Any chance there is a 64bit one? ; I ask because those encode files quicker than the 32bit.
but speaking of 64bit.... is there even a official Opus 64bit? ; because I noticed in the Foobar2000 Encoders Pack it only offers the 32bit one.
I compile the Opus GitHub repos using Visual Studio 2017 using the Release x64 configuration
In Foobar2000, you should be able to locate the opusenc.exe file. I didn't installed the encoder pack but I have it running the local executable. The same applied for EAC to rip Audio CD to Opus directly.
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Thank you for the excellent application. I LOVE IT.
Could you implement an option where the data of the Rip Audio CD dialog "Common Properties" section persists for the session?
In other words, the problem is: I rip from audio book CDs and very often these are not found in FreeDB or MusicBrainz databases, so they cannot be automatically tagged. In that case, I manually enter artist, title, etc. Audio book CDs can have up to 20 disks each having the same title and author. It would be nice to have the data in the "Common Properties" section persist from disk to disk.