[CELT-dev] can I create command line versions of the newer test releases?

Robby banban at gmail.com
Sat Jul 31 22:25:45 PDT 2010

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>

>  Hi,
> 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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