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@trixie

Great read thanks so much. Keep the Meetings ongoing and looking forward to you next blogpost. (and rave software ofcourse)

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Great read thanks so much. Keep the Meetings ongoing and looking forward to you next blogpost. (and rave software ofcourse)

Glad you enjoyed the article! As for Rave, I'm currently working on a preview build for the Amiga NG magazine, which I covered in a previous blog post. If things go well, it's my intention to release the first public version before the end of the year.

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I've enjoyed reading your blog-post, very entertaining. Aerial image of Vranov look like idyllic place, frozen in time. It's great that you have friends to talk not only computers, but Amiga as well, and for that goulash, I would love to dig into that, lol! I think I am going to do some cooking myself now, minus kettle, it's to cold outside. Thanks and cheers!

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Great read, good to know there are still active Amiga clubs out there.

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I'm glad you enjoyed the article!

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I've sent a preview version of Rave to my testers and they say that except for a few glitches, things are looking good Roman "kas1e" Kargin has offered to make a video from his testing, so you'll soon see the program in action, rather than just from screenshots.

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And there is a video preview of Rave, enjoy:

https://youtu.be/lBDXJpmMVCg

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Thank you very much, Roman!


Edited by trixie on 2022/2/28 14:25:10
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Another progress update on my blog. Enjoy!

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@trixie

Thank you for the update!
Looking forward to Rave, seems like a very great app.

Edit:Dont worry about a waporware stamp, we know you will hit the finishline,
take your time and make it great. Amiga Great!

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The new post on my blog details the final development phase of the Rave editor project, and also announces that the first public version of the program can finally be downloaded from OS4depot. Enjoy!

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Congratulations for the first release version.

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Thanks a lot, Rave is cool on a quick first glance.
Easy to edit sound files...exactly what i was looking for

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Congratulations on the first release of Rave. I hope that the users will find it helpful and start creating stuff on their AmigaOS 4 with it. After all, Amiga is for creative minds. Isn't it? :D

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@trixie

Very nice, thanx a bunch.

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Great read as always, and thanks so much for the first release of RAVE!!
Will post this on my Blog as well!

Keep up the good work!

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Very nice read mate!!!
And Rave is awesome!!!

EDIT: loaded a WAV file and in information window (File) I get:
Name: albatros.wav
Path: blahblahblah
Type: Wave
Data format: MPEG Layer III <---- ¿:-/

I don't know anything about audio/samples (en)codecs, but a WAVE file using MPEG format?


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Thank you for the Rave, I'll check it out as soon as time permits! Reading about last 5% was very interesting, I would never guess, not being a coder myself.

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Thanks for trying out Rave!

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I don't know anything about audio/samples (en)codecs, but a WAVE file using MPEG format?

Yes, that is possible. If you look at the WAV entry on Wikipedia, you'll read that "Audio in WAV files can be encoded in a variety of audio coding formats, such as GSM or MP3, to reduce the file size." So what Rave reports is indeed correct. Most WAV files, of course, contain uncompressed PCM data; yours happens to have the data compressed by the MPEG Layer III codec.

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Ok, thx for clarification

localization planed?

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localization planed?

The program is localization-ready, but because the editor is still work in progress, things keep changing all the time. The locale catalog descriptor will be sent out for translation as soon as the user interface text is stable enough.

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