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optimized vorbis binaries for linux
skamp
post Dec 11 2004, 06:46
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libvorbis-1.1.0-aotuv_b3-sse_20041207_Archer_B09.tar.bz2:
SSE optimized build of aotuv_b3/libvorbis-1.1.0.
Encoding times are about 1.8x faster on my setup (Athlon XP 2500+ Barton, 1 GiB of DDR-SDRAM).

vorbis-tools-1.0.1-aotuv_b3-sse_20041207_Archer_B09.tar.bz2:
standard vorbis-tools build, but linked against the optimized binaries of libvorbis.

Both packages were built on LFS 6.1-testing-20041205 with GCC 3.3.4 and link against glibc version 2.3.3 (actually, a snapshot from 2004/10/11). There is absolutely no guaranty that it will work for you: you might have an incompatible version of the glibc, or miss some other libraries...

Since .tar.bz2 is not a valid extension on this forum, both files must be unzipped first.
The tarballs must then be extracted using the following command, as root:
CODE
unzip package.tar.bz2.zip
tar -C / -x -j -p --same-owner --numeric-owner -f package.tar.bz2

The files will be extracted in /usr/local. When calling oggenc, make sure to specify its full path in order to avoid using another version in /usr/bin, for instance.
CODE
/usr/local/bin/oggenc -q 6 -o outfile.ogg infile.wav


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