[quote="KarLKoX":1ea7b5o2]Ok, i ve fixed them, check [url=http://starnetasso.free.fr/Upload/VB-IdTagv2.rar:1ea7b5o2]this[/url:1ea7b5o2] small app and let me know if it works for you
It is 100 % accurate for me, at least with winamp :D[/quote:1ea7b5o2]
Hello KarLKox … thanks for your sample code. It’s working now
perfectly! but why just removing the check? wouldn’t it be better
to do it like in this example: http://mitglied.lycos.de/liz777/testInfo.zip
i also tried to add the mp3 header information but unfortunatelly my
code isn’t the best as it is missing “header found at, mode, privat,
padding and frames) do you have examples on how to add these
missing fields? or have you an all in all better module for that as i
seems to have some problems with several files where the bitrate
isn’t recognized correctly (although it supports vbr?!) thanks again
and cu (perhaps i should finally register an account here …
[quote="Paranoid_Android":1wlpojl4]hmmm, well, it looks like I can’t use lame_enc.dll in VB without a DLL wrapper! Does anybody have a wrapper for the LAME encoder?[/quote:1wlpojl4]
Yes, i ve heavily modified lame/vorbis dll to get them working with VB, i ve started a simple encoder but i switched to PureBasic, so if you want, i can link you this unfinished “project”. But be warned : the code is really not optimised or well coded … but it works
I can’t download your zip file
Btw, this module was written a long time ago, just to understand how to read idtag2, i added writing and reading/writing idtag 1 as an extra, the code wasn’t meant to be used as a well coded example, though i think there are some ways the code could be optimised
I ve some code reading the mp3 header wich can be found [url=http://starnetasso.free.fr/Upload/IdTags-PB.rar:yoeq5ew5]here[/url:yoeq5ew5]. It is written in PureBasic but it could easily converted to VB. The reader is very accurate (adapted from Foobar2000/MpgLib), read vbr, read some corrupted mp3 …
Some notes :
- << = vbShiftLeft
- >> = vbShiftRight
- Put a mp3 renamed to “test.mp3”
- mmhhh nothing else 😆
I’ve replaced all lame_enc.dll’s in my computer with the one in your example so it couldn’t be that I have another lame_enc.dll in my path. Even your example is giving me the “Bad dll calling convention” error. Maybe you are using a different dll than the on in the rar archive, check to make sure the dll included in the archive is the correct one.
[quote="KarLKoX":3gzpj9dl]I can’t download your zip file
Btw, this module was written a long time ago, …[/quote:3gzpj9dl]
ah yes, thanks … thats way better!
PS: i also found something very interesting … but its not open source
try to search the net for audioGenie … it’s an ocx which reads/writes
a lot of tag and reads a hell lot of file infos of audio files …
(Good for comparison of own code functions…)
- Purity answered 14 years ago
[quote="/Chris":1ecvnpx0]I’ve translated the VB module to Delphi and made a working Lame sample.
It’s using a DSP-callback
Download it [url]http://home.tiscali.nl/tanaskoski/MP3Delphi.zip]Here[/url][/url][/quote:1ecvnpx0]
The right link: [url:1ecvnpx0]http://home.tiscali.nl/tanaskoski/MP3Delphi.zip[/url:1ecvnpx0]
- Chris answered 14 years ago
Ok, I’ve looked at your example and wrote a DSP callback, but what I’m having trouble with is writing to a file. Whenever I write to a file it opens it, writes a chunk of data, and then closes it. But then when I open it again to write another chunk of data it erases all the data that was there before. So, I’m having trouble writing to a file inside a DSP callback, because unlike your example I’m not dealing with a sample, but with a stream, so I can’t use Lock and Unlock etc. to access the pcm data. Is there a way in VB to write to the end of the file instead of writing over all other data?
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