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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…

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Introducing IPFS Local Explorer

Introducing IPFS Local Explorer

Hi everyone, I present to you today IPFS Local Explorer: I started coding this software yesterday, in order to work with my local IPFS storage node. It allows file upload, creating new folders, removing content, and opening the files and folders on an IPFS Gateway. It’s very simple, actually, and the best part is that it’s open source! You can check out the source code in GitHub here: https://github.com/moisesmcardona/IPFS_Local_Manager Enjoy!

Opus GUI V1.3 released and collaborating in the opus-tool GitHub repository

Opus GUI V1.3 released and collaborating in the opus-tool GitHub repository

Hi everyone, Today, I’ve released Opus GUI: This build brings an option to enable or disable multithreading and also allows you to encode files to the same input folder by leaving the output textbox blank. This is in part, thanks to a few commits I’ve performed today and currently awaiting a Pull Request approval to merge these commits into the opus-tools repo. Yesterday, I got my first Pull Request approved which added an argument called “–tracknumber”. This allows you to…

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Opus GUI v1.2 with libopus 1.3-rc-22 and libopusenc 0.1.1-55 release + opusenc.exe new build

Opus GUI v1.2 with libopus 1.3-rc-22 and libopusenc 0.1.1-55 release + opusenc.exe new build

Hi everyone, Today, I’ve compiled libopus, libopusenc and of course, opusenc to include their latest commits: This build contains: libopus 1.3-rc-22 libopusenc 0.1.1-55 I’ve also included this new build of opusenc.exe with Opus GUI: Below are the download links: Opus GUI v1.2 with opusenc (using libopus-1.3-rc-22 and libopusenc 0.1.1-55) opusenc using libopus 1.3-rc-22 and libopusenc 0.1.1-55 Enjoy!

Opus GUI v1.2 released!

Opus GUI v1.2 released!

Hi everyone, Late yesterday, I released v1.2 of Opus GUI: This new release brings several improvements. v1.1 was also released but was immediately superseded by v1.2 due to an uncorrected bitrate bug. First, the GUI will now display the opusenc.exe version being used. This is useful because sometimes, new opusenc versions are released which I personally compile and try to see if there’s new improvements to the audio files. The other improvement is that the software will try to detect…

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Opus GUI v1.0 released!

Opus GUI v1.0 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released Opus GUI v1.0, which is a tool to encode FLAC or WAV files to the Free and Open Source Opus file format: It is very easy to use, just follow these steps: Browse for a folder that contains FLAC or WAV files. Browse for a folder to store the encoded files. Write a bitrate number. I personally use 64 to encode files to 64kbit using Variable Bit Rate. Press the “Start” button. That’s all!…

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FLAC GUI v1.2 Released!

FLAC GUI v1.2 Released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released v1.2 of FLAC GUI: This version adds Multi-Threaded encoding, meaning that each of your CPU threads will encode a file, significantly speeding up the encoding process. For example, if you have a folder with lots of music files and you have an AMD Ryzen 7 2700X CPU which has 16 threads, you’ll be encoding 16 music files at a time! This assuming that the folder contains 16 or more files. If the folder contains…

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FLAC GUI v1.1 released!

FLAC GUI v1.1 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I’ve released FLAC GUI v1.1: This new version includes 2 options that will further improve the compression of the FLAC files. These options are: Exhaustive model search (-e flag in the flac.exe command line) Exhaustively search LP coeff quantization (-p flag in the flac.exe command line) By enabling these options in the GUI, you’ll save a few kb per FLAC files but the encoding time will be a little slower. If you don’t mind waiting a few…

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