dbpoweramp Music Converter™ 14.4

Kamis, 28 Februari 2013

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Audio conversion perfected, effortlessly convert between formats. dBpoweramp Music Converter™ has become 'the standard' tool for audio conversions, over 30 million users worldwide rely on dBpoweramp. It is safe to say, no other audio program converts more multi-format audio files than dBpoweramp, we have spent 8 years perfecting format-compatibility and conversion stability.


• Convert audio files with elegant simplicity. mp3, mp4, m4a (iTunes / iPod), Windows Media Audio (WMA), Ogg     Vorbis, AAC, Monkeys Audio, FLAC, Apple Lossless (ALAC) to name a few! 

• Multi CPU Encoding Support, 
• Rip digitally record audio CDs (with CD Ripper), 
• Batch Convert large numbers of files with 1 click, 
• Windows Integration popup info tips, audio properties, columns, edit ID-Tags, 
• DSP Effects such as Volume Normalize, or Graphic EQ [Power Pack Option], 
  Changes in 14.4:

• Allows multi item tags to be stored in non standard fields, for example Arranger Item1; Item2 would be split when   stored into FLAC
• m4a tagging could set an Explicit or other rating by mistake
• m4a tagging would display a title of 'ABC/DEF' as 2 split titles
• mp3 tagging, better compatibility for ANSI & date with year
• mp3 tagging, standard compliant behavior that most software does not  support is now opt-in
• mp3 tagging lyrics mapping fixed
• mp3 tagging 'initial key' implemented
• new command line -sourceisfloat for coreconverter.exe (also allows multi-encoder to send floating point to an       encoder)
• AIFF tagging fix (could indicate file was corrupted)
• FLAC tagging bug fix, was writing ';' for comment when had multi-lines
• FLAC tagging METADATA_BLOCK_PICTURE read as artwork (outside the flac tagging spec...)
  Bug Fixes

• [IF!EQUALS] was not working correctly
• Wave id3 tagging fix (where could write an extra byte to the end of the file, giving a warning on wave    decode)
• Converting wave (LIST + id3 tagged file) >> wave would only write (id3 tag)
• m4a tag writer was inefficient when trying to trim a huge tag (image as base64, for example) down to the allowed    255 chars
• A badly corrupted FLAC file could cause the converter to terminate encode based on timeout, not reported errors
• CD ripper - if reading ISRC and was not present for a track, then track+1 would not have ISRC read either
• CD ripper, batch converter, would default their positions if moved to a certain display (on multi monitor systems)

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