Just installed DSD+ and dropped the lame_enc.dll into the directory. However, here's what I get:
"The procedure entry point beEncodeChunk could not be located in the dynamic link library ...\DSDPlus1\DSDPlus.exe."
Any ideas as to what might be causing this error? (And, yes, I shortened
my path with "..." in the about error message quote, if it's relevant)
I figured I'd give DSD+ a try again but I had issues about a year ago
and just stuck with the plain old DSD. It looks like it has some nice
features, so I'd finally like to get with the times but I'm stuck.
In this simple guide to setting up DSD, I show what you will need, and
how to get started, along with a few other bits of useful information
that I'm sure will come in handy when listening to digital voice. I also
show some MOTOTRBO going through a repeater, and listening on the
repeaters input channel.
Can somebody please make a YouTube video on this process….I barely know
how to use Linux. Now you want me to run a compile program?? Step 1
and 2 were easy. Steps 3 through 8 need a hell of a lot more detail for
the average user. so please spare me a few brain cells and I
only started learning about the linux OS because of the Pi.
make the compiled exe available for download
You can use cmake and make to compile the dsd.exe:
install libsndfile-devel, make, cmake and cpp in cygwin, extract both archives and then goto mbelib dir and type:
I know that there are P25 and some sort of digital EDACS system nearby and want to decode them with DSD. What kind of scanner do I need?Do I need a trunk tracking scanner capable of tracking EDACS or any conventional analog scanner with discriminator tap will work?
Any scanner with a discriminator tap will do. DSD is only decoding audio, it doesn't matter what your scanner is doing or capable of doing just as long as an audio feed is being fed into your computer.
I have SDR sharp up and running I installed DSD+ and virtual cable. I can not get anything to decode. I tired Virtual cable default in sounds play and record and have Audio output in SDR set to input VB cable. What am I doing wrong I went over the instruction so many times my heads about to explode...lol Can anyone help me Please? This is all new to me!
This is how to install DSDplus to do trunking using version 1.08t available from the fast lane early access.
Some note from the maker of DSDplus:
and DSD+ audio device numbers are "different" because FMP uses output
devices and you were looking at DSD+ input devices (which is correct
when linking to FMP/SDR#); in/out numbers can be different because you
might have different devices, like an extra input or output device,
which can shift all of the following devices numbers.
you make a device the default in or out device, it becomes in or out
device #1 (IIRC), which again, shifts the other device numbers.
and site names have to be manually added to the DSDPlus.networks and
DSDPlus.sites files. Systems do not broadcast these names.
trunk voice following, the four FMP/DSD+ console windows ("DOS
windows") do not provide much useful information; they can be minimized
(by clicking minimize button in upper right corner of window)