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oggenc2.42 and oggenc2.5 released
PatchWorKs
post Apr 8 2005, 12:37
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QUOTE (john33 @ Apr 5 2005, 06:01 PM)
Yes, it is. smile.gif I added a little code to my current test version of WaveGain and the wave files that showed offsets in EAC prior to processing, showed zero offsets after processing. So, yes it could be added as an option if it's felt to be generally useful.
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Oh, well, expecially for low bitrates seems to be necessary (even if not all music have these problems).

Here are some links:

RealNetworks' Signal Processing
Sure-Fire Tips for Encoding High-Quality, Low-Bandwidth Audio, Part 1
Sure-Fire Tips for Encoding High-Quality, Low-Bandwidth Audio, Part 2

HaPpY CoDiNg !!!
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post Apr 29 2011, 21:37
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Hi!

I have problem compiling oggenc2.87 sources.
In oggenc.c I have call to unresolved function utf8_validate
I have searched for this function everywhere and no luck finding, even google can't find the library which does export this function.
Any help?
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post Apr 29 2011, 21:49
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Holy thread resurrection...

You can find this function in vorbis-tools-1.4.0 ( http://xiph.org/downloads/ ).
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post Apr 30 2011, 08:41
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QUOTE (Anakunda @ Apr 29 2011, 23:37) *
Hi!

I have problem compiling oggenc2.87 sources.
In oggenc.c I have call to unresolved function utf8_validate
I have searched for this function everywhere and no luck finding, even google can't find the library which does export this function.
Any help?


If you compile oggenc using aotuv, please dont forget to share it with HA folks. rolleyes.gif

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post Apr 30 2011, 10:26
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http://rghost.ru/5398357

* tested, but not thoroughly
* don't have built-in resampler
* don't have built-in FLAC reader
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Steve Forte Rio
post Apr 30 2011, 14:54
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QUOTE (lvqcl @ Apr 30 2011, 07:26) *
http://rghost.ru/5398357

* tested, but not thoroughly
* don't have built-in resampler
* don't have built-in FLAC reader


Thanks! Works fine, as for me smile.gif

More then 2x speedup for x64 SSE3 in compare to reference venc:

CODE
CLI encoder: D:\oggenc2\Win64\SSE3\oggenc2.exe
Destination file: D:\Моя музыка\Mozart\Eine Kleine Nachtmusik\01_WAM_Eine_Kleine_Nachtmusik_1_Allegro.ogg
Encoder stream format: 44100Hz / 2ch / 16bps
Command line: "D:\oggenc2\Win64\SSE3\oggenc2.exe" -s 727225542 -Q -q1 - -o "01_WAM_Eine_Kleine_Nachtmusik_1_Allegro.ogg"
Working folder: D:\Моя музыка\Mozart\Eine Kleine Nachtmusik\
Encoder process still running, waiting...
Encoder process terminated cleanly.
Ogg: rewriting stream
Track converted successfully.
Total encoding time: 0:08.221, 61.06x realtime

CLI encoder: D:\aoTuV_b6.03\venc.exe
Destination file: D:\Моя музыка\Mozart\Eine Kleine Nachtmusik\01_WAM_Eine_Kleine_Nachtmusik_1_Allegro1.ogg
Encoder stream format: 44100Hz / 2ch / 16bps
Command line: "D:\aoTuV_b6.03\venc.exe" -q1 - "01_WAM_Eine_Kleine_Nachtmusik_1_Allegro1.ogg"
Working folder: D:\Моя музыка\Mozart\Eine Kleine Nachtmusik\
Encoder process still running, waiting...
Encoder process terminated cleanly.
Ogg: rewriting stream
Track converted successfully.
Total encoding time: 0:18.688, 26.86x realtime


(Intel Core i3 530)

Also, I've got the same peak value for your encoder on this track.

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post Apr 30 2011, 14:58
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I use SoX to compare two encoders:

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sox -D -m -v 1 test1.ogg -v -1 test2.ogg --null spectrogram -o diff.png
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post Apr 30 2011, 15:26
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As I understand, it generates a spectrogram of the difference signal, right?
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post Apr 30 2011, 15:42
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Yes, exactly.
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post Apr 30 2011, 16:41
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Thanks! Of course, it's better way than peak analysis or bitcomparing smile.gif

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post May 1 2011, 07:51
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Thx IgorC!

I was learning minGW installation guide when I saw your post.
I am starting encoding some CDs and post here notices if any problems.
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post May 1 2011, 08:24
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Do you mean that you encode DTS-CD to Vorbis? huh.gif
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post May 1 2011, 17:19
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QUOTE (lvqcl @ Apr 29 2011, 22:49) *
Holy thread resurrection...

You can find this function in vorbis-tools-1.4.0 ( http://xiph.org/downloads/ ).


thanks!
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post May 2 2011, 20:21
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QUOTE (lvqcl @ May 1 2011, 10:24) *
Do you mean that you encode DTS-CD to Vorbis? huh.gif

I convert some concerts with 6ch lossless sounds to WebM + 6ch vorbis. The purpose is escape from proprietary codecs, let me omit the details why I need it.
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