First I have to say, Bass is a wonderful piece of software and normally I don't need to visit your forum because the software I'm using that uses Bass has been working fine... up until now. And I really regret I don't have the programming skills to find a solution for it.
I'm using the DC-Bass Source Filter to play a lot of Bass supported formats through DirectShow. This one is working just fine and isn't of any concern here now.
I'm also using BassAudio
, which is a wrapper for Bass and additional libraries meant to function as a sourcefilter of Bass supported formats in Avisynth. Nowadays however, it's issued with BeHappy
, which is an AviSynth based audio transcoding tool.
This wrapper is working great. I can load every Bass supported format in Avisynth, (flac,wv,ape,tta, heck even cd's; BassAudioSource("E:\Track01.cda")
), except for OptimFROG (*.ofr) and TAK Audio (*.tak), which are also the only formats that require an external library; OptimFROG.dll and tak_deco_lib.dll. See http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1555525#post1555525
, where I already discussed this issue.
As you can see in tebasuna51 (who I believe has taken over development of BassAudio from dimzon) his last post
, putting OptimFROG.dll and tak_deco_lib.dll in the Windows\system32 directory is the only way for it to work and that it's actually the source of bass_ofr and bass_tak I have to approach in order for BassAudio to open ofr- and tak-files with OptimFROG.dll and tak_deco_lib.dll in the same directory as bass.dll and bass_*.dll.
Now I was wondering what anyone of you people here have to say about this issue and if you think it's really an issue with bass_ofr and bass_tak.
Again, I really wished I had finished my computer informatics education, because now I don't have the programming skills to look into it myself.
Anxiously awaiting your reply,