Browsed by
Tag: cmix

CMIX GUI v1.9 now available

CMIX GUI v1.9 now available

Hi everyone, Today, I have released CMIX GUI v1.9: This new version adds the cmix v19 compressor version released last month. cmix v19 brings the following improvement: For a benchmark and compression results on this new cmix version, check the cmix forum post at the encode.su forum here. You can download this new version on GitHub by clicking here. Enjoy!

CMIX GUI v1.7 released!

CMIX GUI v1.7 released!

Hi everyone, I have released CMIX GUI v1.7 today: This version adds support for cmix v17, which was released a few days ago. You can download this new release at the project’s GitHub repository by clicking here. Enjoy!

PAQCompress v0.3 and cmix_gui v1.6 released!

PAQCompress v0.3 and cmix_gui v1.6 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released PAQCompress v0.3: This release allows you to drag and drop a file into the software executable and it will pre-fill the input and output textboxes, saving you time from browsing for an input and output location. You can download this release at GitHub here: https://github.com/moisesmcardona/PAQCompress/releases/tag/v0.3 I’ve also released CMIX GUI v1.6: This release adds cmix_v16f and improves the software logging. As with PAQCompress, you can also now drag and drop a file into the…

Read More Read More

cmix_gui v1.5 released!

cmix_gui v1.5 released!

Hi everyone, Yesterday, Veterans Day Holiday, I was working at improving the cmix GUI software. New versions of the cmix compression software were released and so, I added support for them. cmix GUI now supports cmix_v16c, v16d, and v16e! Other improvements includes fixing the log window as it seems cmix switched from using Standard Output (stdout) to Standard Error (stderr). This prevented the log from showing the output. Also, in the process, there were code improvements performed. Lastly, the software…

Read More Read More

cmix_gui v1.2 Available Now!

cmix_gui v1.2 Available Now!

Hi everyone, In the past few days, I’ve released v1.2 of cmix_gui, a cmix Graphical User Interface. This version looks like this: The new changes are that the software now tells you available, free and used RAM and also add a “Clear Log” button. Changelog: Download: You can download the new version here. The source code is available here. Enjoy!

cmix_gui v1.1 released! And how it works

cmix_gui v1.1 released! And how it works

Repository: https://github.com/moisespr123/cmix_gui Hi everyone, Today, I’m proud to announce the release of cmix_gui v1.1. This version makes an interesting change to the software, which brought some internal coding in order to make this work. The main feature here is that the Command Prompt window no longer shows with the cmix executable progress. Instead, all of the progress is now shown inside a Rich Text Box element and you can also save the “log” into a text file. Here’s how the English GUI…

Read More Read More

cmix_gui v1.0r3 – More improvements to the cmix_gui Graphical User Interface

cmix_gui v1.0r3 – More improvements to the cmix_gui Graphical User Interface

Repository: https://github.com/moisespr123/cmix_gui Hi everyone, Yesterday, I introduced you to my graphical user interface cmix_gui, for the cmix compression software. Today, I continued working with cmix_gui and made 2 major improvements to it. File preprocessing v1.0r2 which I worked today morning adds support for the -s argument of cmix, which preprocesses a file using a dictionary (In this case, with the provided english.dic file). You can also throw a folder to the software and it will preprocess each file inside the folder and subfolders. Also note that…

Read More Read More

Introducing cmix_gui

Introducing cmix_gui

Repository: https://github.com/moisespr123/cmix_gui Hi everyone, Today, I started working on a new GUI (Graphical User Interface) for another excellent compression software which works only on the command line. This compressor is called cmix and was created by Byron Knoll. It is also open source and released under the GPL license. This is what cmix looks under the command prompt: It’s very simple to use there. If you want to compress a file, you pass the -c parameter along with the input file and an output…

Read More Read More