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morituri 0.2.3 'moved' released!

Posted By:  thomasvs @ Jul 16 2014, 04:55
morituri is a CD ripper aiming for accuracy over speed.
morituri runs on Linux and possibly other Unix-based systems.
Its features are modeled to compare with Exact Audio Copy on Windows.
For more information, see http://thomas.apestaart.org/morituri/trac/

This is morituri 0.2.3, "moved"

Coverage in 0.2.3: 68 % (2058 / 3019), 106 python tests

Bugs fixed in 0.2.3:

in github:
- 81: Show morituri version in cue and update TODO.
- 78: Use standard AM_PATH_PYTHON rather than broken AS_PATH_PYTHON.
- 77: Save MusicBrainz DiscID to tags.
- 74: Support dev on Eclipse and Pydev by .gitignoring two project files.
- 68: Also show the ...
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ASIO4ALL 2.11 released

Posted By:  Garf @ Jun 18 2014, 10:35

Changes since version 2.10:
  • Improvement: Make an attempt to reclaim an unavailable audio device, includes workaround for a (confirmed) Windows bug.
  • Improvement: Add general fixed factor resampling capabilty
  • Improvement: Latencies now displayed for the preferred buffer size, if host elects to violate the spec.
  • Improvement: Support for single common sample rate that is *not* a multiple of 8 or 11.05
  • Many fixes and workarounds for bugs.
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Site reorganisation / move

Posted By:  Garf @ May 26 2014, 18:00
Hi all,

I will be reorganizing HA and related sites such as the wiki soon. Expect some temporary outages during that time. We will likely also move the main site address from hydrogenaudio.org to hydrogenaud.io (done!). I'll post a note when the move is over.

This should make it a bit easier to update parts of the site separately from each other. ...
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Rarewares is Back

Posted By:  john33 @ May 8 2014, 04:33
Just to let everyone know, we have taken over hosting ourselves and everything is available as previously and with the same addresses.

Apologies for any inconvenience and hopefully we won't have any repetition of this problem. ...
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foobar2000 mobile fundraiser

Posted By:  Peter @ Apr 10 2014, 14:54

Support the creation of foobar2000 mobile, a fantastic new player which targets iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone & tablets. Featuring innovative never seen before abilities, help create an extraordinary player.

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