Nice groups! Just a quick note, the next release of bidule saves the emigrator settings properly and has a brand new "OFFLINE" mode in order to render files as fast as your machine can process. Thanx for your interrest in Bidule! And watch out for the next version around november Originally posted by davidv plogue Just a quick note, the next release of bidule saves the emigrator settings properly and has a brand new "OFFLINE" mode in order to render files as fast as your machine can process.
Now I can really start playing! Thanks for the update, David! Please correct me if i'm wrong. PS cant wait for new bidule!
Sorry for the late reaction, must have overseen this It's the compression!!! Try encoding it in Still compression but a lot less than in AC3's.
Anyway : More clarity can be reached a. When you upsample, try adding a clarify filter. It helped me Thanks I won't correct you :- It's already confusing enough :- I think this question is for the Besweet thread :- Anyway, what you quoted from the guide is the way the channels are recorded by the File-recorder from 6 inputs to one WAV containing these 6 channels. And these settings are correct.
So any way you use a piece of software to extract the 6 separate mono's from that one wav, gives you back the 6 original wavs And they should be the same! If anything changed, please ask again in a Besweet Thread Hey EoH! Thanks for the advice. I know what I'm hearing is not compression artifacts. I'm not using any DRC either so that can't be to blame either. I'm encoding at kbps which I thought was high enough. I've never been able to tell much of a difference between and before.
I challenge anyone to hear the difference in the MP3's I encode and the original. If the AC3 encoding is really to blame, is Dolby really that screwed up?? I can't imagine they would come up with algorithms worse than that found in the free LAME encoding engine but maybe they did? Thanks for the tips on processing, EoH! I will try converting to 32bit first. I do upsample correctly but I will try adding a filter to it to see if it will help in the final output. Originally posted by joshbm Hello all, I have created a group for Bidule instead of a project file.
I made sure settings were okay, only I didn't look at the HNM filters, assuming they would be correct. Anyway, to make a short story long Just FYI Any idea? You said it sounded dull No they didn't! Every step on the process should be done in the highest possible quality to get an excellent result. Not by your ears but bit-by-bit What's out by compression, will not get in again!! And in my experience with MP3 you're only safe with bitrates higher than Lower onces will give a hearable difference in the comparison test, higher ones only when comparing bit-by-bit The 32 bits is the most important!
Just like Kempfand said : Steinberg is even suggesting 64 bits now! Only use the filter when it still sounds dull Hope it's a bit clear EoH A bit more up-to-date information. I used wav2wav6. So I used the good old Besweet again and Of course I will have a look at the settings in Bidule, but I thought you would like to know too. Originally posted by Eye of Horus A bit more up-to-date information. I finally found out what's wrong When you expand the group, you will see that the connections are not what they should be!
Instead of a mess like this, you get a nice group like this with exactly 2 inputs and 6 outputs. When you check the expanded group against the "mess like this" picture, you will see the difference Only 5 channels instead of 6. My fault was that I remapped the channels from your output again, which was already taken care of in the group I just tested it again and it sounds terrible lol. I will upload my other group that isn't clipping.
Regards, - joshbm. I'm hoping I missed something in this voluminous thread The updated version can be redownloaded from the first link I gave you: 5.
Than once your done you can go to "Grouping" again and "Save Selected Group". Originally posted by Umma I'm hoping I missed something in this voluminous thread Where would you use a batch for? Do I just do them one at a time or can I line them up some kind of way? Originally posted by Umma "Where would you use a batch for? I'm sorry. I guess I didn't see the reasonbut was rather shortsighted I guess it can be done somehow Anyone else with ideas???????????
To keep this thread on task, can you point me to someplace that explains how to make a cue file? I know what they are, I think KPex or Andreas posted one in a thread somewhere on Doom9, but to make them is beyond me. Thanks for the kind replies, I'm deleting, defragging, and getting ready to do a another CD. Sorry LP it's off-topic I want to make a big applause for EoH and friends' work I'm new to this method and I'd like to try it.
But I have a problem in the Bidule installation: when it starts a message says that the program have found 46 groups and then it crashes. A new message says "access violation" and then the programs closes. This is the last part of the bidule's log: Now enumerating Slave Devices Thanks in advance! Ok, I can use Bidule changing the screen colors depth to ! It's Matrox GTV's fault! Anywhere, if is there anyone who can help me! Another question: I own a home theatre system and I'd like to make a 5.
