dynamic stereo processing is added.If you found the problem that is peculiar to this version, please inform me.