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  • madmax
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Re: Lame 3.100 has been released
Reply #25
Here too, much faster: http://tmkk.undo.jp/lame/index_e.html

with this patch applied, i get an error when i try compile x86


./configure  --host=i686-w64-mingw32 --enable-shared --enable-static
and then "make -j2" leads to a
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gain_analysis.c: In Funktion »filterYule«:
gain_analysis.c:216:5: error: impossible constraint in 'asm'
     __asm__ __volatile__ (
     ^
  • Last Edit: 20 October, 2017, 01:20:47 PM by madmax

  • eahm
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Re: Lame 3.100 has been released
Reply #26
From the RareWares 64bit build:




  • john33
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Re: Lame 3.100 has been released
Reply #27
OK, thanks, I'll sort it out.
John
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  • eahm
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Re: Lame 3.100 has been released
Reply #28
john33, perfect thanks, let me know when and I'll test right away.

  • polemon
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Re: Lame 3.100 has been released
Reply #29
Do we have listening tests yet?

  • john33
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Re: Lame 3.100 has been released
Reply #30
Corrected compiles uploaded. 32 bit and 64 bit versions tested on system without the Intel libraries present and load and work fine. 'More haste, less speed' called for, methinks! ;)
John
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  • eahm
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Re: Lame 3.100 has been released
Reply #31
Very good and almost as fast as tmkk (~55x vs ~60x), will test more tomorrow.

I don’t know how he compiled, is there any reason we shouldn’t use tmkk?

  • Case
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Re: Lame 3.100 has been released
Reply #32
tmkk's binaries aren't just a different compile. They use replacement functions that are faster but also produce different results.