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Thread: M4A to AAC Questions

  1. #16
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    Re: M4A to AAC Questions

    The difference is that we have a 32 and a 64bit version 15.2 actually. The 32bit version is still actual, supported and continued.


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    Re: M4A to AAC Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Dat Ei View Post
    The difference is that we have a 32 and a 64bit version 15.2 actually. The 32bit version is still actual, supported and continued.


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    Mmm I don't think so...

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Unlikely, we no longer publically link these utilities in Codec Central any more.
    Anyway, whathever the semantic...there is no mean to convert aac to m4a in 64bit dbpoweramp version and that is a problem.

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    Re: M4A to AAC Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by JII View Post
    Mmm I don't think so...
    It is not a question of thinking or believing, it is a fact.


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    Re: M4A to AAC Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Dat Ei View Post
    It is not a question of thinking or believing, it is a fact.


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    Anyway, whathever the semantic...there is no mean to convert aac to m4a in 64bit dbpoweramp version and that is a problem.

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    Re: M4A to AAC Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by JII View Post
    Thank you but your link point to the present thread... Moreover, what's the difference between "discontinue" and "not implemented" to the current version ?
    The current windows version is V15.2. It exists as a 32bit and a 64bit implementation. Every user who has a licence for the windows version V15 is allowed to use both implementations. So what keeps you from using the 32bit version of dBpa? The 64bit version does not offer any obvious advantage over the 32bit version, but it has known limitations. dBpa uses third party libraries - not all of them exist in a 64bit version.

    I use the 32bit version because I'm missing a 64bit version of the Fraunhofer codec, but that's no problem.


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