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  1. Ability to save, export, and choose whole environments in dBpoweramp

    Currently, there is the possibility to save different settings for DSP effect which includes custom tagging, for each individual codec. However, there's no option to save setups for, say, the...
  2. Re: Req: increase the number of simultaneous threads

    Running a dual Xeon system with 20 cores and 40 threads, so I would also like to see this - perhaps with something that would sense hard drive usage % and decrease threads if the drives are getting...
  3. 64 bit floating point Stereo from Reaper gives 32 bit FP mono using WavPack

    Came across an odd bug - if I try to compress intermediate 64-bit stereo files sampled at 176.4Khz from Reaper (say, to work on them later) and use WavPack, I get 32-bit mono files out. I contacted...
  4. Warning before ripping a CD already in your collection

    Good Morning!

    I searched through this forum and surprisingly did not find any other threads on this particular topic, so here it goes:

    I have a fairly sizable FLAC library on a home server and...
  5. Thread: Scaling up?

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    Re: Scaling up?

    Hey Spoon, just wanted to throw this out there - when it comes to upscaling, GigaPixel AI by Topaz is pretty darn impressive - probably beyond the scope of what we can do with this software, but if...
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    Re: Feature request - auto optimization

    Sorry for the late response - basically the process of using machine learning to figure out just how far you can compress an image without visual degradation. Here's someone who is doing exactly...
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    Re: quality levels?

    Hey Spoon, would it be difficult to impliment an option where the program would try all options for each image and pick the best filesize to quality image? This could come in really handy for Web...
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    Feature request - auto optimization

    First off, you are killing it with these new programs. Very smart to stick with a proven formula that works! Pricing scheme is perfect too. Not too cheap, but not so expensive the average high...
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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Ahh, cool! It'll be a bit before I have 64 usable threads :D

    Right now this chip - Intel Xeon E5-2698 v4 - 2.2 GHz - 20-Core - 40 Threads - 50 MB Cache is $3,400 each. No thanks! :)

    If only...
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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    I'm using the CPU Force option to only use 1 core per encoder instead of 4. Hard drive usage is at between 1%-5% so that shouldn't be an issue... I'm encoding H264 at the slowest setting, so it's...
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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Ahh, I just saw the CPU-Force option, so I can use 1 core and 16 simultaneous encodes. Any way we can expand that to 40 simultaneous encodes? That way I could use all 20 cores and 40 threads on the...
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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Glad to see the converter simply encodes as anamorphic instead of changing height vs. width. I'm encoding my PLEX movie library for minimum potential streaming quality at 448x240, mono audio using...
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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Any plans to include HDR to SDR conversion, something like this?https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=174415
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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Is that a limitation of x265? If so, guess I'll just have to run multiple encodes which is fine. Let's just hope Windows doesn't decide to restart itself halfway through :D
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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Well. That'll hold us for awhile :D I need more cores! Is that 16 simultaneous slices, or 16 separate encodes (16 separate videos)?

    Reading up on it here:...
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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Outstanding! Question: I'm currently building a 20-core 40-thread workstation/home server (sniped two Xeon E5-2630v4 ES processors off eBay for $322.50!!) with 64GB of DDR4-2300 RAM. Handbrake is...
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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Found a file format it doesn't yet support:

    Blu-ray Disc Audio-Video (BDAV) MPEG-2 Transport Stream (M2TS) container file format, *.m2ts
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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Hey Spoon, you and the person who programs StaxRip should get in contact if you aren't already. https://github.com/stax76/staxrip

    Between the two of you there's gonna be some quintessential pro...
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    Re: just thanks...

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but the sheer amount of time and energy that it would take to apply bug fixes to older versions of software probably isn't worth it to the programmer. Just the process of...
  20. Thread: DSD Codec

    by Lynx_TWO
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    Re: DSD Codec

    dtutt - If your Oppo natively plays 88.2 kHz then you should be fine. The 'issues' can come in if the player won't play 88.2 kHz at all. Some people will argue mathematical errors if converting...
  21. Dynamic CLI for MP3HD (MP3 Lossless, not a recommended format!)

    I created this due to someone on the forum asking about the format. You can download the encoder and decoder for MP3HD here:
    http://mp3hd-toolkit.soft32.com/

    Known bugs:

    When telling...
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    Re: How to set up CLI Encoder for MP3HD?

    Yes, it is probably a dead format... The only good thing is it is backwards compatible with any normal MP3 player, but again, the benefit is you wouldn't have to have a lossy copy and a loss-less...
  23. Re: -4.2dB (70% volume) makes a dramatic difference at low bitrates for Lossy Encoder

    Well, I think there is a lot more going on there... 16 bit is theoretically 96 dB dynamic range (really more than that with dithering) and most new music uses only about 10-12dB of the available...
  24. Re: -4.2dB (70% volume) makes a dramatic difference at low bitrates for Lossy Encoder

    I just tried this on Death Metallic, the LOUDEST CD on record. The input volume needs to be at -6.4dB, or 47% of original to avoid clipped samples, so I think that's where I'll leave the normalizer...
  25. -4.2dB (70% volume) makes a dramatic difference at low bitrates for Lossy Encoders?

    I just stumbled on this phenomenon and wanted to get some feedback. I have been testing different audio codecs looking for one to duplicate my music library in ultra-small files at the lowest...
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