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FLAC x64 build, 64 bit build of flac.exe
viktor
post Nov 4 2011, 21:34
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I saw a benchmark on Phoronix regarding FLAC performance:



So I became curious about it on Windows. The results? A bit disappointing, only about 3-5% increase in performance, probably because of the lack of _asm on x64. If the x86 build is compiled without using NASM, it gets about 10% slower. At least on my AMD Fusion A6-3500. Either way, here it is for your convenience!

Download:
  1. Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Redistributable Package (x64)
  2. FLAC 1.2.1 x64


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denastig31
post Jan 12 2013, 04:05
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Hi, my question is not consirned with FLAC x64 build but i guess you guys might help me.

I have a flac source code v1.2.1
I am trying to build the libflac library static for C using VS2010
can i build the library without the the support of OGG and NASM?

what are the steps?

Thank you
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john33
post Jan 12 2013, 16:33
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QUOTE (denastig31 @ Jan 12 2013, 03:05) *
Hi, my question is not consirned with FLAC x64 build but i guess you guys might help me.

I have a flac source code v1.2.1
I am trying to build the libflac library static for C using VS2010
can i build the library without the the support of OGG and NASM?

what are the steps?

Thank you
-denver

From memory, remove 'FLAC__HAS_OGG' and change 'FLAC__HAS_NASM' to 'FLAC__NO_ASM'.

HTH


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