DC-Bass Source Filter
has been discontinued since 2010, and its developer, CoRoNe, released this fork, which has been added some new features and fixes.
The list of supported audio formats is quite long: MP2, MP3, MPA, M1A, M2A, OGG, OGA, OPUS, AAC, M4A, M4B, MPC, WAV, AIF, AIFC, AIFF, CDA, ALAC, M4A, APE, MAC, OFR, FLAC, TAK, TTA, WV, IT, MO3, MOD, MTM, S3M, UMX, XM and MP3, OGG, AAC and OPUS for Shoutcast streams.
SHOUTcast/Icecast Streams can be saved from within the PropertyPage or by using the IDCBassSource Interface, while SHOUTcast/Icecast Tags can be read using the IAMMediaContant or IDCBassSource Interface.
This tool can be considered an optimized version of DCoder’s Bass Source Filter and it offers users the necessary means for handling audio streams. DC-Bass Source Mod can also be considered a bridge between different programming languages (Delphi, Visual Basic, and C/C++).
Audio processing is the main objective for this application, but at the same time there are some limitations, too. For instance, DC-Bass Source Mod cannot handle audio streaming from video containers such as AVI, MPG, VOB, TS and MKV.
The latest versions of this application have been improved with support for WAV, AIF, AIFC and AIFF and with better uninstalling options (registry settings are also removed).
DC-Bass Source Mod is an excellent choice for any multimedia enthusiast who wants to enjoy full support for a wide variety of audio formats.