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Can Not Import AAC Files using bass_aac

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You running x86 or x64?

There are no explicit instructions on where to place the file as both Program Files and Program Files (x86) exist in x64 - try in latter i.e. folder c:\Program Files (x86)\CDBurnerXP as process is cdbxpp.exe *32 and where all other .dll files are located.

I have extracted the whole of the .zip archive to the suggested location as above and .mp4 files are imported properly.

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You running x86 or x64?

There are no explicit instructions on where to place the file as both Program Files and Program Files (x86) exist in x64 - try in latter i.e. folder c:\Program Files (x86)\CDBurnerXP as process is cdbxpp.exe *32 and where all other .dll files are located.

I have extracted the whole of the .zip archive to the suggested location as above and .mp4 files are imported properly.

I am running Win 7 x64 with a 64 bit installed of CDBurnerXP so it installed in Program Files rather then the (x86) folder. I placed the ddl in the prior location, as there is no cdburnerxp in the x86 location. I will try a 32 bit install of the app. However let me make it clear, I am working with raw AAC streams, not AAC in an mp4 or m4a container, but for the sake of testing I did try renaming an .acc file to an mp4 or m4a extension to see if it owuld import. That was a fail.

Sorry for the lack of info previously. It was a quick post was I was in zombie mode as I call it(lack of sleep).

Thanks for your feedback on the problem.

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Hi - just as an aside to this, I'm experiencing problems with 'invalid format' for .mp3 files on 4.4.0.2905.

I think you will find that the default download/install is 32-bit, just removed all older crud and re-installed, it's definately installed to C:\Program Files (x86) and nothing else. Older versions must have left behind or created the C:\Program Files entries.

Will post back when I have my own issue resolved, as this was definately working in older versions.

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Well, there was nothing related to cdburner xp in the x86 folders. This was probably because I used the dedicated 64 bit installer rather then the standard installer. However I grabbed the 32 MSI installer this time, installed cdbxp and placed the bass_acc.dll in C:\Program Files(x86)\CDBurnerXP and I can import raw AAC streams just fine now. Thanks for the advice.

As for MP3 problems in 2905, I can import FLAC and MP3 just fine at this time.

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Yep the alternate installers are a bit hidden ;) I been using the x64 builds for awhile now, but from what I can observe, the additional bass filters will not function properly under a 64bit install. In this app, I dont think much of a performance gain will be seen by using x64, so I will probably stick to x86. However, naturally running Win7x64 I originally figured why not go for the 64 bit version.

Thanks again for the tip on looking in to the 32 bit Program Files. Obviously it was not a fix, but it was the tip I needed to look in the right direction!

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You are correct. It seems the bass_aac.dll is 32-bit only. I get a different error message when trying to register the dll with regsvr32 all the working dlls load but fail entry-point DLL server, the bass_aac.dll queries the windows version. I downloaded a little utility called inspect.exe and that seems to say the dll is 32-bit.

If you download http://www.un4seen.com/stuff/bass_aac-x64.zip and overwrite the dll and the lib file in the c sub-directory, it looks all good :)

This is on the 64-bit install BTW.

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