BeLight - a BeSweet GUI


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CoMa

BeLight
http://belight.corecodec.org/
http://corecodec.org/projects/belight/

BeLight is a new Graphical User Interface for BeSweet

- BeLight supports as Input files : AC3, MP2, MP3, MPA, VORBIS,
WAV, AVI, VOB, LST & MUX.
- BeLight supports as Output Formats : AAC/MP4, AC3, MP2,
MP3, VORBIS, WAV, AIFF.
- Provides the most BeSweet functions (Gain, SSRC, Boost,
Changing Frame - Rate, Soundtouch, Partial Encoding...).
- Plugins Support.
- Presets.
- Shibatch Equalizer.
- Delay Detection from the input filename.
- Multilanguage Support
(German, Spanish, English and French for the moment).

How to use it ?
It's very simple. First grab the last beta release of BeSweet from
DSPGuru website then put BeLight in the same folder as BeSweet
and load it. That's all...



BeSweet
http://www.dspguru.doom9.net/

BeSweet is an audio transcoding tool. it lets you convert audio files from
one format to another. supported formats : MP3, AC3, WAV, MP2, AVI, Aiff,
VOB, Ogg Vorbis.

BeSweet also includes some nice signal processing features :
- One-pass & Two-pass Normalization. Dynamic Range Compression.
- Sample-Rate Conversion. Frame-Rate Conversion (NTSC to PAL, etc'..)
- Partial Encoding of long streams. Splitting & Merging audio streams.
- Extraction of audio streams from AVI & VOBs.
- Delay Correction. Silence Insertion.
- Support for external plugins.

The whole transcoding process is done with floating-point arithmethics,
reaching high-quality encodes. No intermediate, temporary, files are being
created by BeSweet while running. saving precious disk space.

Potential usage of BeSweet :
- Encoding music to MP3, Ogg Vorbis.
- Encoding movie soundtracks for DVD, SVCD, VCD, AVI, OGM.
- Decoding compressed tracks in order to burn AUDIO CDs.
- Transcoding compressed tracks in order to burn DolbyDigital CDs.



/CoMa
 
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Gabriele Neukam

On that special day, CoMa, ([email protected]) said...
BeSweet
http://www.dspguru.doom9.net/

BeSweet is an audio transcoding tool. it lets you convert audio files from
one format to another. supported formats : MP3, AC3, WAV, MP2, AVI, Aiff,
VOB, Ogg Vorbis.

hmmm. The thing has *.dll plugins. The name made me really think, it
were just a remainder of the BeOS attempt (a kind of multimedia Unix),
which has now been converted into two flavours, an open source branch
and a commercial version, called Zeta. But it seems to be running in
Windows, instead.


Gabriele Neukam

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