|25 Dec 2009||#1|
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BeSweet in Win7
Did anyone else try to use BeSweetCLI in Windows 7 and fail? Each time I start a conversion after only a couple of seconds the window pops up saying "BeSweet.exe has stopped responding". At first I thought I had set some parameters wrong, so I double checked and made sure everything's alright, but I still got this error...
And now I'm forced to encode DTS 5.1 tracks to 5.1 HE-AAC the hard way, which really is the hard way...
(first, using eac3to to make a 6chWAV from the DTS and then, luckily, I found the enc_aacPlus encoder EXE file used by Winamp (which can't, by the way, be found in the instalation folder), so with the enc_aacPlus.dll and nscrt.dll copied from the Winamp folder, I can feed the exe with that 6chWAV and make a 6chAAC... easy, right?) XD
EDIT-Yeah, sorry for posting in the wrong section, I ment to start the thread as a general discussion of DTS and 5.1 sound, but it ended up like this, lol XD
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