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Thread: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Which windows version do you have?

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Win7 Enterprise x64

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Actually this option is supposed to be removed from Windows 7, I will double check it for next beta release.

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    HI Spoon,

    That explains it I guess - let me add that if someone enabled this option in a version prior to 14.3 that you might want to cure this issue during the update/re-installation of the new release.

    I have also noticed some funny stuff with the uninstaller. Every time I had a crash (BSOD) and thereafter (even after a clean re-installation), the uninstaller did not want to start. I am still getting the following message if I try:
    "Error: 2 - The system cannot find the files specified."

    I guess something goes wrong here to. I can confirm this based on R14.2 but had the same with R14.3Beta.

    Please let me know once you pushed a new beta and I will try it again!

    BTY, I can confirm that all the drive related settings are shaded! Thanks for that!

    All the best for building the next release.
    Cheers!

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Quote Originally Posted by smisk View Post
    Well I am trying the beta now for the first time and it's displaying the proposed CLI as -V 0 -q 2 -strictly-enforce-ISO -t -noreplaygain and I am thinking how can i add my desired -q 0 ? It would be added to the end of the propsed command line? Edit: Just saw your post about setting quality to normal, will try that.
    I hope I'm not derailing this thread, but according to the following discussion, if you use any of the VBR options in any recent LAME version (any version from 2006 or later), then -q 0 is automatically used by default so there is no need to separately specify this:

    http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/...howtopic=49380 (especially post *9)

    Anyone disagree with my interpretation or have info to the contrary?
    Last edited by twit; 04-08-2012 at 03:25 PM.

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Update

    Bug Fix: Fixed issue causing BSOD on systems with Intel Storage Matrix driver installed (actually is a bug in Intels driver...)

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Update

    Bug Fix: Fixed issue causing BSOD on systems with Intel Storage Matrix driver installed (actually is a bug in Intels driver...)
    As someone who (once) was obsessed with the T10/T13 documentation for optical drives, I am curious what it is that Intel appears to be doing wrong in their driver...not handling/translating certain buffer sizes correctly? What did you have to do to work around it?

    Brendan

    PS - looks like there are several other optical drive / disc buring apps out there that have seen BSOD's with several versions of that driver...
    Last edited by bhoar; 04-18-2012 at 11:49 AM.

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    We had to pass the exact required buffer size in for 1 call, if the buffer is bigger the BSOD (but a bigger than needed buffer is valid according to the spec)

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    We had to pass the exact required buffer size in for 1 call, if the buffer is bigger the BSOD (but a bigger than needed buffer is valid according to the spec)
    Ouch. That's quite a ridiculous bug in their driver.

    Brendan

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Updated 13th May

    mp3 able to read / write v2.4 tags

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    Spoon,

    Wish I had read this thread two days ago (spent hours trying to interpret Windows 7 dump files after BSOD).

    Anyway, just to report, the 14.3 Beta has fixed the following problems I experienced: (i) BSOD on eject in CD ripper; (ii) BSOD on selecting prevent auto run in CD ripper options; (iii) ripper now successfully rips all tracks including last 2. So thank you!

    Last (and basic) question. I'm a registered user, so can I auto update to 14.3 when the authorised version comes out?

    Thanks again.

    Nick

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Yes you can (it is not an auto update, rather a manual update)

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Is anybody getting a explorer lock after using Edit ID-Tag?

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Yes, it is an issue which we have fixed (have to issue a new beta).

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    Re: dBpoweramp Music Converter R14.3

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Yes, it is an issue which we have fixed (have to issue a new beta).
    Thanks for the response.

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