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Old 2005-01-24, 12:41 PM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

Yes the md5check installer isn't all that great when it comes to creating the right-click functionality, i.e. it's buggy. But if you replace %1 with "%1" in the registry it will work. I have a registry fix for this on my web page.
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Old 2005-01-24, 04:29 PM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

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Toys, did you try adding the std extension to the file? Or opening it with notepade to see if the checksum data got there, but that it just didn't name the file correctly?
When I open the "file" in Notepad I see this -

1e8904a6b76f4a657ae992c61408932e [shntool] amp2004-11-08t01.shn
b9f8985b23c375314902577f473c26a8 [shntool] amp2004-11-08t02.shn
e4721be93e79334e3ca9aa29202f2d91 [shntool] amp2004-11-08t03.shn
5e6a3ceba5547007516f35f163140966 [shntool] amp2004-11-08t04.shn
52fcab44c319bbac7dfba29a3550b446 [shntool] amp2004-11-08t05.shn
cee46460260ffa9ebc92a64881d4d7b1 [shntool] amp2004-11-08t06.shn
d8556af31d687b620d648a0fe5636f3b [shntool] amp2004-11-08t07.shn
5031a95279c0ff90aa2b358760566105 [shntool] amp2004-11-08t08.shn
f85912a7d8ecba1e66f0439c61907fdd [shntool] amp2004-11-08t09.shn

So it looks like the checksum data got there, correct? So all I have to do is give the filename the st5 extension and I should be good to go?
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Old 2005-01-25, 08:53 AM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

yup .
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Old 2005-01-25, 09:41 AM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

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yup .
Excellent! Now I have an even greater desire to get out of this office and home to get the show up. Thanks for your assistance Dawg. Still puzzled as to why your program first would give me the extension, and then without me changing anything stopped giving it to me, and why doing an uninstall/reinstall didn't fix that. I'm not going to be able to let that go, and will most likely be fiddling around for weeks trying to figure out the reason. But at least I can go back to seeding shows.
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Old 2005-01-25, 09:57 AM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

The reason is probably in the code of the program, and may not be worth trying to figure out. If I could get my personal life to calm down a bit, I'd get a chance to release the second version of this program, which is built on a new programming environment, and will be a complete replacement for what you've already got.

So, bottom line, don't worry about figuring anything out on this one, it's trash once I get the new version out the door.
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Old 2005-02-03, 09:41 PM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

Bump!!!
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Old 2005-02-09, 08:39 AM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

Hey Raindawg - Any luck getting this fully operational. I find this a very useful tool in creating md5 checksums
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Old 2005-08-05, 11:31 PM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

I guess I'm late for the party. Audiophilia is a great idea, but I get the same error as Bowman back on page 1 (Win XP Pro 5.1 SP2 Build 2600). Is the project dead? It would be a pity, as I am sure many people can't figure out how to use shntool, and documentation is spotty. No .NET for me, I'll go the batchfile route.

Uhclem's page is great: http://home.ripway.com/2004%2D12/223394/

Also interesting:
http://research.umbc.edu/~hamilton/cgreenshntool.html
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Old 2005-08-05, 11:55 PM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

Hey guygee, try using Trader's Little Helper. Here's a thread about it with a link. It's great!

http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/...ead.php?t=3904
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Old 2005-08-06, 03:30 AM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

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Hey guygee, try using Trader's Little Helper. Here's a thread about it with a link. It's great!
And I was having so much fun perfecting my little batch files all night!

Yeah, it looks like this will be the complete package once the developer implements the encoder, finishes the "Fix-SBEs" option, and fixes some of the drag-n-drop issues. Then I can clear my desktop of MKW, FLacFrontend, md5Summer, hkSFV...(I don't know why I have some of these in the first place, they are all good for what they do, but redundant). Newest version is installed, project site is bookmarked; I will be tracking progress and testing.
I am working on fixing a show with SBE errors right now, and I really like the preview window in the error log. I almost made the mistake of not including the neighboring files of the SBE-Bad files, which would have ended up shifting stuff into the wrong tracks. Very cool.

Thanks for the heads-up, feralicious!
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Old 2005-08-06, 12:18 PM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

P.S. I hate that 10 minute edit window, so here I am replying to my own post. I've been testing the features of Trader's Little Helper, and feralicious is right, it is a great program right now, easy access to the shntool LEN mode for generating track info and finding SBE errors, easy generation of the st5/flac-fingerprint files required for torrenting. If you follow the sequence "Create Checksum File" ->"Audio File Details" , the st5/ffpt files are created and the SBE errors are automatically found, and if needed the user is transferred to "Fix SBEs" mode. Wisely, the developer has the "preview changes" box set as the default, then once you are sure your files are in the correct order, uncheck "Preview" and SBEs get fixed. Very easy to use, and very nice documentation created thoughout the process..

My post above was too negative. With just a little experience using it, I think Trader's Little Helper is a great program right now, and once the encoder is done, it will be truly the whole package: no other frontends required.
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Old 2005-08-11, 05:01 PM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

I feel that, since this was my thread originally, I should respond to this.

Yes, the intial release of Audiophilia required .NET. I since reprogrammed it in Delphi so that it could be run on any win32 system without additional packages installed, but I never released this to the public. Trader's Little Helper rolled out, and filled that gap just fine, so I never got the translated version of Audiophilia ready for public consumption.

I still use it for my own personal stuff, but as for what I recommend for others, Trader's Little Helper does the job and does it nicely.
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Old 2005-08-11, 10:13 PM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

All in all - I prefer shntool.

By the way - I finally got a response to my e-mail I sent Jason Jordan in April!

Define "near future". ;-) If you mean in the near future from now, then
yes. Thanks for the request, and I apologize for the late reply.

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> Will shntool be able to work with wavpack 4.2 in the near future????
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Old 2005-08-12, 01:56 AM
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Re: Audiophilia - The shntool frontend, v0.0.1 released, alpha testers needed

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By the way - I finally got a response to my e-mail I sent Jason Jordan in April!

Define "near future". ;-) If you mean in the near future from now, then
yes. Thanks for the request, and I apologize for the late reply.

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> Will shntool be able to work with wavpack 4.2 in the near future????
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