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Hey everybody, I’ve updated my CD ripper example with LAME MP3 encoding, OGG Vorbis encoding, and of course WAV writing. So, if you’re interested [url=http://members.aol.com/libertyed1986/cddaextracter.zip:252u06mk]click here[/url:252u06mk]

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[quote="Paranoid_Android":3cmkjxes]Ok, I’ve updated it with a settings dialog so you can switch between CBR, ABR, and VBR. And you can also change stereo mode. But I found that after writing a VBR header the mp3 will have a corrupted CRC checksum, I can’t figure out why.[/quote:3cmkjxes]

how do you found out the the CRC is corrupted? i tried the changes
posted by KarLKoX and haven’t noticed this prob so far?!

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yes, i think wma is the only one i’me really missing … thanks karlcox
for the sdk link … i will take a look at it if i can find a way to get it to
work with vb.

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I used a program called EncSpot Analyzer, which analyzes the LAME tags and header. It said that the CRC checksum was corrupted for all of the tracks that I ripped.

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I won’t be able to use it because the SDK is v9.0 only, which is not supported on my OS, the installer wont even install it for me without giving me an error dialog, apparently it supports only Win 98 SE and greater, and the machine I’m using has the original Windows 98. Oh well.

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[quote="Paranoid_Android":1jgki2cd]I used a program called EncSpot Analyzer, which analyzes the LAME tags and header. It said that the CRC checksum was corrupted for all of the tracks that I ripped.[/quote:1jgki2cd]

Ok, I tried EncSpot and the only strange thing I found out was that the file
has no Xing header … shouldn’t there be this header if VBR is used?

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Welcome to the SDK Update Site
The Microsoft® Platform Software Development Kit (SDK) contains the information you need to develop applications for Microsoft Windows®. This edition of the SDK supports development for the following platforms:
Windows Server 2003
Windows Advanced Server, Limited Edition
Windows XP
Windows XP 64-bit Edition
Windows 2000
Windows NT® versions 3.51 and 4.0
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[b:3votse1t]Windows 95 and Windows 98[/b:3votse1t]

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btw: does this occur after adding the settings dialog or do you also
tested it with the code posted above?

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Woops, found a bug and re-uploaded the zip.

EDIT: Found another major bug, everyone that downloaded it before should download it again, the old one will not work correctly.

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Not according to the executable, it wouldn’t let me install.

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It should have a XING header if you check the box in the settings dialog. I’ll check my code to make sure it actually writes the header. hehe.

EDIT: Just checked my code, and yeah, it wrote the XING header.

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Ok, I have WAV, MP3, and OGG support, and I thought I would add lossless audio encoding, so Monkeys Audio is now supported. All are on-the-fly. But my question is whether or not this format could even be played back with FMOD. I know FLAC is a format that will be in FMOD 4, but in the meantime is there any way to play them back with the current FMOD version?

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Not according to the executable, it wouldn’t let me install.

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where is my xing header :)

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I figured that, I’ll have to wrap the decoder functions. If anyone is interested in playing Monkeys Audio in VB than I am working on a vb wrapper, just converting the header files over from C++.

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KarLKoX, why is nVbrMethod not available in your LAME module?? Its commented out and when I uncomment it my app crashes.

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Ok, I’ve updated the example, now it’s possible to play CD tracks, not while you’re ripping them though. Purity, if you send me the FreeDB Code you used I’ll put it into mine, or just send me the edited zip or something.

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hello … i’ve added freeDB support to you ripper, so that you get the
real artists and titles … next step will be to also write ID tags to the
final file. There is one question: does the lame dll support all mp3
features like vbr, joint/forced stereo, mpegII, mpegII.5 and so on?
and if yes, is there a docu or something like that? same for the ogg
dll. i’m really interested in extending this sweet tool!

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Oups, i forgot to fix that, uncomment nVbrMethod, bStrictIso, nQuality and change this line :

btReserved(255 – 4 * 4 – 2) As Byte

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[quote="Paranoid_Android":1zohf7x7]Ok, I’ve updated the example, now it’s possible to play CD tracks, not while you’re ripping them though. Purity, if you send me the FreeDB Code you used I’ll put it into mine, or just send me the edited zip or something.[/quote:1zohf7x7]

you will get the code tomorrow … which email address do you prefer?
tomorrow i will also start to add lyrics tag support … which means that
it not only reads the freeDB infos but also downloads and stores the
lyrics of every song (if enabled)

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the LAME DLL supports Stereo, Mono, Joint Stereo and Dual Channel. Right now I have it preset to Joint Stereo, but I’m extending it every time I work on it so I’ll probably set up an options dialog to set all of the different lame settings. I’m not sure if it supports MPEG2, I know that there is a property that you can set the MPEG version, but I haven’t played with it to see if that actually encodes it to MPEG 2. It does support VBR but in my example I haven’t shown how to do it. If you want some ducumentation on LAME try [url=http://www.mp3dev.org/mp3/:2j5lvbab]here[/url:2j5lvbab].

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