Today, I received the UGREEN USB to Micro USB Y cable and I'm going to show it to you and also my use of it.
The UGREEN USB to Micro USB Y cable is a USB cable that splits into 2, and yes, you can use it to connect 2 devices simultaneously and transfer data to them because the cable acts as a USB Hub. This is the cable
Taken out of the package:
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:
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.
Today, I've released Opus GUI v1.3:
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.
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:
As you may have seen from my previous posts, I've been developing GUI's for FLAC and Opus, which are 2 great audio formats. This, of course, means I listen to music, and to enjoy them, I use my Hidizs DH1000 USB DAC/Amp. The sound it produces is awesome, but I've been having issues lately due to it charging very slow.
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 v1.1 was also released but was immediately superseded by v1.2 due to an uncorrected bitrate bug.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.
Today, I provide you a build of opusenc.exe from the opus-tools package. This version includes libopus-1.3-rc-19 which includes the opus commits up to commit eb55ebf.
This version of opusenc.exe was compiled using Visual Studio 2017 and was compiled for 64-bit systems.