RegSvr32 LoadLibrary("C:\WINNT\system32\dsfTAKSource.dll") failed - The specified module could not be found.
The problem with Audition filters (FLT) and Nero filters is licensing policy: so far I have not had time to read thier licences and I do not know whether I can put such filters online.Can someone help me about this?
The problem here is that tac_deco_lib does not accept UNICODE filenames.
I wrote a DirectShow filter for TAK, called dsfTAKSource. ...This filter should allow any directshow player to open, decode and play .tak audio files.
Some unicode characters does not have any MB equivalent (this is a reason unicode exists!), so conversion is sometimes impossible.
char fileName [MAX_PATH];const wchar_t wFilename = L"C:\\TestFile_\x0107.tak"; // N.B.: \x0171 is 'ć'WideCharToMultiByte(CP_UTF8, 0, wFilename, -1, fileName, MAX_PATH, 0, 0);
Run 32-bit command line and type Install.bat there.
As lvqcl already said, it should work running install.bat from a 32bit command line.
About your second question I am not shure to fully understand, but the problem may be related to dsfTAKSource actually not supporting tagging
Thanks for signaling.Now ver 0.0.1.5 is online, fixing that bug.You can download dsfTAKSource ver 0.0.1.5 here: http://www.liviocavallo.altervista.org/ Sample rates > 44.1 KHz now work correctly for me.Please, can you confirm that?Sorry for that, it was a simple, polite and bad cast... Just to remember again: avoid casts...