[CELT-dev] can I create command line versions of the newer testreleases?
banban at gmail.com
Sun Aug 1 23:22:51 PDT 2010
i using this http://bearware.dk/temp/celt-0.5.2.zip <celt-dev at xiph.org>, for
vs2005 to build the test project.
you can replace the libcelt from the 0.8.1, and delete all the .h and .c
files in the sln,and add the new version.
2010/8/1 Raymond Grote <musicalman1 at comcast.net>
> I don't think the output file is a wav file, even though you set it to that
> extention, I believe you'll still need a special celt decoder for the
> version, you'll have to build the decoder unless it's all in one, which it
> might be. I wonder what the extention will be for celt files once the
> format is finalized?
> Is there a fairly simple way for me to build a command line version like
> you did? Or at least something that can be explained without being too
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Robby <banban at gmail.com>
> *To:* celt-dev at xiph.org
> *Sent:* Sunday, August 01, 2010 1:25 AM
> *Subject:* Re: [CELT-dev] can I create command line versions of the newer
> ok,i would asking something crazy, i build a exe using /libcelt/testcelt.c
> in windows, for my test purpose and using this command
> testcelt 44100 2 256 46 input.wav output.wav
> but i can't find any audioplayer could open output.wav, could anyone tell
> me how using testcelt.c file to test wav format?
> 2010/7/30 Raymond Grote <musicalman1 at comcast.net>
>> I am a newbe here, so I hope I am not asking something crazy. I was
>> looking on the Celt downloads and I noticed that the latest command line
>> builds were for version 0.6. I know it is still early in development, and
>> that the devs probably don't have time for developing CL versions for
>> everything. since I know nothing about sourcecode and whatnot, I was
>> wondering if there was a fairly simple way to build a CL version of the
>> later releases like 0.8, just for me to test and hear how well it's coming
>> along. I am not a dev or anything, just someone who likes playing around
>> with these things. Or is this something which is not easy to do, and I
>> should wait for the developers to decide when to build these? Should I try
>> to test it now, or just wait?
>> Thanks in advance.
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