Ticket #25942 (new update)
aacgain 1.9 update
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aacgain 1.9 is out so the port should probably be updated.
Begin forwarded message: From: "David Lasker" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: August 3, 2010 16:28:58 CDT To: "'Samuli Suominen'" <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>, "'Miguel Angel Alvarez'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "'Prakash Punnoor'" <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "'Wolf Wilke'" <email@example.com>, "'Ben Allison'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com> Subject: [macports-mgr] aacgain 1.9 released I have completed the next release of aacgain. Updated files are in the mp3gain CVS repository on Sourceforge. This release incorporates the following changes: 1.Fixed a bug in mp4v2 which caused iTunes music video files to fail with "not a valid mp4/m4a file" error. 2.Gives a more meaningful error message when attempting to process Apple Lossless files (which are still not supported by aacgain). 3.Built with updated mp4v2 and faad2 code, which should build error-free on modern Windows, Linux, and Mac systems. 4.Built with latest mp3gain version 1.5.2 sources checked into CVS, which include id3v2 tag support. 5.MSVC++ solution and project files have been converted to Visual C++ 2010 Express Edition. 6.I now have access to both Linux and Mac systems, so I have modified Prakash Punoor's Unix build scripts to work correctly with the latest code changes. I have successfully built and tested aacgain on Ubuntu 10.04 and Mac OS X 10.6. In my previous email announcing the beta test of this release, I said: A major change was made in the way the global_gain adjustments are made. In previous releases, the global_gain fields in the track were edited in-place. This was done by subclassing some of the mp4v2 C++ implementation files. In this release, I create a new audio ('soun') track in the mp4 file, copy the samples from the old track to the new track with the global_gain fields modified, then delete the original track. This means that files with multiple tracks (i.e. video files) might have the order of the tracks changed. After much testing, I have removed that code and have gone back to subclassing. I found many changes were being made to the track atoms (e.g. removal of the mp4a.pinf atom tree). Although the resulting files played correctly on everything I tested them on, I didn't feel comfortable with that approach. So I have gone back to subclassing, which edits the existing track data in-place. See the aacgain home page http://altosdesign.com/aacgain for more info. Dave _______________________________________________ macports-mgr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.macosforge.org/mailman/listinfo.cgi/macports-mgr
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