Quote from: Gambit on 25 April, 2006, 03:34:53 PMThe point is, I didn't even install it.This is automatically installed with (choose what you want here below) : Nero PhotoSnap Nero Burning ROM Nero Express Nero Vision Nero SoundTrax Nero WaveEditorQuote from: Gambit on 25 April, 2006, 03:34:53 PMSo why should I have to disable it now?to avoid to be paranoid ??
The point is, I didn't even install it.
So why should I have to disable it now?
Tried with a short sample at different bitrate:200 => 189 kbps240 => 210 kbps280 => 223 kbps320 => 252 kbps360 => 261 kbps400 => 266 kbps440 => 216 kbps The 400 kbps has no lowpass at all whereas the "440" one is lowpassed at 17 Khz. Anyway, the second half of the current slider looks completely inaccurate.
Known issues, fixed in latest version, but that couldn't make the commercial release as it had to go through QA.
Ok Garf. So, i just have downloaded 122 mb for a few kbs (the encoder) and those kbs are not good? Because the very latest aac encoder couldn't make the commercial release?This reminds me of the first Nero 7 release. I aslo downloaded 122 mb for something not finished, and that "should have been disabled"?So, if the new slider is "New one is completely linear", then i think that in a few weeks i'll have to download again those 122 mb. Am i right?
Just bear in mind that many companies out there do not even communicate with the customers and communities this way - leave alone listen to the requests and work on wished features and bugfixes with communities.
Quote from: Ivan Dimkovic on 26 April, 2006, 05:20:29 AMJust bear in mind that many companies out there do not even communicate with the customers and communities this way - leave alone listen to the requests and work on wished features and bugfixes with communities.Excuse me, but the only changes Nero did on behalf of the community were the codec tunings. And let's be honest. The contribution from the community are highly profitable for you and help you in pushing and improving your AAC codec. Eg, the input from all the tests Guru is doing is of immense value for you. It's the work your testing department should be doing. Instead you get it for free from Guru.As far as I can see it, all other community requests and wishes, are mostly ignored by Nero. Even more importantly, even basic bugs take ages to get fixed. As other people already said, we are highly thankful and happy with the work you audio guys at Nero are doing. Not so with the rest of the company.
I don't get what you are complaining about. We continously improve the software, and each new release has new features. Each time we release something, the very latest development version is already" better" and we try to get that into the *next* release. If you don't ever want to be surprised by a new version that is better than the one you just encoded your entire collection with, then for the love of god, use some dead format, and not Nero AAC, because we're actually improving it!
TO: NERO Project ManagersThe point is that it is not these guys/developers you talk to on these forums are the ones responsible for what you are complaining about. They do their work of development and they do it well AFAIK.