*UPDATED* Download dB Power Music Converter FULL V13.1

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*UPDATED* Download dB Power Music Converter FULL V13.1

Postby Trigger-happy » Tue Apr 22, 2008 1:06 pm

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A very useful tool to convert music so you can play it with HL engine or with Source engine

Important!!: All audio files must be in proper HL audio format:
wav file, 8000Hz (HL game) or 11025Hz (Source game) frequency, 16-bit sampling rate, mono-channel
Failure to do this may result in distorted audio and/or game crashing!!

Take a look at this image.

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Illustrate dBpowerAMP Music Converter v13.1 | 10,13 MB

dBpoweramp Reference created for Audio Professionals, who demand more: more technical, more features, more pro-codecs. Supplied as default with Broadcast Wave Format (BWF), Dalet, Wave64 codecs. Supporting IEEE floating point conversions (right through DSP effect chain), multi-cpu capable encoder. Apply VST or DirectX DSP effects whilst converting.

CD Ripping
we take ripping seriously, do you?

When Ripping Audio CDs it is vital to: Rip Fast, Error Free and have Quality
Metadata (track titles). dBpoweramp CD Ripper excels in these key areas:

CD Ripper is Fast, as fast your drive is able to Rip, don't waste your time.

Secure Ripping (Error Free) is our fortΘ: dBpoweramp CD Ripper is regarded as
the securest of the secure, not surprising from the inventors of AccurateRip,
in short when choosing a CD Ripper, don't just rip your CDs, AccurateRip them!

CD Ripper includes PerfectMetaÖ which uses 4 providers: AMG, GD3, MusicBrainz and freedb simultaneously, has high resolution Album Art and extended fields such as Composer, dBpoweramp CD Ripper is used by all segments of the market, from home users, enthusiasts right through to professionals (Batch Ripper is used by commercial CD Ripping houses).

Audio Conversion effortlessly convert between formats

dBpoweramp Music ConverterÖ has become 'the standard' tool for audio
conversions, over 20 million users worldwide rely on dBpoweramp:

Huge range of audio codecs supported: mp3, mp4, m4a (AAC, iTunes & iPod),
Windows Media Audio (wma), Ogg Vorbis and FLAC

Preservation of ID Tags and Album Artwork, correct mapping of ID Tags between tag types (where possible), Multi-CPU encoding support, Easy folder & drive selection with Batch Converter, DSP effect support (ReplayGain, Volume Normalize, including DirectX and VST effects), Pro-orientated codecs: BWF Wave, Dalet, mp2

Windows Explorer integration: audio info tips & columns,

When choosing an Audio Converter, no other audio program converts more multi
-format audio files than dBpoweramp, we have spent 8 years perfecting format
-compatibility and conversion stability.

CD Burning

write Audio CDs with ease

Burning Audio CDs is easy with dBpoweramp CD WriterÖ, create standard audio
CDs (playable on ordinary CD players), even create mp3 data CDs:

Create audio CDs from practically any audio type,

74, 80 & 90 minute CDs,

DVD audio data discs supported,

Gapless 'mix' CDs,

Mp3, WMA & Ogg Vorbis data CDs,

Rip > Mix (tracks) > Burn,

CD Writer is part of the dBpoweramp Reference Package.

Batch Ripping large scale CD Ripping

Batch RipperÖ appeals to commercial ripping houses, radio stations or even
individuals with a large number of CDs to Rip:

Auto & manual loading (open design, most robots supported),

From one to many drives support,

Process overview of each drive and ripping status,

Highest quality metadata providers: AMG & GD3,

Lowest commercial per-CD metadata rates,

Extensive customizable meta-data rule sets,

Over 120 discs per hour through-put, per machine (6x drives)

Changelog:

Release 13.1

mp3 (Lame) updated to v3.98
PerfectMeta enhancement - album artist could override various artists from other providers

CD Ripper

Better handling of display when starting program
Copy to clipboard can copy the filename
Default naming is having Variousxxxx Disc 1 Disc 1 because album name has disc number (from perfect meta), so removed from naming default
Default naming removed album from the filename
Much faster as skipping a track on a damaged disc (if user skip)
Now supports c2 error pointers over firewire
Fail safe detection of drives (will return Unknown for name)
folder.jpg changed to Folder.jpg as default
Mouse wheel scrolls in manual meta review page

ID Tag + CD Ripper: Better handling of comments with CRLF and display of such. In Tag Editor carriage breaks shown as {CR}{LF}
GetpopupInfo faster when tags contain a huge binary encoded as UUEncoded text (200KB single txt element)

File Naming - [MAXLENGTH] naming element to set the maximum length of items such as folder, or file names
File Naming - Now possible to do: [ifvalue]artist[] [ifvalue][artist][] [ifvalue][tag]artist[][] [IfEQUALS]artist,[album artist],bob[] [IfEQUALS][artist],[album artist],bob[] [IfEQUALS][tag]artist[],[album artist],bob[] [IfEQUALS]The ,[MAXLEN][album artist],3[],bob[]

All Programs - internally can access network filenames with Unicode characters (also requires Codec Update)

Core Converter can send over replaygain tags at request of DSP Effect
Core Converter attempts to write ID Tags, even if there was an error

Bug Fixes

All programs - folder creation able to correct folders ending in '... '
Edit ID Tag would stall if a huge binary encoded as UUEncoded text (200KB single txt element)
mp3 lame any abr mode was vbr -v4
Batch Converter, if folder had an . it would read the folder on refresh
CD Ripper - changed scanner to only load, get around 16 bit errors people are seeing (also ntvdm)
CD Ripper - was possible a device change (new drive appearing) could effect existing CD Ripping
CD Ripper could say Encoding CPU1, CPU2 even when only 1 CPU on system
CD Ripper - if viewing manual review page and eject CD now auto close the page
CD Ripper - in file log could show the wrong number of 'xx Could Not Be Ripped'

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