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LAME high bitrate files in l3codeca.ax
menno
post Jan 4 2006, 15:46
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Hi,

I found a problem with LAME high bitrate CBR files (256 kbps and 320 kbps only it seems) when playing them back using l3codecx.ax. It happens only when the decoder decodes a frame of silence (where LAME produces some version messages and 0x55 fillup bytes to keep up to a constant bitrate). After that the decoder will not produce sound anymore, but only silence. It also happens when such a silence frame occurs somewhere in the middle of a file.

EDIT: It's not a problem with the ACM filter it's a problem with the DirectShow filter for MP3 decoding that comes with Windows. The version info says: MPEG Layer 3 Audio Decoder version 1.5 (build 50). This filter is called l3codecx.ax, not l3codeca.acm smile.gif

Is this a known problem? Any easy solutions for it? FhG encoded high bitrate CBR files don't have this problem (it fills up with 0xFF and no version messages).

Menno

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robert
post Feb 15 2010, 13:57
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LAME 3.98 is limiting the maximum allowed bits per frame to circumvent the FhG decoding problem. I found this to be not satisfying. With 3.99 alpha 2 LAME doesn't use this hack anymore. menno, could you be so nice and try this version and look out for decoding problems with the FhG decoder? For the problem sample I have, it seems to be working. (Black Bird)
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