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Hello

when I try to compile some wav files in mp3 I’ve got this error :

ResvSizeInternal strange error flushing buffer …
Internal buffer inconsistency. flushbits <> ResvSizeError: MAX_HEADER_BUF too sm
all in bitstream.c
strange error flushing buffer …
Internal buffer inconsistency. flushbits <> ResvSizeInternal buffer inconsistenc
y. flushbits <> ResvSizeInternal buffer inconsistency. flushbits <> ResvSize

It’s not really a problem for me but it isn’t normal.
It’s seem it’s an error coming from an old "lame" version

Can you help me?

Thx

Quentin

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looks like a lame error. You are using the dll we shipped with fsbank right?

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yes I am

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ok you said ‘some wave files’ what is special about those wave files? If you think it is 100% reproducible with certain waves, you could give use a http link , or send them to us at support@fmod.org (or preferably ftp to http://ftp.fmod.org l:upload p:upload to avoid clogging our inbox).

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It is upload on your ftp in the folder "problematic_file"

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I have just tested the file you sent to us and haven’t been able to see the output you are reporting, it all works fine here.

One thing I can suggest is getting the latest version of FMOD off the website, do a clean install and make sure the lame_enc.dll is in the same directory as the project that is using fsbanklib. In the test I did, I had to copy the lame_enc.dll file from the tools directory into the fsbanklib directory (you may have a lame_enc.dll in a location in your PATH variable causing it to use the wrong lame version).

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It’s seems it isn’t the solution to my problem I’ve got your version and it tell me the error message ( in fact it’s just a warning so it isn’t a problem to work with it )

thank you for your help

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