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Old 14th December 2015, 04:33   #1321  |  Link
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Portable build please
http://lamexp.sourceforge.net/doc/FAQ.html#9fd53558

Is it really this hard to rename the LameXP executable?


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Old 14th December 2015, 21:40   #1322  |  Link
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Portable build please
Here we go:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/lame...2.zip/download
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Old 18th December 2015, 15:17   #1323  |  Link
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http://lamexp.sourceforge.net/doc/FAQ.html#9fd53558

Is it really this hard to rename the LameXP executable?

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I didn't know that.

edit: Actually it's not that simple it seems. The portable version LM posted has very different file size.

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Actually it's not that simple it seems. The portable version LM posted has very different file size.
...probably because I built and packaged that one "manually", while the standard builds are created with my automated deployment script. So it's quite possible that some settings (e.g. EXE compressor) didn't match 100%.

Another reason for different file size is that the compiler/linker could have "optimized out" the function that checks for "portable mode" at runtime, as it now doesn't get called at all. That would only be a few bytes though.

And, of course, the size of a compressed file will always differ to some extent, even if you change the input file only very slightly. It's like rolling the dice again...
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Old 20th December 2015, 18:33   #1325  |  Link
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Oh ok. So next time I should just download the normal package and simply rename the exe?
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Oh ok. So next time I should just download the normal package and simply rename the exe?
Effect would be the same, yes
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As depicted by the christmas tree on the encode process of 2014's LameXP, it seems you have trackback access to LameXP, so I blocked it with a firewall.
Just wanted to let people know that this program has access to internet, fishy to say the least (no info on this nonconsent action is elaborated on FAQ).
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As depicted by the christmas tree on the encode process of 2014's LameXP, it seems you have trackback access to LameXP, so I blocked it with a firewall.
Just wanted to let people know that this program has access to internet, fishy to say the least (no info on this nonconsent action is elaborated on FAQ).
I have no idea what you want to tell us with "this program has access to internet" or how this could be related to showing a "christmas tree on the encode process"

And I even have less of an idea what you think you "blocked with a firewall", because the only Internet/network communication LameXP will ever do is for checking for updates. If you don't want that, just don't make it check for updates...
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I have no idea what you want to tell us with "this program has access to internet" or how this could be related to "christmas tree on the encode process"

And I have even have less of an idea what you think you "blocked with a firewall", because the only Internet/network communication LameXP will ever do is for checking for updates. If you don't want that, just don't check for updates...
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FYI, original here (link).
So what? How is posting these seemingly random screenshots related to your previous, equally confusing, post?

(Yes, there is a christmas tree icon in the upper left corner. So far, so obvious. But that's neither a new "feature", nor a particularly interesting one. What's the relevance of pointing this out?)
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What, you wrote a piece of code to show a Christmas tree every 25th of December? for real? Is that another of your hidden easter eggs?
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Please give it a rest Dogway!
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sox temp folder didn't change with lamexp temp folder, and if I had low space in c:\ lamexp will encode 12 kb file with ogg and normalization

unless I did it in cmd and put --temp "E:\temp" in sox
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sox temp folder didn't change with lamexp temp folder, and if I had low space in c:\ lamexp will encode 12 kb file with ogg and normalization

unless I did it in cmd and put --temp "E:\temp" in sox
Okay, I was able to observe this behavior with ProcessMonitor. And I think I know why that happens.

LameXP does explicitly set the "working" directory for the SoX process, to the user-selected TEMP directory. However, the function that actually launches the process was overriding the "working" directory to where the EXE file resides

Try with this TEST build please:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/lame...4.exe/download
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I get an error when i tried to convert. dts audio file to. aac. What should i do?

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I get an error when i tried to convert. dts audio file to. aac. What should i do?

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You already sent me this exact same screenshot via PM. See my reply. Please don't double-post. Thanks!
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I've been doing some tests using the DCA encoder (dcaenc-2) and have noticed that when I play the multi-channel encodes using my Oppo and LG television (and pass the bit-stream to my surround sound amplifier) the audio sounds distorted.

I can confirm that the 768Kbps dts encode sounds much less distorted than the 1536Kbps dts encode.

The strange thing is, the same encodes sound fine when played using MPC-BE with LAV!

Any ideas what might be causing this?
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LameXP v4.14 Alpha 2

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Changes between v4.13 and v4.14 [unreleased]:
* Fixed the location of temporary intermediate files for SoX-based audio effects
* Enabled the "built-in" resampler for QAAC encoder
* Updated MediaInfo to v0.7.82 (2016-01-27), compiled with ICL 15.0 and MSVC 12.0
* Updated QAAC add-in to the to QAAC v2.58 (2016-01-05)
* Updated ALAC decoder to refalac v1.58 (2016-01-05)
Be sure to grab latest QAAC add-in from here:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/lame...1.zip/download
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A person called Case (foobar2000 forum) has continued to develop fhg aac:

Here and Here

I tried to LameXP but not working, why it is not compatible?

Edit: these are two files.
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