OptimFROG 5.000 has been released Reply #25 – 2015-09-19 14:20:14 Quote from: Angenial on 2015-08-20 05:41:36The Qmmp plugin is now ready: https://github.com/cspiegel/qmmp-optimfrogIn addition, I've written an Audacious plugin: https://github.com/cspiegel/audacious-optimfrogThanks to Florin for OptimFROG!Many thanks for the Qmmp and Audacious plug-ins!Quote from: themanintheshadows_2451 on 2015-08-20 08:17:33OptimFROG DualStream isn't working correctly in fb2k at all. I get this error message whenever I use temp wav or pipe encoding:ofs.exe has stopped workingA problem has caused the program to stop working correctly.Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.For some reason, the last file always has the smallest file size (Like something with a bitrate of 4.) And Replaygain always takes 7-10 minutes to complete for an average album. At this point, the standard version of DualStream is looking very good, and stable. The experimental version? Not so much.Thank you for reporting the problem! I was not able to reproduce it and I wrote you a PM some time ago, asking for more details. I guess the problem may be related to using the --experimental, --advanced-compression, or --advanced-compression-analysis command-line options with OptimFROG DualStream. These options were meant, in principle, for the OptimFROG Lossless variant only. The command-line parser code is common to all OptimFROG variants, with particular options being enabled only in some variants. The above options are currently implicitly enabled in all variants, but I will investigate and disable them accordingly in the upcoming OptimFROG version.Quote from: exb on 2015-09-15 05:12:51Quote from: exb on 2015-09-14 06:12:09Is there a list of command line options somewhere? I can't find one in the download or on the website.Nevermind, I got them in the OptimFROG_All_Windows_x86_4520b1.zip download.Indeed, there is no up-to-date document with a detailed description of the command-line commands and options. Using --help on the command-line may help, as it will show the complete list of commands and options, most of them including a short explanation. I am planning to write and maintain such a document in the future.Quote from: Maurits on 2015-09-15 10:12:42I think people on OS X would appreciate it if XLD could support OptimFROG.Thank you for the very good suggestion! Hopefully, decoder plug-ins for both deadbeef and XLD will become available, some time soon.