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AudioCutter Cinema

AudioCutter Cinema is a sophisticated audio processing program. It offers many rare features and effects and supports several different sound modes, including surround-encoding and -editing.


Recent releases

  •  17 Dec 2003 22:51

    Release Notes: This version removes a bug which made it impossible to use the software on some Windows installations.

    •  27 Nov 2003 15:46

      Release Notes: Some small beauty corrections have been made in the GUI's sources.

      •  17 Nov 2003 21:23

        Release Notes: All non-free parts of the code have been replaced and the switches for the different product variants have been removed so that the program package and the source are now available for free under the GPL. Additionally, a small code cleanup for the GUI took place.

        •  26 Nov 2001 12:22

          Release Notes: English documentation (a first draft, but complete) has been added.

          •  18 Jun 2001 20:44

            Release Notes: An additional surround mode has been added for better and more exact mixing. There are bugfixes in the replay algorithm and render-engine.

            Recent comments

            01 Jan 2007 23:56 oxygenic

            Re: Bad software
            Fair comments are always welcome.

            The software is open source so you can feel free to fix whatever you don't like or where you think something doesn't works.

            17 Nov 2003 20:34 ruddo

            Bad software
            There are no RPM or DEB packages.

            The installer is broken and I had to install it by hand. I luckily checked the script before I ran it, and didn't run as root. It has a hard-coded path of /usr/local/audiocutter and the installer litters the /usr directory (reserved for package-managed software) with menu entries (this sucks).

            When I got to install it, when I ran it, it hung when I clicked okay in the preferences dialog. It also hung when I ran it again and begun a new project.

            Seriously recommend the author to read:

            Designing Integrated High Quality Linux Applications


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