Could you fix it? Originally posted by Calabuig Ok, I can use Bidule changing the screen colors depth to ! But I won't Joshbm posted a 5. Managed to start the page but have not expanded the page so as not to confuse the gamers. Yes this page is for gamers so its based on ac3enc. I will be expanding and dressing it up as real life allows I will Be adding A Bidule page Groups etc. Hello, I just tried the method given, but I am getting strange results.
Please help Thanks. Originally posted by vtwin Hello, I just tried the method given, but I am getting strange results. I've had the same problems lately with files larger than 2 GB. Only one thing : the channel naming is different. Besweet should be able to handle files larger than 2g using 32 bit floating, although I have yet to succeed with this method. EoH - thanks for the wav2wav6 mapping info. I've been trying to figure that out for the last week.
Originally posted by SallyDog Besweet should be able to handle files larger than 2g using 32 bit floating, although I have yet to succeed with this method. Both with the latest SP's. It crashes with differences though : 1.
At the end : crash 2. I tried several things like auto channel, 6 channels On my PC the versions worked without problem on smaller files Daphy I also did a few albums and I guess it just has too much to do with the "playing" equipment. Making music albums? Which program did you use? I would love to see a guide!! And now we're busy Perhaps overseen???
Question was : do you still provide the webspace to post the Bidules and screenshots? If not Regards, SallyDog. Well hi, my question, as stupid as it may sound, is the following. Can the output let's say a 32 bit recording of Bidule be used as an input again. I really like the ambisonic sound image that is created by Bidule. I don't know if it is possible to feed this sound image again trough bidule to achieve a better sound than the first.
Or will it stay the same. I look at it like a 2nd pass for Bidule I have done no testing, because I am now converting a movie soundtrack, but suddenly it came up in my mind.
Sound 1. Movie 1a. Use f. Now the program prozesses each single file, depending of the file size you can go in the kitchen and make another cup of cafe :rolleyes: 2. Make your Hollywoodstyl Menue, else 5. Originally posted by daphy I did some testing with wav2wav6. I still need to update the guide, but on this point : I am a bit confused.
Besweet all versions I have crashed when I tried to extract 6 mono wavs from a bigger than 2 GB file. But Wav2wav6 did the job! But these both have nothing to do with each other! I had no problem at all on Windows with a 3. Hi EoH shurely strange but it works fine for me. And now suddendly something very surprising happend: you start besweet to split and it works :rolleyes: but finished after it differs everytime a splitting time from f.
I tried to find out where the mistake is, ok I do know the 2GB barrier, but those 6 single WAVs are alright but only unfinished. I use cooledit on the 6wavfile ambisonic : the scanner stops after 25min again!!!! Hi, I've a problem with Besweet when I try to create single 6 mono wav files. It produces 6 files but when I open one of them, the player says that his lenght is hours the original and the bidule result file is and larger than 2Gb. I try wav2wav6 but the resulted files' names are wrong.
Question what source file format do you use? Originally posted by Calabuig 16bit - 48Khz Wav2wav6 is ok, but I'm in a mess with the resulted files' names I will do some tests and give you the definitive answer ASAP The command line works perfect! Hope this helps. Love your signature!!!! Please take a look at my homepage :- EoH.
Maybe I am asking a question with an obvious answer: a. Unfortunately the WAV is now 1. What should I use? Using Softencode I would wind up with an AC3.
How would I burn the AC3? What am I missing? Originally posted by 24hourloop Maybe I am asking a question with an obvious answer: a. First : so this won't fit onto a cd :- download Daemon tools and see if you can load the CUE into that You can burn as much as you want well : 99 x 99 songs maximum! I love this program! I would love to try I never tried it, but I think it should As video you use a static picture that doesn't change throughout the song.
And I agree about the learning curve Perhaps the newer programs can handle DTS too? It's a pity DVD Architect became part of a package Can somebody please point me out where can I find Wav2wav6. I couldn't find it here nor in google. Hi there. A new beta of bidule is available on plogue. This doesnt include however, the Offline mode yet. Originally posted by vtwin Can somebody please point me out where can I find Wav2wav6.
Originally posted by davidv plogue Hi there. Davidv Thanks, David. Would you happen to have a changelog somewhere? I'd like to see what's changed before I upgrade: Did you notice my bug report a bit earlier in this thread? EoH: Thanks, I'll definitely have to check your website out: Ain't it funny how all the PF and Alan Parsons fans seem to fiddle with this surround stuff?
