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  • Tom Servo
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FAAC stuff compiled in VS.NET?
Do you think the VS.NET C++ compiler produces better code than the VS6 one?

I did compile FAAC, IN_MP4 and IN_FAAD from Jan 25. It's Win32 code. If anyone interested tell me where to put it, so that Dolby can't fux0r me.

  • rjamorim
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FAAC stuff compiled in VS.NET?
Reply #1
You should compare which one is faster decoding and encoding AAC.

If VS.NET version is faster, I would really appreciate to host the binaries at my page, if you don't mind. (Btw: all files there are compiled with VC6, in case you want to do comparisions)

Regards;

Roberto.
Get up-to-date binaries of Lame, AAC, Vorbis and much more at RareWares:
http://www.rarewares.org

  • Tom Servo
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FAAC stuff compiled in VS.NET?
Reply #2
Dunno, on first thought I'd say the VS.NET compiler would spit out better code. Prob now is how to test VS6 vs VS.NET/VS7.

  • rjamorim
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FAAC stuff compiled in VS.NET?
Reply #3
Just use a chronometer. 

See how much time each build of FAAD takes to convert AAC -> WAV
And how much time each FAAC takes to  convert WAV -> AAC

A track of 5 minutes should be enough to notice any remarkable velocity increase.

Regards;

Roberto.
Get up-to-date binaries of Lame, AAC, Vorbis and much more at RareWares:
http://www.rarewares.org

  • Tom Servo
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FAAC stuff compiled in VS.NET?
Reply #4
Gonna test now.

Using that song "Fatboy Slim - Everybody needs a 303", it uses lotsa synthies, I think FAAC has lots to do. Also I'm using that cmdline:

faac -m 4 -o LTP -t -b 128000 303.wav 303.aac

Gonna reedit the post on results.

  • Trelane
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FAAC stuff compiled in VS.NET?
Reply #5
Anyone that doesn't download the 21 MB worth of runtime files won't be able to run it.