Tag Archive: audio
A new release of AudioCoder is just out. In this release, several bugs have been fixed, related with audio CD ripping and cuesheet file parsing. Opus audio codec gets updated to 1.1. QAAC is adopted to replace QTAAC which has not been updated for quite a while. An option tab was also added for QAAC. If you want to encode with QAAC (actually with Apple's CoreAAC engine), you need to install iTunes or QuickTime. If you don't want to install them, you may also grab a package of DLLs from here (see README inside). Read the rest of this entry >>
Experience the fastest audio transcoder – New version of AudioCoder is released (Stanley posted on September 15th, 2012 )
Finally AudioCoder is getting updated after a whole year time. AudioCoder is a audio transcoder software based on MediaCoder, with a simplified user interface and optimized setup for audio only transcoding. During the year, MediaCoder has been improved consistently. All the improvements related with audio transcoding have been built into the latest AudioCoder release. By supporting up to 8 parallel tasks, AudioCoder is able to fully utilize the 8 or 16 cores of your cutting edge processor to convert a bunch of music files in a flash. The new version has also added support for Opus audio encoding. AudioCoder is totally free and there is no limit on batch tasks. So just get it and experience it. Click here to get AudioCoder now!
Use MediaCoder Audio Edition to do audio streaming with transcoding (Stanley posted on July 25th, 2008 )
MediaCoder has a built-in media server which is capable of performing on-the-fly transcoding while doing streaming. The latest MediaCoder Audio Edition (build 4150) has improved the audio streaming feature. You can now use MediaCoder as an audio streaming server with powerful transcoding capablity (e.g. FLAC to AAC+) and play the streaming audio with your favorite audio player like Winamp, foobar, WMP etc. Read the rest of this entry >>