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Announcing Lplex - Wave/Flac to DVD-V and Back Again (Free/Open-Source
aval57
post Jul 19 2006, 18:42
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Folks, announcing the release of Lplex 0.2 Beta, a simple drag-and-drop open-source win32 console utility intended to provide a free, quick, and hopefully painless way to
  • create a playable full-resolution "audio-only" dvd-video disc from
    wave or flac audio filesets, with md5 verification and archival
    content.
  • extract unencrypted lpcm audio streams from dvd-video to wave or
    flac in an md5-verified process.
2006-08-08 : Version 0.2 beta released
Please take a moment to look at the changelog and updated readme.

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Shifty
post Aug 5 2006, 12:25
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Well, I must say, something that shows a lot of promise! I have been looking for something like this (I know there is a similar program for DVD-A, but I really don't have a compatible player at the moment). I have been experimenting, and the only things I have found that seem to need a bit of work are:

1) When using "seamless" and "indescrete" modes, there were pops between every track as it changed tracks

2) I tried the "discrete" setting, but it crashed twice (have not tried the "none" mode yet)

3) I completely understand that DVD music is recorded in 48 Khz, but this means it is not just a simple drag and drop of folders with music files onto the .exe for processing; you have to convert all .wav and .flac files from 44 to 48 Khz first. Any way to implement this being done automatically?

4) Never could get it to work in decode mode from a DVD with audio files (tried Depeche Mode Violator - DVD)

Still, the program is something that I am looking forward to watching develop! Keep up the good work!

Shifty
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- aval57   Announcing Lplex - Wave/Flac to DVD-V and Back Again (Free/Open-Source   Jul 19 2006, 18:42
- - neomoe   why has noone posted a reply? havn't tested y...   Jul 29 2006, 11:20
|- - kwanbis   QUOTE (neomoe @ Jul 29 2006, 10:20) why h...   Jul 29 2006, 13:51
|- - jlt   QUOTE (neomoe @ Jul 29 2006, 04:20) havn...   Aug 6 2006, 15:26
- - HotshotGG   QUOTE I personally don't have an use for ...   Jul 29 2006, 16:33
- - Shifty   Well, I must say, something that shows a lot of pr...   Aug 5 2006, 12:25
|- - aval57   QUOTE (Shifty @ Aug 5 2006, 07:25) 1) Whe...   Aug 5 2006, 14:46
|- - webvan   QUOTE (Shifty @ Aug 5 2006, 12:25) 1) Whe...   Nov 22 2010, 10:18
- - Shifty   aval57, Back again 1) I used the Lplex .iso ima...   Aug 6 2006, 09:20
|- - Pio2001   QUOTE (Shifty @ Aug 6 2006, 10:20) I have...   Aug 6 2006, 15:44
- - Shifty   aval57, OK ... was using some different audio fil...   Aug 8 2006, 14:17
- - aval57   Hi Shifty, Zip them together and attach them to a ...   Aug 8 2006, 15:59
- - aval57   --------------------------------------------------...   Aug 8 2006, 19:53
- - Shifty   aval57, Have uploaded a log file (using beta2) in...   Aug 8 2006, 22:09
- - aval57   Shifty, this looks like a completely normal run. A...   Aug 9 2006, 01:12
- - aval57   Shifty, it could be that the pops are upsampled cd...   Aug 10 2006, 17:55
- - kaoruAngel   How many minutes of audio can be expected to fit o...   Aug 24 2006, 01:48
|- - Patsoe   QUOTE (kaoruAngel @ Aug 24 2006, 01:48) H...   Aug 24 2006, 10:42
- - aval57   Thanks, Patsoe, and a good estimate too. Here...   Aug 25 2006, 06:17
- - kaoruAngel   11.3 hours? Oh my... I really don't know wh...   Aug 25 2006, 09:29
|- - Patsoe   QUOTE (kaoruAngel @ Aug 25 2006, 09:29) 1...   Aug 25 2006, 10:15
- - litobispo   used and tested this software many times and it wo...   Jan 21 2013, 11:14


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