Hey all...I use a program called mAC3dec that "decodes several different audio formats (AC-3, QuickTime, MP3, AIFF, WAV, Audio CD) and converts to AIFF or MP3 (using LAME). Includes batch encoding, normalization, AC-3 channel splitting, and more! All code is free and open source." as stated at the download site...you can get mAC3dec here....
Just drag your AIFF, MP3, QT, etc onto the program and change the sample rate to whatever you want (44K, 48K, etc) for DSP. Works great!
Also, if the sync is off, this is what I do..I open up my HexEdit program and then open the AC3 audio file that is off sync. Do a "Find" from the options for "0B 77", this needs to be the very first decimal address in order for the AC3 to work. The "0B 77" is broken into sections of the sound file...usually appearing every 350 or 700 decimal places...depending on how "off" you sound file is, try "deleting" 0B 77 sections a few at a time...I think it takes about 8 0B 77 sections for 1 second of audio...something like that....anyway...works for me when I backup DVDs and split them into AC3 and MV2 files via OSEx .011.
Now maybe someone can help me...how exactly are you retrieving your files from your TiVo...I have a iMac G4, a tivo at 2.5.1, Kravens upgrade, turbonet, and a crossover cable...I have added the following to my rc.remote-login file , but I can't access my tivo...it gives me "connection refused". Any help would be greatly appreciated...
ifconfig net0 192.168.1.99 netmask 255.255.255.0
route.tivonet delete default 2> /dev/null
route.tivonet add default gw 192.168.1.1 netmask 0.0.0.0 dev net0
I got my turbonet way back last March and heard that some of them were not functioning properly...I might have a defective turbonet...don't know...also, doesn't Kravens upgrade install the turbonet drivers too??
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