EoH: Thanks, I'll definitely have to check our website out: Ain't it funny how all the PF and Alan Parsons fans seem to fiddle with this surround stuff?
Yes i saw the bug report. Allthough im unable to reproduce it. We've changed some file handling code in the latest version, mind to have a go?
Anyone has the SQ quad vinyl somewhere? I have the schematics for a. I guess if i had an example of say the intro to money in SQ, idd speed up my setup : Cheers. The bug could well be system dependent, those are hard to trace. We'll see if I can reproduce it with the latest version. Tell me about the Bidule schematic as I would also like to convert it to 5. Do these files need to Album) renamed? Second, is it simply a matter of just inserting them into surcode be remapping them?
Originally posted by Tantulus I'm confused with the Wav2Wav6 layout. You can remap them by putting them in the right place in Surcode. But you can bet you will forget at some point and put them in without the right mapping :D EoH. Can anyone reccomend other albums that compare with sterotomy after bidule.
But you can bet you will forget at some point and put them in without the right mapping :D EoH You're absolutely right. I get confused when I try to put the files in the right place in Surcode. Thanks for your sage advice. Hi, is there a freeware.
I would like to run some mp2 audio files trough bidule. Originally posted by TerraForce1 Hi, is there a freeware. Now since Bidule only process uncompressed audio streams and will always be that wayyou would have to reencode the output to mpa again after the processing. Eye of Horus I guess what I was meaning to ask was a little input on what cd's people have tried and good results.
It's my understanding from reading the thread that some produce poor results. I have recently upgraded my stereo system and I want to quickly out put a few that I can enjoy while I tinker with settings and cds. Pink Floyd gives good results. I've gotten good results on everything except U2. The Unforgettable Fire is heavy in the reverb, anyway, and I have a hard time keeping it from sounding muddy. The Beatles don't seem to sound right for me, either. I'm working on the White Album. Thanx, I'm going to play with my new toys tonite!
Anybody try tubular bells or any van halen? Limitations of the Demo: only the first two channels can be used. The Demo is first order only. Full versions shall be available in a few days. Emigrator 1. It fixes one bug: The UI was not updated according to the internal state when loading a project in some hosts.
This has been fixed for OSX and win LP this release will work in Nuendo 2. Please explain a bit more in detail? What exactly can i do with those plugins? Could it help us using Vorbis surround some day? Do a search on ambisonics in the forum. Several extensive threads on the subject. Hi Andreas, have you made some testings with the new emigrator? No tests yet from my side on the latest built of emigrator : Too much at professional work-place currently ongoing for me :o I'll wait with further tests until the final Bidule 6.
Originally posted by echooff Eye of Horus I guess what I was meaning to ask was a little input on what cd's people have tried and good results. I have recently upgraded my stereo system and I want to quickly out put a few that I can enjoy while I tinker with settings and cds If you like Orchestral music I strongly suggest The Beethoven Nine Symphonies conducted by H.
Feels like your in a concert hall. You might want to try your preference from the following list. I'm trying to do a 5. Please, someone post a clean LFE guide. As a newbie to this technique I'd like to clarify one thing? Is it important to convert Most of the mixes hardly gained anything from it with the exception of a few songs shame reallymind me I have the oldest remasters of the set that are said to be poor compared to the current 24bit remasters.
I actually prefer my vinyl versions to the cd's I have. Live recordings sounds really nice usually in ambisonics Anyone done any experimenting with their BPAN etc settings for live recordings etc? I'm curious to what has given good results other than the default settings displayed on this guide.
And a big thank you to 'Eye of Horus' for this guide. I was just wondering where I could find the program wav2wav6. Thanks, iSpy. Peter C I'm experimenting right now with some live stuff, but I haven't really manipulated any of the ambisonic settings. I had to run the wav through cool edit to try and clear up the muddle of the mid-range, first, but I'm having trouble cleaning up. I don't experiment with the ambisonic settings because in order to hear the results I have to burn it, and I went through too many CDs, too fast.
What live stuff are you working with? Better yet, bring him here and ask him to post. Originally posted by Umma Gradius Just came back from a radio recording in the studios in Hilversum - the Netherlands. Had an excellent time with Eric! LP, I am experiencing some problems with windows 98 se and bidule.
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