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?
- qch asked 10 years ago
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).
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 firstname.lastname@example.org (or preferably ftp to http://ftp.fmod.org l:upload p:upload to avoid clogging our inbox).
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