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4Musics OGG to MP3 Converter

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Version 1.5   Click to Register this Product Now!
22-Dec-2004 1,784 K Win 95/98/2000/NT/ME/XP Shareware
$14.95
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One-way converting from OGG to MP3 format at high converting speed! Key Features: - converting in one click! - fast converting speed; - advanced output format settings; - automatic source deleting; - supporting drag and drop; - tag editor.
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One-way converting from OGG to MP3 format!
The beauty of using 4Musics OGG to MP3 Converter is that it works from the right click menu on a file.
You do not have to invoke a whole other program to convert OGG to MP3. Simply right click on the OGG, select "Convert to MP3"!  As easy as 1, 2, 3!
What is a OGG? Ogg Vorbis is a fully open, non-proprietary, patent-and-royalty-free, general-purpose compressed audio format for mid to high quality (8kHz-48.0kHz, 16+ bit, polyphonic) audio and music at fixed and variable bitrates from 16 to 128 kbps/channel. Vorbis is the first of a planned family of Ogg multimedia coding formats being developed as part of Xiph.org's Ogg multimedia project.
Features:
-converting in one click!
-fast converting speed;
-advanced output format settings;
-automatic source deleting;
-supporting drag and drop;
-tag editor;
What's new in version 1.5:
Improvements:
- now all program windows can be attached to Main Window with a help of a special button near a "Close" button;
- audio options presets in audio options windows;
- new "Add Folder" window with ability to select types of audio files to be added and option for including subfolders;
- new option "Save subfolders structure", if you want to save encoded files to another place ("Options" window).
Fixed bugs:
- crashing at start/exit during load/saving settings;
- crashing when many files were added with "Add folder" button;
- delays at start and exit;
- sometimes settings could not be saved;
- sometimes MP3 Options window flied away to the left top screen corner;
- program windows were cut off at 120 dpi display settings;
- some text strings could not be translated;
- bad File List redrawing;
- sometimes menubar position could not be saved;
- crashing when you press an "Audio" button;
- resource overdrawing during the idle time;
- incorrect multiple tag editing;
- now process window is always on top.

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