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dBpowerAMP Music Converter Release 10 Beta 8, AccurateRip ready for other Rippers
spoon
post Aug 4 2003, 22:59
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AccurateRip has been updated, two major changes: firstly it is transportable to other applications (Andre has hinted it will be implemented into EAC!) and 2ndly it is now compatible with multioffset discs (discs from different batches, everything identical except sample are off shifted by x samples).

Notable additions to dMC: Wave - Compatible with WaveFORMATExtensible wave files, rewritten to support 24 bit & high frequency multichannel through a flexible new compression page.
Mp3 tagging is unicode 8 compatible (Windows NT, 2000 & XP only).


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Existing people who have used AccurateRip, if you have data to submit do it first before installing Beta 8 and before installing Beta 8 make a note of your drives offset (Audio CD Input >> Options), then install Beta 8 and it will offer to find the offset again, tell me if the new offset found does not match the existing.
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Download:

http://www.dbpoweramp.com/beta/dMC-r10beta8.exe

1.6MB


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post Aug 5 2003, 06:56
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this is really something special here... and I can't wait for this part:
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(Andre has hinted it will be implemented into EAC!)


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WARNING: Changing of advanced parameters might degrade sound quality. Modify them only if you are expirienced in audio compression!
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post Aug 5 2003, 16:26
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I have a question,

in which cases I can enable 2-pass encoding for WMA9? I want to experiment with WMA 9 a bit for my long trip and iMP-350. 2-pass checkbox seems to be disabled permanently sad.gif

TIA


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spoon
post Aug 5 2003, 17:38
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That option is in the Power Pack.


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post Aug 5 2003, 22:55
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Do you know, any FREE software (other then Windows Media Encoder) that can covert to WMA9 2-pass VBR files?

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post Aug 11 2003, 01:38
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Do you know, any FREE software (other then Windows Media Encoder) that can covert to WMA9 2-pass VBR files?


No, but you can download WMA encoder 9 (not WMP) from MS and play with the switches to do exactly that. I have NO IDEA how to do it. Spoon's program makes it easy to do. Its really just a front end for the encoder.

Having ponied up the $20 for the powerpack, I highly recommend you do the same. Its well worth it and you are supporting a great programmer. $20 is not a fortune. You will be able to do a lot with dBPoweramp.
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