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Opus GUI v1.13.2 released!

Opus GUI v1.13.2 released!

Hi everyone,

Today, I have released Opus GUI v1.13.2:

Opus GUI v1.13.2
Opus GUI v1.13.2

This release fixes a bug introduced in v1.13.0. The problem was a crash that happened when encoding files stored in Google Drive and the file did not have an extension or the extension was in the ignore.txt file.

Additionally, a folder name label has been added in the Google Drive form. You can click this label to copy the folder name to the clipboard. It may then be pasted in the output path or other locations.

You can download this release on GitHub by clicking here.

Enjoy!

SVT-AV1 GUI v1.0 released!

SVT-AV1 GUI v1.0 released!

Hi everyone,

Today, I’m pleased to release SVT-AV1 GUI:

SVT-AV1 GUI v1.0
SVT-AV1 GUI v1.0

This is a Graphical User Interface for SVT-AV1. It is similar to rav1e GUI, but instead of using rav1e, it uses SVT-AV1. Both software achieves the same purpose of converting videos to the new AV1 format.

You can download this new software at GitHub by clicking here.

Note that you need to have ffmpeg in your PC in order to use this software. You can follow this guide to download it.

Enjoy!

rav1e GUI v1.14 released!

rav1e GUI v1.14 released!

Hi everyone,

Today, I have released rav1e GUI v1.14:

rav1e GUI v1.14
rav1e GUI v1.14

This release makes it possible to encode video files with no audio. It also will predefine the output path using the input path, and change the output extension to .webm. What’s more, is that if you manually type the input path, the output path will be dynamically adjusted too!

You can download this release on GitHub by clicking here.

Enjoy!

Audio MD5 Checker v0.1 released!

Audio MD5 Checker v0.1 released!

Hi everyone,

Today, I’ve released my new tool, Audio MD5 Checker:

Audio MD5 Checker v0.1
Audio MD5 Checker v0.1

This is an essential tool to have to compare audio hashes when you are recompressing FLAC files, converting WAVs to FLACs, or recompressing MP3 files.

The tool makes use of ffmpeg to determine the audio hash and checks if the other file audio matches, making sure that the recompression or conversion went correctly.

The tool is open source and the code can be seen here.

You can download this new software on GitHub by clicking here.

You’ll need to have ffmpeg in your system. If you don’t have it, please refer to this guide.

Enjoy!