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Applications / Re: AVxCAT 1.4 alpha
« on: February 18, 2016, 01:00:36 pm »
thanks for your explanation.
Let me have a look and I'll add an option into an other build for test   

Note: R26099 never worked in multi thread under my system while the latest yes.

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Applications / Re: AVxCAT 1.4 alpha
« on: February 16, 2016, 04:07:39 pm »
Strange !
I do not see why OS2 command issued at file open time is hunging your system...
About long process, older ffmpeg was single thread only while the latest one I suggested to give it  try is multi-thread and under my system which has 4 enabled CPU core ( I also tried it using the 4 additional virtual core ), it works well and conversion is mutch faster with the latest ffmpeg suggested build.

I'll return into my code and check what could make you system not responding ...   
no other user reported this kind of problem.

Thx
RD

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Applications / Re: AVxCAT 1.4 alpha
« on: January 11, 2016, 12:37:11 pm »
Any feedback received yet  :-[ .

 

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Applications / Re: AVxCAT 1.4 alpha
« on: January 02, 2016, 08:53:08 pm »
Hi Remy,
sorry, I did not see the readme.file the first time I tried.
I downloaded the files missing acording to the readme but I am not able to do any conversion all the same. What I noticed: When setting the ffmpeg full path in the parameters pointing to the version you recommend and then adding a file the time/file (s) line in the main window is empty. I do see the filename and the size. If I change back to another version of ffmpeg I see the filename, size and the time/file value

Holger

Did you put all Dll's into a dll patth ( e.g. c:\ecs\dll ?
It looks like ffmpeg didn't find the required dll's.

I suggest you to unlock current DLL's if older version exist and rename them before copying new DLL's into the libpath.

Please use the email link on my site to provide more details about how you installed ffmpeg and avxcat and your avxcat parameters.
Best regards,
RD   

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Applications / Re: AVxCAT 1.4 alpha
« on: January 01, 2016, 07:52:19 pm »
Hi Holger,

Happy new year to you too and to all OS2WORLD users.

Yes, please read the readme file from ffmpeg. You have to get some additional dll's to make it work.

Cheers/2
Remy

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Applications / Re: AVxCAT 1.4 alpha
« on: December 30, 2015, 07:21:37 pm »
Nice Dariusz

About this alpha build, I left some code in it to allow opening a drdialog box only in case of internal errors to get more information.

Cheers/2
RD.

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Applications / AVxCAT 1.4 alpha
« on: December 30, 2015, 01:21:48 pm »
Are any tester available to give a try to AVxCAT V1.4.0 ALPHA  ( compatible with ffmpeg 2.1.5 ) ?
If you are interested, please send me an email from my home site to get this alpha build or get it from here:
http://remydodin.levillage.org/outils/avxcat_140alpha.zip
 
Alpha build means that you may find problems
2 known problems
- OGV and MPEG2 not working ( about OGV, it looks to be ffmpeg but more investigation is needed )

ffmpeg to try with it   
- http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/mmedia/ffmpeg-os2-r2_1_5-Fourier.zip

It has:
- latest found bugs under v1.3.x resolved
- display ffmpeg version under 'help'
- Added debug log on ffmpeg
  (warning, use it only in case conversion fails at start or the amount of messages may crash avxcat)
   to enable it: - enable axtra log, go under parameters ans mark ffmpeg debug log. At end of session, parameter is removed
- video conversion uses multi threads which speed up the conversion ( you can specify auto or the number of threads (CPU core)
  This option is enabled with ffmpeg 2.1.5 and disable under older ffmpeg ...
  note: very fast on MP4

After test, please, provide feedback using the email link on my web site and specify what was well tested or buggy.
e.g.
- audio conversion ( codec tried )
- audio to video conversion ( codec tried )
- multiple audio track with join
- video conversion
- video and mapping !
- create presentation out of videos
...   

Cheers/2
RD

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Applications / Re: Which program to use for ripping audio CDs to flac?
« on: December 30, 2015, 02:26:37 am »
Are any tester available to give a try to AVxCAT V1.4.0 ALPHA  ( compatible with ffmpeg 2.1.5 ) ?
If you are interested, please send me an email from my home site to get this alpha build.
 
Alpha build means that you may find problems
2 known problems
- OGV and MPEG2 not working ( about OGV, it looks to be ffmpeg but more investigation is needed )

ffmpeg to try with it   
>> http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/mmedia/ffmpeg-os2-r2_1_5-Fourier.zip

It has:
- latest found bugs under v1.3.x resolved
- display ffmpeg version under 'help'
- Added debug log on ffmpeg
  (warning, use it only in case conversion fails at start or the amount of messages may scratch avxcat)
   to enable it: - enable axtra log, go under parameters ans mark ffmpeg debug log. At end of session, parameter is removed
- video conversion uses multi threads which speed up the conversion ( you can specify auto or the number of threads (CPU core)
  This option is enabled with ffmpeg 2.1.5 and disable under older ffmpeg ...
  note: very fast on MP4

After test, please, provide feedback using the email link on my web site and specify what was well tested.
e.g.
- audio conversion ( codec tried )
- audio to video conversion ( codec tried )
- multiple audio track with join
- video conversion
- video and mapping !
- create presentation out of videos
...   

