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Google Drive Uploader & Explorer Tool v1.14 has been released!

Google Drive Uploader & Explorer Tool v1.14 has been released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released Google Drive Uploader & Explorer Tool v1.14: This version has the following changes: Added an Open button to go directly to a Folder ID. Can now copy the folder name by clicking it. Can now stop uploads. Bug fixes. Updated Google APIs. You can download it on GitHub by clicking here. Enjoy!

rav1e GUI v1.17 released!

rav1e GUI v1.17 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released rav1e GUI v1.17: This new version will encode files without producing huge .y4m temporary files. It also disables 2-pass encoding in quantizer mode, which is not supported by rav1e. You can use 2-pass encoding in bitrate mode. You can download this new release on GitHub by clicking here. Enjoy!

Google Drive Uploader & Explorer Tool v1.13 has been released!

Google Drive Uploader & Explorer Tool v1.13 has been released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released Google Drive Uploader & Explorer Tool v1.13: This version has the following changes: Fixed the Raw download URL generation. Added nested RAW download URL generation (CTRL + U on folders, or right-click and select the RAW Url option). Added option to generate cURL script (Compatible with MSYS2 and WSL). Updated Google APIs. You can download it on GitHub by clicking here. Enjoy!

Opus GUI v1.16 released

Opus GUI v1.16 released

Hi everyone, Today, I have released Opus GUI v1.16: This release adds a new text file called audioformats.txt. In this file, you can specify the file extensions that the GUI will process: You can add new extensions as long as ffmpeg supports it, and they will be processed only if ffmpeg is present. Otherwise, only WAV files will be processed. This version also has some bug fixes and improvements and updates the Google APIs to their latest version. You can…

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Collaborating in the exhale project – Part 2

Collaborating in the exhale project – Part 2

Hi everyone, Yesterday, I began working on my second collaboration for the exhale xHE-AAC USAC encoder. This time, I worked on adding an argument to print the software version on the console. The above is the main software, printing its information as well as how to use it. There was no option to print the version only. Ideally, I just wanted a way to print something like exhale version 1.0.3 …..so that I can easily parse it as I do…

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My first GitLab contribution: exhale encoder

My first GitLab contribution: exhale encoder

Hi everyone, Yesterday, I collaborated on the exhale xHE-AAC Audio Encoder to add compatibility to compile the project on MinGW on Windows. The exhale project is an Open-Source xHE-AAC USAC encoder. It allows you to encode wave (WAV) files to M4A using this specific codec. Originally, compilation on Windows was done using Visual Studio, and this worked fine, but when compiling it on MSYS2/MinGW, it gave some issues, specifically: It also complained about fprintf_s, so some changes needed to be…

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SVT-AV1 GUI v1.6 has been released

SVT-AV1 GUI v1.6 has been released

Hi everyone, Today, I have released SVT-AV1 GUI v1.6: This release changes some encoding flags that will soon be deprecated, removing some warnings that were being printed on the screen, and making it compatible with the latest releases of the SVT-AV1 encoder. You can download this new version on GitHub by clicking here. Enjoy!

Audio MD5 Checker v0.7 released

Audio MD5 Checker v0.7 released

Hi everyone, Today, I have released Audio MD5 Checker v0.7: This version adds the ability to change the Frame Size by clicking on the new Set Frame Size link: Also, the Source Checksums and Frame Mistatches listbox are now resizable: You can download this new version on GitHub by clicking here. Enjoy!

Audio MD5 Checker v0.5 released!

Audio MD5 Checker v0.5 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released Audio MD5 Checker v0.5: This release adds a FrameMD5 check in addition to the usual MD5 check performed to the audio stream. This makes it possible to see where the mismatches are in a file. Here’s how to use the new MD5 feature of it: All files will be checked with both MD5 and FrameMD5. When the file checking finishes, double click on either the source or comparison file. The whole FrameMD5 information will…

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