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xrecode II is converter and audio-grabber which allows you to convert from mp3, mp2, wma, aiff, amr, ogg, flac, ape, cue, ac3, wv, mpc, mid, cue ,tta, tak, wav, wav(rf64), dts, m4a, m4b, mp4, ra, rm, aac, avi, mpg, vob, mkv, mka, flv, swf, mov, ofr, wmv, divx, m4v, spx, 3gp, 3g2, m2v, m4v, ts, m2ts, adts, shn, tak, xm, mod, s3m, it, mtm, umx, mlp to m4a, alac, ape, flac, mp3, mp4 (using NeroAAC), ogg, raw, wav, wav(rf64), wma, WavPack, mpc, mp2, Speex, ofr, ac3, aiff, tak, snd, Shorten and Opus formats. Command Line parameters are supported (see Command Line).
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- Version 1.0.0.215 - (8.94 Mb) (GPG Signature)

- Portable version 1.0.0.215 - (8.15 Mb) (7-zip) (GPG Signature)
- Portable version 1.0.0.215 - (11.48 Mb) (zip) (GPG Signature)

Shell extension for 32/64-bit windows
- Version 1.0.0.9 - (1.18 Mb) (GPG Signature)

This software uses code of:
-FFmpeg licensed under the LGPLv2.1 and its source can be downloaded from here.
-MediaInfo licensed under the LGPLv2.1 and its source can be downloaded from here.

Previous version
- Version 1.0.0.214.

GPG Key
- xrecode-Public-Key.asc



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Features
- Works on XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 32/64 bit versions and under Wine.
- Parallel conversion by utilizing power of multi-core CPUs.
- Support of embedded CUE sheets (for FLAC, WavPack, APE and TAK files).
- Support of mp4, mka chapters (can split mp4, mka by chapters to any supported format).
- Built-in Metadata editor with Cover Art support.
- Has support for LossyWav.
- Supports portable mode.
- Merge input files to one large audio file and create CUE sheet.
- Converting to many formats at once using "Multiple" output mode.
- Grabbing of multi-channel Audio CDs to the desired format at once.
- Informative and resizable UI suited even for netbooks.
- Extracting audio from flv, avi, mov etc. video files (multiple audio streams are supported).
- Can export/import Metadata to/from external file.
- Support for 24/32bit audio files.
- Multilanguage support. Currently program is available in Dutch, English, French, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Hungarian, Italian, Spanish, Spanish Traditional, Swedish, Brazilian/Portugal Portuguese, German, Finnish, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish and Chinese (simplified) languages.
- And more.
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How to configure MP3 Settings?
- Please follow the instruction on this page Help with lame.exe.
How to create Audiobook?
- Please follow the instruction on this page How to create Audiobook.
AAX decoding
- Please follow the instruction on this page AAX decoding.
How to Grab Audio CD?
- Insert CD into drive. Program will automatically start CD Grabbing process.
- Program will react if you insert a new CD.
- You can change this behaviour under program Options.
How to set CD Drive offset?
- After inserting CD into drive "Grab CD" button will become active.
- Press "Grab CD" button, then press Settings in the "CD content" window. There you'll be able to set CD Drive offset.
What happens in case of CD Read Error?
- Number of CD Read Errors will be shown while grabbing a CD.
- Report about all CD Read Errors (if there was any) will be displayed.
How to Grab Audio CD into one file and create CUE?
- Choose "Merge" as a destination format.
- Click "[ ] Create CUE" under "Merge" settings.
- "Merge" is not limited to CD Tracks only - you can merge whatever input files you like.
How to split file into individual tracks using CUE file?
- If the file that is to be converted has a cue file associated with it, load the cue file into program. The associated file that is to be converted and split must be in the same folder.
- Program will display information about individual tracks. Choose the desired output format and press "Start".
- If source is in mp3 format and you selected mp3 as a destination format, no re-encoding will occur.
How to Convert files to multiple output formats at once?
- Choose "Multiple" as a destination format.
- Adjust settings for individual formats.
- Tip! Before you press "Start" click "Additional" under "Output File Settings" and click "Add output file type to output path". This will assure that all files will be created into separate folders.
What to do with "Replay Gain" button?
- Please visit this site if you are not familiar with Replay Gain concept.
- Replay Gain analysis will be started by pressing this button.
- You will then see the results under "Replay Gain" column.
- Click [ ] Normalize under "Input File Settings" if you want to apply Replay Gain for resulting files.
How to Edit Metadata?
- Add some files to program and click on Metadata tab.
- Select one or more files.
- Changes made in editor will be applied to all selected files.
What to do with "Save Metadata" button?
- Push it if you want to save Metadata in the source files.
- Don't push it if you want Metadata to appear only in converted files.
Tip for Track Number.
- Select more than one file.
- Enter 1/ or 01/ into "Track" field. If, for example, 12 files were selected then Track Number for all selected files will be populated like this: 1/12, 2/12, 3/12 ... 12/12.
Tip for Cover Art.
- Right click Cover Art picture.
- Click to Google, Bing or Amazon for picture.
- Your default internet browser will be launched and redirected to search engine you just selected.
- Right click (in the internet browser) and choose "Copy Image" when you've found the right picture.
- Copied Image will be automatically recognized as a Cover Art by Metadata Editor.
- You can switch off this behavior under program Options.
Contacts
- xrecode (at) gmail.com
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