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Bernd Roesch (ANF)

WinUAE: MP3-encoding with support for multiple processors
Bernd Roesch's winuae_lame for the Amiga emulator WinUAE (starting from version 1.3.4) allows the use of multiple processors and cores when encoding MP3 files. At the bottom of it is the use of the native LAME version for Windows.

Here, each launched winuae_lame process searches for a free processor. Thus, with four processor cores, three of them can create an audio file in MP3 format each, while the fourth continues to be fully available for the Amiga emulation.

Included in the archive is, in addition to the Readme file with the installation instructions, the source code as well. This shows how to query messages of a Windows program under AmigaOS, and can serve as a guideline for other programs with multiple processor support.

But reportedly, instead of using Windows programs, you could also write your own program code in alib.

Version 1.3.4 of WinUAE is required, since only starting from this is it possible to obtain the corresponding Windows path information for an Amiga file name.

It must be pointed out that files within hardfiles cannot be used for this purpose, but Amiga drives are required which can be accessed from the Windows side as well.

The author wishes everyone a happy new year.

Download: winaue_lame1.0.lha (62 KB) (snx) (Translation: cad)

[News message: 31. Dec. 2006, 14:24] [Comments: 0]
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