I love the new feature! Thank you for making this amazing tool an essential piece of my rig!Music Media Helper 3.9.0 released:
Edit Channel Volume (Gain): Supports FLAC and WAV, mono, stereo and MCH file (up to 8 channels). Batch mode editing (e.g all album files)
Docs updated for new tool.
Info about this new tool in this post:
I have just added a new tool for MMH that enables editing of channel volume (gain) for multiple files in batch: This tool supports FLAC and WAV files: mono, stereo and multichannel (up to 8 channels). Standalone tool - you can load any number of files or all files in a selected folder: (no...www.quadraphonicquad.com
One-Click web installations should find the update automatically (you may need to uninstall old app, reinstall from link on first post here). Zip installations need to download the zip file (first post link)
I’ve made changes in 4.0 (that should be released next week) around MKVs with no chapters and selection of multiple MKVs.I'm having trouble converting single chapter MKVs to FLAC.
Hello @D CrabtreeFirst of all: Thank You for Music Media Helper Tools. The "Remix Channel Layout" feature resolved my issue working with Quad sources by adding the blank C and LFE channels to my FLAC files.
Second: I do the majority of my work on an iMac Pro. I do have a virtual PC running Windows 10 for a couple of programs and I am able to use your tools by moving files back and forth between platforms. Is there any possibility of a Mac version of your software? I've got most of my workflow covered on the Mac using DVDFAB, MakeMKV, DVDAE, XLD, StereoLab Audiophile etc. If I had to choose a single feature that I would use most often in my Mac workflow it would be the "Remix Channel Layout".
Join the queue. This is often asked. There’s a possibility in future. MMH uses Microsoft .NET. This is now being released as an Open Source project as .NET Core, which runs on most platform, including MAC. .NET Core 5 is being released later this year.Is there any possibility of a Mac version of your software?