Thanks eahm but it might cause trouble if you distribute enc_fhgaac.dll and other libraries without a licence.
As replay to your other post, I think it is different because TTagger writes tags. It shouldn't be different if you use the same versions of QAAC and disable tags in all encoders.
Very weird problems with the 32 bit portable build...can't add any files to encode. I have it set to "all supported" and no files show up in the folders to select. My old 0.8.4 build still works fine.
added: TTagger can now write tags to Vorbis and Opusadded: Default "Disc No" and "Disc Count" tag values are 1added: If encoder exits with an exit code other than 0, it'll be added to logadded: Re-written cue sheet parseradded: An option to go to bug report page in bitbucket project pageadded: GUID values will be used instead of numbers for temp filesadded: Exit codes to TTaggeradded: TTagger will now report tag writing outcome properlyadded: Min/Max bitrate options for Ogg Vorbisadded: A log showing compression percentagesadded: Overwrite option will be shown in summary listadded: Extra columns in file list and an option to hide/show themadded: Progress list item adding is done according to file overwrite optionadded: Trimming is now millisecond basedadded: New progress bars that work better when skinning is disabledadded: Info will be added to log if file's length was shorter/longer than thresholdadded: Custom tag usage will be shown in main window summaryadded: Pressing esc key will close windowsadded: Default skin is "AutumnSky"fixed: File check failed if file doesn't exist (huh?)fixed: Artwork image size wasn't written for some tag typesfixed: A bug that caused wrong encoder to be selected for some casesfixed: Renaming was done twice if encoding was successfulfixed: "Overwrite if exists" didn't work because older files were not deletedfixed: Clicking on a cue sheet item in file list would show full file durationfixed: Cue sheet items in progress list wasn't shown properlyupdated: all tag libraries
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ozok, every file converted and checked with foobar2000's Bit-Compare results in mismatch. Yes, even Lossless conversions. Please double check this.Can anyone else double check as well?