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UOS, waveforms,mp3s,wavs etc.
« on: April 16, 2014, 12:20:49 am »
Well, I’ve been busy and I sure discovered some interesting things. I think I finally found something that I need for my program, the UOS waveform unit/s, but it came down to a contest between UOS and a program called waveform.exe. UOS won out because it’s 1mg smaller than waveform.exe + its dlls but the contest was actually closer than that. UOS makes a very good waveform and can handle all mp3s with ease, but it has trouble with some wavs.

If the wav is less than 44,000khz or in mono, the UOS waveform unit will play a speeded-up version of the sound or it just crashes. Some of the wavs submitted to my program will be in the Windows Recorder default setting of 22,000khz or even lower and might be mono, so currently the only way I have to prevent any possibility of a crash is to use lame.exe to convert all submitted wavs to a temp memory mp3.

UOS+Lame < waveform.exe+dlls in size. I spent too much wasted time in trying to find some code or even algorithms that do converting or use lame_enc.dll but the only thing I found was something that loaded the lame library and created a stream, I think. I found a way to hide the pop-up command console window that lame.exe creates, so no problem there. I’m creating a package and I don’t need to be a specialist in every little thing.

I’ve written lots of code and the program that I’m writing will go on my web site with some other stuff. I’m not a newbie anymore, ok?

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Re: UOS, waveforms,mp3s,wavs etc.
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2014, 12:06:57 pm »
Are you trying to say that some people said you were a newbie?
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Re: UOS, waveforms,mp3s,wavs etc.
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2014, 02:40:27 am »
Excuse me for not responding sooner but I’ve been very busy. No, I wasn’t called a newbie, just treated like one. Code is what I want to focus on, grinding axis but not axes. Any useful comments on my previous post? I’m a little surprised that UOS hasn’t made a reply because there might be some opportunity here for ‘em and they could help me patch things up. I would like to know if anyone knows how I might avoid using a big (.6mg) program like lame.exe to convert wavs to mp3s.

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Re: UOS, waveforms,mp3s,wavs etc.
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2014, 04:43:52 am »
UOS, if you’re out there, I’d like to hear from ya. I’m trying to use your waveform unit in my program instead of using something else. Everything is up and running but I need some help in incorporating it nicely into my program and you know it much better than I do. I would be glad to mention UOS in the title bar on that particular page in my program and I’ll even include your logo + other such stuff. There are just a few loose ends that need tying. I tried to find a contact button on your website but maybe I missed it. I’m so busy!

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Re: UOS, waveforms,mp3s,wavs etc.
« Reply #4 on: April 22, 2014, 06:44:07 am »
Hi,
which UOS do you refer to?


is it the https://github.com/fredvs/uos = UOS?
If yes, you are unluck, you might be patient.
I've heard about Fred, his computer has just been stolen.


You know what happen if you lost your computer, you might better to recover your live before able to care to other problem.

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