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3delite

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BASSEnc add-ons
« on: 27 Sep '17 - 05:59 »
Hi!

I am trying to submit my Win32 app. to the Windows Store and it seems external command line encoders can not be used, as it's not supported to start an external command line on Windows 10 S.
So now recording only works in WAV. Are there any plans for BASSEnc Lame and Flac encoder add-ons? That are built-in into a BASSEnc add-on?
Not sure, Flac is free, but is MP3 free now for such an implementation?

Not that important but would be useful.

Best regards
3delite

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Re: BASSEnc add-ons
« Reply #1 on: 27 Sep '17 - 17:38 »
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external command line encoders can not be used
what your mean.. over rundll32.exe on a 64Bit Window?

greets

3delite

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Re: BASSEnc add-ons
« Reply #2 on: 27 Sep '17 - 22:38 »
I mean one can not use BASSEnc to start Lame.exe or flac.exe for encoding. What you mean by rundll32.exe? That's supported in some kind of way?

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: BASSEnc add-ons
« Reply #3 on: 29 Sep '17 - 13:16 »
There are some plans for a BASSenc_FLAC add-on (for a lossless option), but nothing for MP3 currently. Do you need MP3 specifically or would another lossy format be OK? Perhaps you could use Ogg Vorbis (BASSenc_OGG) or Opus (BASSenc_OPUS) instead?

3delite

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Re: BASSEnc add-ons
« Reply #4 on: 29 Sep '17 - 18:31 »
Flac would be cool. Yes, I already implemented the Opus add-on, so now on Windows 10 S there is WAV and Opus option to choose from in my app..

The Delphi header though dos not compile as it is now, add 'BASS' to the Uses list at the file beginning and it will work (DWORD is not defined):

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uses BASS, BASSenc;

Thank you!