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Compiled build for Windows which supports >2 GB filesize?
aufkrawall
post Jan 5 2012, 13:19
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Hello,
are there any news about this?
I also tried the x64 encoder but it couldn't create a file that is bigger than 2 GB. sad.gif
6 channel 24bit audio of a movie (180 minutes) easily exceeds this limit.
It's a pity that it works on Linux but not with the compiled build for Windows.
I have to use ALAC for this. dry.gif

Edit: Dam, the symbol in the title should be >. [Fixed!—db1989]

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ramicio
post Jan 5 2012, 17:35
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Interesting, I wonder if it actually decodes DTS-HD Master losslessly. It doesn't advertise that it does Master, just DTS-HD, which is something else, and doesn't mean lossless. If this actually does work, I wonder what the libav people's excuse is for not getting a decoder for DTS-HD Master yet.

EDIT: Nevermind, this plugin still needs the Arcsoft decoder.

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aufkrawall
post Jan 5 2012, 18:12
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QUOTE (ramicio @ Jan 5 2012, 17:35) *
Interesting, I wonder if it actually decodes DTS-HD Master losslessly.

In what way shouldn't it be lossless?
The converted FLAC is 96 Khz/24bit so I'd assume nothing is dropped.

QUOTE (ramicio @ Jan 5 2012, 17:35) *
EDIT: Nevermind, this plugin still needs the Arcsoft decoder.

What does this mean?
I'm hearing for the first time of this program. wink.gif
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