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Unboxing the KZ AS16 In-Ear Monitor

Unboxing the KZ AS16 In-Ear Monitor

Hi everyone, Today, I’m sharing my unboxing video of the KZ AS16 In-Ear Monitor. This IEM has 8 balanced armatures per side, for a total of 16. In the video, I compare the size of it with the KZ ZS10 Pro, which is also another of their newer IEM. I’m currently listening to the KZ AS16 and will soon give my impressions of it. In the meantime, here’s the unboxing video:

Fixing the Orange LED of the Tempotec Sonata iDSD Plus

Fixing the Orange LED of the Tempotec Sonata iDSD Plus

Hi everyone, I have found a solution for when my Tempotec iDSD Plus gets the Orange LED. The solution is fairly easy. I believe that something may not be making good contact with the printed circuit board and may be preventing the DAC from working. However, slightly pushing around the SmartAction SA2000 chip, it seems to make the LED change back to green and allow the unit to work. You can see the video below where you can see the…

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The UGREEN 2.5-inch HDD and SSD to USB-C 3.1 Enclosure Unboxing and Testing Video

The UGREEN 2.5-inch HDD and SSD to USB-C 3.1 Enclosure Unboxing and Testing Video

Hi everyone, As I promised in the original post of the UGREEN 2.5-inch Hard Disk Drive and Solid State Disk to USB-C 3.1 Enclosure post, here I share with you my unboxing and testing video. In the video, you’ll first see me as I go through the unboxing process and then I’ll be using CrystalDiskMark to test how the enclosure handles a 1TB Hard Disk Drive. Watch the video below:

rav1e GUI v1.8 released!

rav1e GUI v1.8 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I’ve released rav1e GUI v1.8: This release adds a pause/resume button that allows you to pause and resume the encoding session right from the GUI. It also allows you to resume a previous session if the software is closed or a system crash occurs. When there’s an interrupted session, say, your machine crashed, those hours wasted encoding the video are not entirely lost, because now, when you open the software again, it will recognize that there was…

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Unboxing the KZ ZS7 IEM

Unboxing the KZ ZS7 IEM

Hi everyone, Today, I’m sharing my Unboxing video of the KZ ZS7 IEM. These have become my new favorite IEM to use to listen to music. They have a really good sound reproduction. Watch the video below: Do you have these IEMs? What do you think?

rav1e GUI v1.7 released!

rav1e GUI v1.7 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released v1.7 of rav1e GUI: This version will now check if the user has entered an input and output file and that a temporary folder has been specified. If the user hasn’t entered an input file, this message will be shown: If the user hasn’t entered an output file, this message will be shown: Finally, if the user hasn’t specified a temporary folder to use, this message will be shown: This release closes issue #5…

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rav1e GUI v1.6 released!

rav1e GUI v1.6 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I’ve released v1.6 of rav1e GUI: This new release adds Drag-and-Drop support, which means you can now drag and drop a video file into the GUI or software executable and it will be used as the input automatically. No need to browse for the input video file again! That is, of course, if you use the new drag and drop feature. You can download this new release at GitHub here: https://github.com/moisesmcardona/rav1e_gui/releases/tag/v1.6) Enjoy!

rav1e encoding test – commit f032557

rav1e encoding test – commit f032557

Hi everyone, Today, I’m sharing yet another AV1-encoded video using rav1e. As usual, it was encoded with parameters -q 175 -s 0. This video started encoding at 7:29:10 PM yesterday and concluded at 5:01:07 AM today. Enjoy and let me know what do you think of the quality: I’ve also updated rav1e GUI to include this rav1e build. Download at the rav1e GUI page.

rav1e encoding test – using rav1e 0.1.0 commit 3caefbd

rav1e encoding test – using rav1e 0.1.0 commit 3caefbd

Hi everyone, Yesterday, I started encoding one video I recorded in 2011. The encode started at 12:39:28 PM yesterday and finished at 9:50:41 AM today. Encode settings where -q 175 -s0 and the audio is encoded using opus at a bitrate of 64kb. The resulting size of this video is just 12.9MB! See it below: The video was encoded using my tool, rav1e GUI