Author Topic: 64bit or 32bit?  (Read 2336 times)

Movie Maniac

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64bit or 32bit?
« on: 25 Mar '03 - 08:21 »
This question is gonna show all my ignorance concerning bass.dll and all related topics.
I read in the dass module (I use VB6)
'NOTE: VB does not support 64-bit integers, so VB users only have access
'      to the low 32-bits of 64-bit return values. 64-bit parameters can
'      be specified though, using the "64" version of the function.

Well, I'm creating (using the prjWriteWave) a tool to convert from mp3 and ogg to wav, and I'd like to know:
is this phrase referred to the conversion too? And if so, how can I do a 64-bit conversion instead of a 32-bit?
I mean, ir says I can do it by using the 64-bit version of the function, but I realy can't understand how to do it...

Sorry  :'(
Any suggestion?

Thanks a lot

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: 64bit or 32bit?
« Reply #1 on: 25 Mar '03 - 15:10 »
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Well, I'm creating (using the prjWriteWave) a tool to convert from mp3 and ogg to wav, and I'd like to know:
is this phrase referred to the conversion too?

No, it's just for the seeking and sync setting functions, to support massive stream lengths that do not fit in 32 bits :)

Movie Maniac

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Re: 64bit or 32bit?
« Reply #2 on: 25 Mar '03 - 23:11 »
OK

thanks a lot!