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Google Drive Uploader & Explorer Tool v1.11 released!

Google Drive Uploader & Explorer Tool v1.11 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released v1.11 of Google Drive Uploader & Explorer Tool: This version improves the performance of the software, especially the browsing experience. The code has been reworked to provide a better experience and it also updates the Google APIs to their latest versions. You can see the full changelog below: Refactored code to improve performance and stability. Updated Google APIs. Disabled “Move” button when moving is in progress. Now targets .NET Framework 4.8. You can download…

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Opus GUI v1.4 released!

Opus GUI v1.4 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I’ve released v1.4 of Opus GUI: This version is actually a bug fix that the software had for some time with no reports of it, and it was a silly bug. It didn’t allowed you to specify a bitrate higher than 100kbit/s. Now, with that fixed, you can encode files up to 320kbit/s. Yay! You can download this new release at GitHub here: https://github.com/moisesmcardona/opus_gui/releases/tag/v1.4 Enjoy!

opusenc.exe new build using libopus 1.3-rc2-2-ga8e2a2b1-dirty – resample quality level 10 – Opus GUI updated

opusenc.exe new build using libopus 1.3-rc2-2-ga8e2a2b1-dirty – resample quality level 10 – Opus GUI updated

Hi everyone, Today, I bring you a new version of opusenc.exe, using libopus 1.3-rc2-2-ga8e2a2b1-dirty: This version brings the changes performed up to today’s commit, but I also upped the Speex Resampler quality from 5 to 10, as you can see in the following image: As usual, I’m encoding my files using the latest commit. Also, I’ve updated Opus GUI to include this build: Download links: opusenc – opus-tools 0.2-dirty (using libopus 1.3-rc2-2-ga8e2a2b1-dirty) with resampler quality 10 Opus GUI v1.3 with…

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Opusenc build using libopus 1.3-rc2-1-g5d290239-dirty – Opus GUI v1.3 updated

Opusenc build using libopus 1.3-rc2-1-g5d290239-dirty – Opus GUI v1.3 updated

Hi everyone, Today, I compiled opusenc.exe to include today’s commit. This brings libopus to version 1.3-rc2-1-g5d290239-dirty. I’ve also updated Opus GUI to include this build: You can download the new build and the updated Opus GUI using the following links: opusenc.exe using libopus 1.3-rc2-1-g5d290239-dirty Opus GUI v1.3 with opusenc opus-tools 0.1.10-85-g10aae4d-dirty (using libopus 1.3-rc2-1-g5d290239-dirty) Enjoy!

New opusenc.exe build with a bug fix regarding the output filename

New opusenc.exe build with a bug fix regarding the output filename

Hi everyone, Today, I fixed a bug in my opusenc code regarding the output filename when it is not provided. The issue was that if a file didn’t had an extension, then the output string would be empty, so in reality, the encoded file would not be stored. This has been fixed in my latest commits still awaiting approval to be merged into the official opusenc GitHub repository. The new updated code is the following: There are now two “if”…

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Rip your Audio CD to Opus using my latest opusenc.exe build with Exact Audio Copy

Rip your Audio CD to Opus using my latest opusenc.exe build with Exact Audio Copy

Hi everyone, Today, I’d like to show you the steps to rip your Audio CD to Opus using Exact Audio Copy and my latest opusenc.exe build. Why use my opusenc.exe build? First, it includes the newly added –tracknumber argument which enables you to easily pass the track number to the opus file. Second, it is not needed to specify the output filename, as it will use the same input name. For Exact Audio Copy, this means that you only need…

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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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