Владелец: garlialgeque
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Files which contains id3v1 + ape2 tags (but tag info was not in both, ie artist just id3v1, then artist was not being read) Data was being lost converting small length samples 750ms from 11KHz to 44KHz with wave CD Input >> options: couldn't change Rip to path, or File Arrangement on first try, also Rip to Path limited characters could type. Audio Converter - shutdown option from Power Pack page not used correctly if play a sound in Audio Converter is on and skip finished is checked, sound was never played Adaptive Normalize bug that could jumble up an audio file (bits at the end in the middle) A corrupt audio cd could crash CD ripping (non rip to ram) Wave - certain PCM waves incorrectly have CBextra !=0 (which was causing problems later) cd input - select last track (edit track name) then straight away click artist - the last track looses focus and typing the artist sets for all tracks mp3 decoder was not working on mp2 decoding When calling getpopupinfo.exe (is separate so if audoi file reading crashes it crashes getpopup not the shell!), if selected a ram drive it would call getupupinfo indefinitely, now caches last Rip to Ram was taking cpu cycles when shouldn't have, now more efficient (now when ripping to wave on mine cpu is 10% usage) Unicode popup info in Explorer had problems Explorer columns now displays unicode characters (R12 will be required to read from filenames containing unicode letters) This happens because both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis use "lossy" compression schemes, so they throw away part of the audio information in order to decrease the size of the output file: when you convert a full quality audio source (like a CD audio or a Wav or a Flac file) to Ogg Vorbis, the compression will throw away some information, and again when you convert from Ogg to MP3 the encoding process will throw away other information. How to convert mp3 to ogg Get More Info: that history download online ogg to mp3 industrial