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rpedde
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@mumsoft wrote:

@rpedde wrote:

I just have enough knowledge to bang on it until it works, but here’s the foolish patch I made for it:

http://svn.nslu2-linux.org/svnroot/optware/trunk/sources/ivorbis-tools/oggdec-tremor.patch

You’ll need to vorbisidec libraries as well, I’m using this:

http://nslu.sourceforge.net/downloads/libvorbisidec-cvs-20050221.tar.gz

— Ron

I got these now, but I spend yesterday fruitlessly searching for the ivorbis-tools source, that apparently is needed for the patch anyway. I find it stupid of me that so many people could recompile oggdec with it, and apparently have the ivorbis-tolls source lying around somewhere, while I still have no clue whatsoever where to look.

Sorry, it must be obvious, but I don’t see it. Googling around, sniffing, trying, guessing, howling…
Where on earth is the source for ivorbis-tools???? šŸ˜³

There isn’t any such thing as ivorbis-tools. It isn’t a package or a piece of software or anything. It’s a hacked version of vorbis-tools that uses “tremor”, the integer decoder for ogg.

So ivorbis-tools is the regular vorbis-tools package:

http://downloads.xiph.org/releases/vorbis/vorbis-tools-1.1.1.tar.gz

Plus a patch to allow using the integer decoder, and the tremor sources themselves (which are referenced further in the post).

— Ron