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    Option: Encoding -> Using x Cores

    How can I get this to use a set number of cores to be the default?

    As it is now I must reset this for every conversion performed, I'd just like to set it once and have it use as default setting.

    Thanks

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    Re: Option: Encoding -> Using x Cores

    Yes include the DSP effect 'CPU Force'

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    Re: Option: Encoding -> Using x Cores

    Aaaah, thank you, don't know how I missed it.


    OK, just tried this . . . I set DSP to Force Multi-Core, selected 6 of 8 cores and converted a folder.
    It indicate that it is converting using 1 core until I manually tell it to use 6 cores.

    I'd really like to to be a sticky setting.
    Last edited by LisaRCT; 10-05-2019 at 11:20 AM.

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    Re: Option: Encoding -> Using x Cores

    What do you encode to? 'Multi Encoder'?

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    Re: Option: Encoding -> Using x Cores

    I tried converting a folder of FLAC files to mp3

    I first selected the files in the folderand right-clicked "Convert To"

    Next I tried selecting a folder and clicking 'Batch Convert"

    In both cases only a single core was being used to convert 1 file at a time, even though the DSP "Multi-CPU Force" was selected.

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    Re: Option: Encoding -> Using x Cores

    Run dBpoweramp Control Centre please and check you have dBpoweramp Reference Registered.

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