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Author Topic: bass.dll as ffdShow filter?  (Read 4246 times)

AEN007

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bass.dll as ffdShow filter?
« on: April 11, 2011, 12:27:32 PM »
Today I stumbled across the DirectShow FilterPack»DSFP
The DSFP enables using bass.dll as an ffDShow filter.
The Softella - DirectShow Filter Manager is also useful and allows tweaking filter "merit".
I was wondering what having bass.dll as a ffDShow filter would do for me (& my PII)?
How does the DSFP bass.dll component interact with ffDShow mp3 decoding?
Wouldn't mind hearing/knowing what you might know/think ...

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Re: bass.dll as ffdShow filter?
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2011, 12:32:16 PM »
I don't have a clue.  Have you tried posting in the BASS forums at http://www.un4seen.com ?

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Re: bass.dll as ffdShow filter?
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2011, 03:45:58 PM »
Bass is fine. Actually, it's excellent. For PII, don't worry. As for ffdShow, I don't think it does that... if DSFP uses bass, then that's another question. Bass does facilitate access to Direct Show filters though. (It's been a bit -- I'd need to double check.)
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