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fre:ac v1.0.21 Drucken
Sonntag, den 14. Juli 2013 um 03:00 Uhr

fre:ac version 1.0.21 has been released on 14th July 2013.

The beta release published a few weeks ago proved to be very stable and so there are only minor changes in the final v1.0.21. The new release provides translation updates for Romanian and Swedish languages and fixes the default settings for the FLAC encoder to match those of the command line FLAC utility.

Of course it also incorporates the changes introduced with fre:ac v1.0.21 beta 1 which include support for large fonts as well as general performance and stability improvements.

Upgrading to fre:ac v1.0.21 is recommended to all users of previous versions. You can download it at the downloads section of this site.

 
fre:ac v1.0.21 beta 1 Drucken
Samstag, den 15. Juni 2013 um 03:00 Uhr

A new fre:ac beta release is now available for download. Version 1.0.21 beta 1 features an updated runtime library that lets it benefit from several improvements previously limited to fre:ac development snapshots.

Notable improvements are support for large fonts in the user interface, context menus for text edit fields as well as general performance and stability improvements.

The new release also introduces Bulgarian language support, updates the FLAC codec to version 1.3.0 and fixes some minor bugs.

Please be aware that this is still a beta release which might contain undiscovered bugs. You can get the new beta release in the downloads section.

 
fre:ac snapshot 20130430 Drucken
Dienstag, den 30. April 2013 um 02:00 Uhr

A new fre:ac snapshot has been released and is now available for download. In snapshot 20130430 the playlist subsystem has been modularized and support for XSPF and PLS playlists added. It also features a new confirmation dialog for files to be overwritten in a conversion job. The new dialog is shown before the actual conversion starts and so eliminates blocking popups during mass conversion jobs.

The Linux packages should now work on most distributions and have been briefly tested on latest versions of Fedora, Mageia, Mint, Ubuntu, Debian and SUSE. Last but not least, fre:ac and BoCA components can now be installed in a Unix filesystem hierarchy. This greatly simplifies the build process and will allow to provide easily installable packages in the future.

Lots of bugs have been fixed since the previous snapshot and the new version should be quite stable already. However, please still remember that it is an alpha snapshot and probably not generally suitable for daily work!

The new snapshot is available in the downloads section.

 
fre:ac snapshot 20120930 Drucken
Sonntag, den 30. September 2012 um 02:00 Uhr

fre:ac snapshot 20120930 is now available for download. This snapshot includes bug fixes for all the known bugs in the 20120916 release and brings just some minor new features. Among the bugs fixed in this release are a deadlocking problem affecting all platforms, the previously broken 64 bit Windows package and several Mac OS X specific bugs.

Notable changes in this release are the use of mpg123 replacing MAD as the default MP3 decoder on Windows and Mac OS X and the availability of a 64 bit Linux package.

Please remember that this is still an alpha snapshot and not generally suitable for daily work!

You can get the new snapshot in the downloads section.

 
fre:ac snapshot 20120916 Drucken
Dienstag, den 18. September 2012 um 02:00 Uhr

fre:ac snapshot 20120916 is now available for download. Along with the usual stability improvements and bug fixes it adds support for large fonts and a codec for the all new Opus audio format.

Other new features in this release are mostly targeted on improving your workflow. They include configuration options to keep processed tracks in the joblist or alternatively add encoded files to the list, an option to automatically select the first CDDB match without showing a selection popup as well as general improvements to title info editing.

While stability has generally improved with this release and specifically the OpenBSD port is running more stable now, there are also some new problems already identified. The Linux version may hang after downloading videos, the Mac OS X package is incompatible with XQuartz and thus does not work on OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.x and the Solaris port crashes upon closing any windows. These issues will be taken care of in the next snapshot.

Please remember that this is still an alpha snapshot and not generally suitable for daily work!

You can get the new snapshot in the downloads section.

 
fre:ac v1.0.20a Drucken
Montag, den 26. März 2012 um 03:00 Uhr

fre:ac version 1.0.20a is now available fixing two compatibility issues in yesterday's 1.0.20 release.

The new release fixes an unintended dependency on Intel's svml_disp.dll runtime library as well as bogus error messages when running on AMD processors. The former was introduces through an incautiousness when compiling the updated LAME and Ogg codec libraries. The latter was caused by a known bug in the latest Intel compiler release and had to be worked around explicitly in fre:ac 1.0.20a.

Upgrading to fre:ac v1.0.20a is strongly recommended to users of v1.0.20 and recommended to all users of previous versions. You can get the new release in the downloads section.

 
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