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Releasing PAQCompress v0.5.15

Releasing PAQCompress v0.5.15

Hi everyone, Today, I have released PAQCompress v0.5.15: This release adds the new compressor version paq8px v205fix1. This compressor update provides the following change: On some files, paq8px v205fix1 may compress better than paq8px v205, and vice versa. For some benchmarks, you can check the results at the encode.su forum here. Starting with this release, PAQCompress will be released on a 7-zip Self-Extracting Archive. The reason for this change is to keep the download file size low. Compressing with ZIP…

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Development progress on DLNA Player – September 2021

Development progress on DLNA Player – September 2021

Hi everyone, It’s been a long time since I’ve shared some news on my DLNA Player software. Truth is, I’ve been taking a break on working on personal projects. I’ve been mostly watching movies and resting, but these days I’ve decided to start working on some software again. In this post, I’d like to tell you what have been integrated in the software. In terms of the user interface, not much has changed. There’s now a new Options menu where…

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DLNA Player can now play back Audio CDs!

DLNA Player can now play back Audio CDs!

NOTE: This post was originally posted in Spanish on August 11, 2018. I’m posting the English language translation today. Hi everyone, Today, I’ve took some time to improve my “DLNA Player” software, which is capable of streaming music tracks to DLNA-Enabled players. Up to this point, the software was able to play back local files as well as music files stored on Google Drive. It wasn’t able to play Audio CD tracks. Because I have a bunch of Audio CDs,…

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Introducing HEIC To JPG Converter

Introducing HEIC To JPG Converter

Hi everyone, Today, I’m pleased to announce the first version of my HEIC To JPG Converter tool. This is a simple tool that will convert your HEIC images and photos to the more common and supported JPEG format. In today’s world, newer phones can take advantage of the HEIC image codec that will save you space, theatrically, but it’s also true that JPEG is still the dominant format whereas HEIC still have limited support. This is why I wrote this…

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