Conversion failed: The encoder has terminated prematurely with code -1073741701 (0xC000007B); please re-check parameters
nu774, did you test qaac with Windows 8? I am having problems converting.
It works with the 32bit files inside the qaac ZIP, NOT with the 64bit.
Yes, eventually same AAC encoder of Apple is used, but that's all.These two are completely different programs written by different authors. For example, qaac doesn't use QuickTime at all.
qtaacenc is updated also but not so frequently. Disregarding the factor which engine is which of them using does qtaacenc offer some advantage over qaac?
Quote from: eahm on 25 October, 2012, 09:51:18 PMIt works with the 32bit files inside the qaac ZIP, NOT with the 64bit.Do you mean refalac64 still having problem?
I only use qaac. I used to copy qaac.exe from the x86 and all the other files from x64 but it doesn't work with Windows 8. It works now when I copy every file from x86.
QuickTime 7.7.3 was updated today releasing CoreAudio toolbox 220.127.116.11. I'm curious what was updated in this version?
This was a long standing bug, and I am somewhat surprised that no one has ever reported me of this.
Should I worry the tags with previous qaac versions was somehow broken?
Because people know less than they actually think they do. I consider myself expert in many things but this is all new to me. I come here every day and get screamed for something I am sure I am doing right or for something I say that means absolutely nothing. It's a release of stress to see that you actually don't know everything and of course I know I don't but sometimes when you do and manage a lot of things like I do you think you know everything. Thanks to the people of the forum for waking me up every single day.
Sorry, 2.04 fix was flawed. Re-fixed it.BTW, The problem on 2.00 was usually quite audible. If you are anxious about it, the apparent evidence of the bug is less number of samples compared to the original.