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Old 20th April 2023, 10:10   #241  |  Link
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Tested again with different sources, still no problems...

I uploaded the results with all relevant information here:
Link expired...

If your audio is in any other format than stereo, see this note in the WIKI:
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Note: HE-AAC version 2 only handles stereo. If you have mono, or want to down-mix to mono, use HE-AAC version 1.
In such cases you need to use the example from the file "Main Page 2.jpg".

My version of DMM is the latest official one. I just cleaned up the folder which has FFmpeg in it, I did not want to have any leftovers of the included FFmpeg version (which is the shared version). Look at the screenshot...

I think I already mentioned that I am under Win7, and this will not change any time soon.


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Sorry for the late reply - I donīt get mail notifications, so I have to check manually for new responses and I am very busy at work at the moment - so I didnīt have time to investigate the issue further so far.
I appreciate your help, many thanx for aiding me! I will take a look at the issue once my schedule clears up and will get back then.
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Old 16th January 2024, 05:22   #243  |  Link
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Looks like the current version 2.5.5 is no longer available for free, at least not for Windows... No idea if this is an oversight or if it was changed on purpose.

Whatever, for anyone who needs it, I still have it on my VideoHelp folder. Here is the link:

https://files.videohelp.com/u/172211...aConverter.zip


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Looks like the current version 2.5.5 is no longer available for free, at least not for Windows... No idea if this is an oversight or if it was changed on purpose.

Whatever, for anyone who needs it, I still have it on my VideoHelp folder. Here is the link:

https://files.videohelp.com/u/172211...aConverter.zip


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Hello manolito and a Happy New Year!
Why are you saying this, can you explain it? I haven't changed a thing on my site!
Of course it is still free.


EDIT: I have checked and indeed, the file was only visible to me since Google flag it as suspicious. It is shared from Google Drive.
I have asked for a human review of the file, this is the answer:

Google will review your file.
Someone from Google’s Trust & Safety team will review your file as soon as possible.


Meanwhile, i have posted a test version for Windows, so you can use it, v2.6.0.
Just overwrite your old exe file with it and rename it.
Look in About/Changelog for what's new. Small changes but i find them useful at least in my work flow.
As always, please, provide feedback! :-)

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Old 20th January 2024, 10:59   #245  |  Link
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Thanks Marius for the prompt reply, and a Happy New Year to you, too...

I am still puzzeld about how badly Google treats their paying customers, their behavior is realy shabby. And their old motto used to be "Do no Evil". Long time ago...

Whatever, thanks for the new test version. It works well for my old conversion routines, but so far I did not test any of the new functions (simply because I never needed any of them, and I do not see the need in the future). Maybe you can tell me exactly which new funktions you want me to test...


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Thanks Marius for the prompt reply, and a Happy New Year to you, too...

I am still puzzeld about how badly Google treats their paying customers, their behavior is realy shabby. And their old motto used to be "Do no Evil". Long time ago...

Whatever, thanks for the new test version. It works well for my old conversion routines, but so far I did not test any of the new functions (simply because I never needed any of them, and I do not see the need in the future). Maybe you can tell me exactly which new funktions you want me to test...


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Hi!
Yes, Google is not the same as it was some years ago, unfortunately.
This new features are useful when converting media files from web ripping. Ex. episodes from Netflix which contains a lot of subtitle
and audio streams in languages that you don't need and you need to bulk converting them.
I am using like this "Keep only this subtitle streams "
default,forced,unknown,eng,rum
Or you have videos that have an external subtitle file (SRT) which does not have language id and it will automatically map unknown subtitle to your desired language.
Also if you have an AMD GPU now it can use it's AMF engine for HW encoding.
Cheers!
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