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Thread: R16.3 no longer uses all cores for conversion by default

  1. #1

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    R16.3 no longer uses all cores for conversion by default

    The R16.3 version of Music Converter only uses one core by default, unlike the previous versions that used all cores by default. I have to change it each time on the fly.

    I looked for a setting for how many cores to use by default, but couldn't find one.

  2. #2
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    Re: R16.3 no longer uses all cores for conversion by default

    Try the DSP effect 'Multi CPU-Force'

    However I think the difference is not the R16.3 version, check your R16.3 is 'Reference Registered'

  3. #3

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    Re: R16.3 no longer uses all cores for conversion by default

    My copy is labeled "Power Pack Registered". I think my previous versions were "Reference Registered", what's the difference and how can I change it?

    I set the "Multi CPU-Force" to four cores, but it's still only showing a single core during conversion.

  4. #4

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    Re: R16.3 no longer uses all cores for conversion by default

    I re-downloaded the Reference install file, and now it's using all cores without using "Multi CPU-Force".

    Problem solved. Thanks, Spoon.

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