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Feb 20

Take advantage of $10 off on your purchase of MuvAudio2 thanks to Google Checkout. If you are a first time user of Google Checkout, you can purchase MuvAudio2 for an incredibly low $8.99 (without CD) or $16.98 (with CD). MuvEnum is on the list of participating stores, so if you’ve been waiting for us to lower our prices, now is the time to purchase.

To receive the $10 off bonus, complete the MuvAudio2 checkout process using Google Checkout between February 16, 2007 and March 31, 2007. This only applies to orders of $10 or more and since none of our products cost less than $10, no matter what you purchase, you’ll receive $10 off (applied at checkout). Look for the following button after adding the item(s) to your cart:

Google Checkout is at it again, but as always, it’s a good thing.

So, go ahead, purchase MuvAudio2 and start “Muv-ing” your audio today!

Feb 20

MuvAudio v2.6.5.0 is now available for download.

Version History:

  • Changes affecting all versions of Windows:
  • Removed some excess logging introduced in v2.6.2.0
  • Fixed an issue regarding output files not being created if a user enter ” \ “, ” \”, or any other combination of spaces and a backslash in the output directory separator field.
  • Fixed a bug where the “Remove Selected File(s)” context menu on the playlist in the add to files form didn’t do anything.
  • Fixed an issue with the program randomly crashing due to the enabling of visual styles.
  • Fixed an issue with files that didn’t record successfully on the first, continually trying to record when “Watch Folder Mode” was enabled.
  • Fixed an issue with the handling of invalid files on the first session, not start the rest of the sessions.
  • Modified trial to allow to continue after 30 days in cases where the trial prematurely expired.
  • Update the exception handler form to submit better information to make it easier to resolve the issues.
  • Changes affecting Windows Vista only:
  • Modified the play method to reduce stops in Vista

For the latest version of MuvAudio, please visit our downloads section.

-The MuvEnum Development Team

Feb 13

In reference to the previous post, I mentioned the final paragraph stating that “Lastly, there is no lastly.” Here was that person’s response to that sentence (maybe from another quote, maybe not):

“Lastly, when one applies theories of numerology postulating that for every n there is also an n+1 to the concept of chronology as it is perceived and applied by society and the organizational tendencies which lead us to categorize, prioritize, and otherwise enumerate items, tasks, or other ephemeral collections placed before us for consideration, one must determine that while there may not obviously be that which we would define as “thirdly”, we can always ascertain with certainty that there is indeed no “lastly.”  By definition, that would be impossible.  Hence, I concur with your paradoxically mislabeled statement: “Lastly, there is no lastly.””

-Paul R. Moon

I love the English language.

Update: I found out the above quote wasn’t quoted from any other source so I’ve updated it to show that it belongs to him. I’m just glad he doesn’t speak like that all the time.

Feb 12

I’ve read a lot of blogs that do the now mundane, “First Post from Word 2007” post as the subject, and I’m not about to follow along with everyone else. I’m going to sneak it here in the middle of the post because it is pretty sweet to post directly from you-know-where. – “First Post from Word 2007”

Firstly, we’ve moved the blog over to WordPress so that we can enable comments and not have to worry about them like with our previous blog engine. We like feedback, good or bad, and hope that people will take advantage, in a good way, of the ability to post comments directly to our blog posts.

Secondly, we’re going to try to post on more topics. Software updates are interesting, but it definitely does not attract readers. The topics will vary and hopefully you’ll find something that varies enough to satisfy your tastes.

Lastly, as I once told a fellow co-worker, there is no “lastly”. (More on this in another post)


Feb 01

MuvAudio v2.6.2.0 is now available for download.

Version History:

  • Changes affecting all versions of Windows:
  • Added confirmation dialog when exiting the Console when using “Watch Folder Mode”
  • Updated the mp3 encoder to the latest stable version.
  • Modified the number of songs, added per session, per search for files, when using “Watch Folder Mode” from 25 to 50 to decrease recording time and allow for better distribution of song lengths when using Windows Vista.
  • Modified the order of the VBR MP3 choices to better reflect actual output quality from lowest to highest.
  • Changes affecting Windows Vista only:
  • Modified the exit button on Console to determine when we are setting the audio device and warn the user to wait for this to finish before exiting (but still allowing them to if they want). This stops the issue of the audio device not being reset to their soundcard, causing their computer to lose sound.
  • Added support for the following operating system languages: Japanese (Japan), Chinese (People’s Republic of China), Swedish (Sweden), Russian (Russia), Portuguese (Brazil), Finnish (Finland), Dutch (Netherlands), Norwegian, Bokmål (Norway), Danish (Denmark), Korean (Korea), German (Germany), Spanish (Spain), Italian (Italy), French (France), Chinese (Hong Kong S.A.R.), when using Windows Vista (previously, the software would error out when trying to set the audio device to record from and never start the recording process).

For the latest version of MuvAudio, please visit our downloads section.

-The MuvEnum Development Team


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