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Reply #425
You needed four minutes for 8 positive ABX in a "Very easily noticeable" test? :?
What's wrong, you methodology to test, or your description?

  • sauvage78
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Reply #426
Sorry, don't get your problem. I knew which artefact I was searching & I always found it, so for me it was easy.

As I said the bug is not included in the ABXing. Obviously you didn't read correctly.

Edit: In case it wasn't clear I will re-word it: I ABXed the 5 first seconds only (which is not transparent) & the bug itself is at second 10-13 so not ABXed (but it doesn't need ABXing anyway as it is huge)
  • Last Edit: 22 February, 2011, 06:44:08 PM by sauvage78
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Reply #427
Yeah, I heard it, sounds like water jug artifact that should not be there.

Odd, at -q0 it doesn't f*** up at all that I can hear.


edit: forgot to mention was using Rarewares generic compile, if it matters.
edit2: artifact bug reported starts happening at -q2 and above
  • Last Edit: 22 February, 2011, 06:55:53 PM by Destroid
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Reply #428
Hi there,

first things first: a very big Thank you to Aoyumi and John33 for all the good work!!!

Is there a chance that this bug concerning short_block_test_2 will be audible in "normal" music?

Regards, Clobon

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Reply #429
Bug report: incorrect encode of short_block_test_2.flac

(you can download it here - http://web.archive.org/web/20030618115117/...s/test_samples/ )

added: here it is (Attachment Link)

Thank you for a report.
I investigated it and found one mistake.

I will release the revision soon.

Aoyumi

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Reply #430
Thank you for a report.
I investigated it and found one mistake.

I will release the revision soon.

Aoyumi


I'm glad that it helped. And thanks for the new aoTuV.

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Reply #431
@Aoyumi

At first Aoyumi, thank you very match for your work again !!!!!

On topic: I have idea, It is not new and maybe a little bit premature but I propose to release final beta6 branch (e.g. beta 6.4 ... you know) as Aotuv Release2 (R2) with the purpose to reflect stability and fine changes from Release 1

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Reply #432
aoTuV Beta6.01 [beta6 >> beta6.01] (2011/02/23)
  # In the specific pattern, the bug that caused overflow was fixed.
Sorry for my English.

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Reply #433

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Reply #434
Hi all,

I released a revision.
Please replace the previous version with the new version.

Aoyumi

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Reply #435
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Reply #436
6.01 complies now available.
John
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Reply #437
Is it Oggenc 2.85 using aoTuVb 6.01 or Oggenc 2.87 using aoTuVb 6.01? Just wondering because of the version listed on the Rarewares.org page before I 7-Zip them up and archive them locally.

Link: http://www.rarewares.org/ogg-oggenc.php#oggenc-aotuv
Complexity of incoherent design.

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Reply #438

C:\>oggenc2.exe -h
OggEnc v2.87 (aoTuV Beta 6.01)
© 2000-2005 Michael Smith <msmith@xiph.org>
& portions by John Edwards <john.edwards33@ntlworld.com>

Usage: oggenc2 [options] input.wav [...]

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Reply #439
Is it Oggenc 2.85 using aoTuVb 6.01 or Oggenc 2.87 using aoTuVb 6.01? Just wondering because of the version listed on the Rarewares.org page before I 7-Zip them up and archive them locally.

Link: http://www.rarewares.org/ogg-oggenc.php#oggenc-aotuv

Sorry, I'll change that to 2.87.

Edit: Done.
  • Last Edit: 23 February, 2011, 01:29:16 PM by john33
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Reply #440
Thank you, Aoyumi.
Really great work.

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Reply #441
Congratulations and thank you very much
I used many trial issues since August of the last year without knowing this one.

 

  • the_cat
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Reply #442
what is the recommended preset for the current version

thank you all

  • capma
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Reply #443
I'm having trouble with john33's oggenc2 and encoding of 6 ch WAV file: bitrate is too low (average 151 kbps @ Q10), sounds awfully. Previous version (based on b5.7) encodes file properly.
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Reply #444
Can confirm the bug with venc.exe too. Vanilla vorbis 1.3.2 is ok.
Looks like bug in aotuv but not in John compilation.
  • Last Edit: 24 February, 2011, 04:45:23 PM by alter4

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Reply #445
@john33
Could you change your oggenc2's writing library in OGG COMMENT?

oggenc2(yours)
AO; aoTuV [20110223] (based on Xiph.Org's libVorbis)

venc
AO; aoTuV [20110223] (based on Xiph.Org's libVorbis)

I wanna diplay your oggenc2 for aotuv
like this
  • Last Edit: 25 February, 2011, 04:18:20 AM by Nowings69

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Reply #446
It's called "vendor string", both looks identical in your post, so what's your problem? john33 ain't gonna display oggenc2 version in vorbis's vendor string if that's what you're asking for. (I'm not sure I get what you want ...)
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Reply #447
it's called "vendor string", both looks identical in your post.

OH
Sorry,I didnt care here is not  for Foobar.
But I hope he understand what im saying

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Reply #448
Very interesting things, at my laptop all is ok (with venc and oggenc2) with converting 6ch-wav to 6ch-ogg, but the 6ch samples are different.  Maybe the problem is file specific.
I will additionally check the problem at home today night and attach a problematic sample if so.

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Reply #449
@john33
Could you change your oggenc2's writing library in OGG COMMENT?

oggenc2(yours)
AO; aoTuV [20110223] (based on Xiph.Org's libVorbis)

venc
AO; aoTuV [20110223] (based on Xiph.Org's libVorbis)

I wanna diplay your oggenc2 for aotuv
like this

Are you saying that you want the 'AO: ' removed from the front of the Vendor String? If so, I'm not sure that I should considering Aoyumi created the modified libraries and that is his chosen Vendor String. To change it might suggest that I am using a different version of the libraries.
John
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