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Re: FLAC v1.3.3

Reply #2
Thanks NR  :D

Re: FLAC v1.3.3

Reply #3
In case anyone's wondering, this release does not contain any improvements in compression (or at least not at --best), so there's no utility in re-encoding your existing 1.3.x files.

I am, however, pleased that it should no longer spam my console output when I specify -f --no-error-on-compression-fail.


Re: FLAC v1.3.3

Reply #4
I did a VS 2017 compile done from the source of the official 1.3.3 Xiph release.
I don't do these things often atm. It would be nice someone can check it.
It should be a bit faster against a GCC version.
Is troll-adiposity coming from feederism?
With 24bit music you can listen to silence much louder!

Re: FLAC v1.3.3

Reply #5
I did a VS 2017 compile done from the source of the official 1.3.3 Xiph release.
I don't do these things often atm. It would be nice someone can check it.
It should be a bit faster against a GCC version.
Works OK on Windows 7 32 bit and core i3 3245. Indeed a bit faster than build from NetRanger - ~156x vs ~148x

Re: FLAC v1.3.3

Reply #6
Wombat's build is indeed a bit faster compared to NetRanger's build.
Same file encoded at level 8
Wombat's build: 174,91x
NetRanger's build: 156.85x

BTW, using x64

Re: FLAC v1.3.3

Reply #7
Thanks for testing how it works in w32 and x64!
This compile i only did because i see no sign of official 1.3.3 Windows binaries and some may also like these.
In no way i want to compete with Netranger and his nice effort to always deliver recent GIT builds. Cheers!
Is troll-adiposity coming from feederism?
With 24bit music you can listen to silence much louder!

Re: FLAC v1.3.3

Reply #8
Can I know what's the difference between NR binaries and those at Rarewarez? The latter seem be bigger.

Re: FLAC v1.3.3

Reply #9
Made with different compliers.  John33 use ICL for his compiles.

Re: FLAC v1.3.3

Reply #10
Is there going to be an official FLAC 1.3.3 version that gets released on the official site?



Re: FLAC v1.3.3

Reply #13
'erikd' haven't pushed it yet on Github.
https://github.com/xiph/flac/pull/119
Thanks for the info.
The compiled versions report as libFLAC 1.3.3 20190804 and one day later as libFLAC 1.3.4 20190805
I wonder why 1.3.4 didn't make it to any official xiph page yet?

https://github.com/xiph/flac/issues/111#issuecomment-521431000

Re: FLAC v1.3.3

Reply #14
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Verion 1.3.3 was borked because the version number in CMakeLists.txt did
not get updated.
So, Erik cares about typo in CMakeLists.txt, but he doesn't care about fact that offical site still hosts 32-bit binary of 1.3.2 for windows with bug (that was fixed in git more than 2 years ago) that prevents encoding  on 32-bit system if size of source PCM stream is larger than 4GB?

 
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