DJWrap is an effort to create an open format for combining several MPEG audio streams into one, without losing information about the original files and without disturbing the stream with erroneous or misplaced data. To this is added MD5 checksumming of each individual substream as well as an extendable data format which will, to the furthest extent, provide both backward and forward compatibility. It also supports both DJWrap and AlbumWrap files, and therefore replaces ALBWtool, which has been discontinued.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing Documentation multimedia Sound/Audio Conversion Software Development Libraries Archiving Packaging Utilities|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in djwrap_finalize_h that caused it to return ERR_OK when it shouldn't (just after rendering the tag). This would make wrapping files stop at that point, and the output file would be empty. The library has also been fixed so that the ALBW parser accepts comma (,) as a decimal point in fields. Apparently, the original ALBW creator makes use of the localized number formatting of the computer it is run on, which cause incompatibilities between files from different countries. A couple of other minor changes were also made.
Release Notes: This version contains updates to the format to make it more tamper-proof. The library has undergone numerous enhancements to make it more usable from other programs. The code has also been cleaned up, and many bugs have been fixed, both old and new.
Release Notes: The code now not only compiles on MSVC, but is tested and working on Windows.
Release Notes: This release fixes all that went wrong in 0.9.1. AlbumWrap parsing is now working and can (probably) read all valid ALBW files out there. The code has been cleaned and is now easier to port/compile.
No changes have been submitted for this release.