Today, I applied a fix to my DLNA software that allows you to stream music via the DLNA protocol to your DLNA renderer devices.
This fix applies only to the Opus and FLAC wav file access code, and is for a problem that happened if a temp.wav file is still in use. and the software tries to access the file. This caused a "File in use" problem and the software would throw an error.
My solution was to make a loop to try to read the file until it is successfully read:
Over the weekend, I recorded this video in which I show you how to use your Hidizs AP80 High Resolution Music Player as a High Quality USB LDAC Bluetooth Transmitter. It's very simple to do and for the PC, it is just a USB Audio Class 2 device. The Hidizs AP80 is in charge of getting the audio that the PC sends to it and it then uses the LDAC Bluetooth codec to encode the music and transmit it to an LDAC-compatible Bluetooth Receiver.
Watch the video below:
Today, I have released Opus GUI v1.6:
This new version adds support for ffmpeg, allowing you to choose between opusenc and ffmpeg to encode your music files.
To download this new version, click here. You'll be redirected to the project's GitHub page.
Today, I'm sharing my video of the Revonext 3.5mm 3-button and mic to 2-pin 0.78mm IEM cable:
Today, I have released PAQCompress v0.3.3 and v0.3.4. Yup, 2 versions in a day. What happened was that paq8pxd v63 was first released, so I downloaded it and added support for it in PAQCompress. That's what v0.3.3 adds. A few minutes later, it turns out that paq8px v178 was also released, so I also added support in PAQCompress and that's what v0.3.4 adds:
Today, I'm sharing my Unboxing video of the Yinyoo 2.5mm Balanced to 2-pin IEM In-Ear Monitor cable. This is a 2.5mm balanced to 2-pin 0.78mm cable that is compatible with IEM's like the KZ ZS7 which I have. In this video, I'll also be testing the cable with my HiBy R3:
Today, I've released rav1e GUI v1.8:
This release adds a pause/resume button that allows you to pause and resume the encoding session right from the GUI. It also allows you to resume a previous session if the software is closed or a system crash occurs.
Today, I'm sharing my Unboxing video of the KZ ZS7 IEM. These have become my new favorite IEM to use to listen to music. They have a really good sound reproduction. Watch the video below:
Today, I have released v1.7 of rav1e GUI:
This version will now check if the user has entered an input and output file and that a temporary folder has been specified.
If the user hasn't entered an input file, this message will be shown:
If the user hasn't entered an output file, this message will be shown: