Hi everyone!!!I'm the bloke using a Mac and cdj's! The easiest solution was to find a pc, hook on my drive and process all my vbrs.Thing is: whatever i do, files are always output to 320kbps, whereas they only have a vbr bitrate of eg.182.I want them to be 192, no point having them at 320.can somone help me out.thankyou
Would it be possible to provide a version that uses multiple files at once? IE 2 for dual core so that 2 can happen at same time for double speed. As this is batch processing, it should be easy to do.
Why isn't WinMP3Packer Free Software? (the fact that you're a Linux user sounds like you're familiar with Free Software... )
Links are broken
Quote from: aand16 on 18 September, 2008, 06:20:19 PMLinks are broken http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=MP3packer I've tweaked the wiki and added a link to where you can download the latest WinMP3Packer version: 1.0.18-alpha. In psyllium's original 1.0.18-alpha zip download release he included mp3packer.exe version 1.18. 1.0.18-alpha was released on 13-06-2007 and since then mp3packer version 1.20 has been released. I have thus added mp3packer version 1.20 to the zip download. I've also replaced the mp3packer.html with the latest one. All other files remain the same.Hope this helps
@botface: I just downloaded it and placed it in a clean directory and ran it against a 320kbps mp3 and it worked fine. So, at least it does work.Do you have .NET 2.0 installed?
Would be nice if I could figure out how to edit my old posts! Anyway I've found the latest download for this program at:http://jaybeee.themixingbowl.org/winmp3pac....0.18-alpha.zipMy old webspace appears dead, sorry about that everyone. I should check with my friend to see if I can resurrect it somehow.
[...]It usually freezes like that when there are lots of log entries (the warnings can bloat the log very fast).
Quote from: Martin F. on 29 December, 2006, 09:37:00 AM[...]It usually freezes like that when there are lots of log entries (the warnings can bloat the log very fast). my fairly new computer has been way below 0.05x realtime more than once.
Quote from: k.eight.a on 04 April, 2015, 02:31:58 PMwdggks0m.dllThat looks suspicious. Are you sure your computer does not have any viruses or malware?
That looks suspicious. Are you sure your computer does not have any viruses or malware?