Cheers/2
RD. 

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Applications / Re: Which program to use for ripping audio CDs to flac?
« on: December 22, 2015, 01:14:48 am »
Hi Andi,

Please, give a try to this beta build :
http://remydodin.levillage.org/outils/avxcat_136beta5.zip

It has new normalize options for which following tools package have to be installed under avxcat folder.
http://remydodin.levillage.org/outils/audiogain.zip   (only available during beta test periode)
To enable this changed process, you'll have to open advanced option for audio.
Note: When normalize is enabled, the volume gain is added or substracted from normal normalize output level instead ffmpeg volume.

Cheers/2   

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Applications / Re: Which program to use for ripping audio CDs to flac?
« on: December 21, 2015, 11:31:15 pm »
Thanks Andi,

It  looks like display under panorama and snap didn't provide the same result. I only have panorama
and provided pictures are helpfull. 

I'll check this.

I have a v1.3.6 in preparation with severals updates ( changing existing normalize processes - current supported ffmpeg do not have implemented normalize and external tools are used but now, output normalize volume can be adjusted, changing author display ... )

To answer your request:
"
- clear Dir/File list after conversion
- running more profiles at once (with their own target folder). So I can rip a whole CD as 1) FLAC in folder s:\Musik\flac\AlbumTitle\. and at the same time as 2) MP3 in folder s:\Musik\mp3\AlbumTitle\. and at the same time as 3) BITSTREAM in folder s:\Musik\wav\AlbumTitle\.. Of course reading the data only once from CD to speed things up
"
The dir/File list ( selected tracks in the container ) aren't cleared after conversion to allow you a new conversion type like what you would like. How to do ?
- Just mark again all tracks ( use RMB ) and then change the audio format and GO ( run conversion )
  No need to read again the CD and select tracks...

Of course, each new audio format,  tracks are read from the CD and not keep into memory  ;D
One solution would be to convert tracks into Flac and then use the Flac result to convert into other format.... !
( of course, a new conversion after a conversion may impact quality result )     

About tags source choice, I did several tests and only one produced accurate result and some other didn't work...
This can be changed to allow user to try other db .

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Setup & Installation / JSON an d OS/2
« on: November 02, 2015, 02:55:35 am »
Hi dears !

I've got clamav 0.98.6-6 and tried to install it without yum/rpm and then, provide a WPI package for the GUI
Now, I have a problem about JSON. I installed the json.dll but at clamd run, I get a message about json could not be run under os/2 session ?

I must have missed something.
Any idea ?

Cheers/2

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Applications / Re: Which program to use for ripping audio CDs to flac?
« on: October 24, 2015, 11:45:42 pm »
Hi Andy

Thanks for the screen size information.
( I have 1600 x 1200 and font size is smaller )
 
What do you mean by the "about dialog" ?  ( can you email me a screenshot ? ) 

I did a few changes:
  - I removed the word "Add'" before Files and Dir  ( I think it is nor needed and text is better aligned )
  - I added an "Open" button to acces targetr folder directly
  - I changed the "Dir" button on the right of the target path by "Chg" used to chage target path location only
  - The "Chg" button works correctly again
  - Corrected a bug when using "Add dir"
  - Corrected a bug when changing path and adding new tracks into AVXCAT to be processed

Can you please try this update ? ( same name but once installed, version differs ) 

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Applications / Re: Which program to use for ripping audio CDs to flac?
« on: October 24, 2015, 09:34:42 pm »
Thanks Andi

What is your screen size ?  ( it looks to mutch smaller than mine)
(may be I can add a view/hide icon text)

About the internal filemanager, it is done through drdialog and I had to use some tips to have a correct respons time.
May I change this under a future version.

"Open target folder still opens e:\home\defaul\.avxcat instead the Target I selected"
 oh!  I will check this quickly...

Remy

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Applications / Re: Which program to use for ripping audio CDs to flac?
« on: October 24, 2015, 03:53:43 pm »
Hi,

Why didn't you give a try to avxcat ?

You need  CDDVDRTOOLS or CDRTOOLS for included cdda2wav.exe (cdda2wav2.exe not compatible) optional tool be installed and then, run avxcat, select audio, open "add files", select your CD drive, add tracks into avxcat ( select flac profile ) and GO.

RD.

Added v1.3.5 test build     

510
I just get the demo ecomstation 2.2 CD and tried to install it under virtual box like I did for 2.1
The installation fail reading a file for network adapter while I configured the machine like the 2.1 working one !

RD

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