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[Release] BonkEnc v1.0.7

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BonkEnc v1.0.7

BonkEnc is a CD ripper, audio encoder and converter for various formats. It can produce MP3, MP4/M4A, Ogg Vorbis, AAC, Bonk and FLAC files.

BonkEnc makes it easy to convert your audio CDs to MP3 or Ogg Vorbis files which you can use in your hardware player or with your favorite audio software. The program supports the CDDB/freedb online CD database and CDText and automatically writes song information to ID3V2 or Vorbis comment tags.

File size :: 2.84 MB (2,979,256 bytes)
MD5 :: 99235601B25CA4C43040D99DCFEE3A37
Main :: easy-share

  • English only addon, removed foreign language support
  • Included latest version of Ogg Vorbis Encoder (available via program's auto-update feature)
  • Included two optional encoders available on program's site, i.e.,
    • BladeEnc MP3 encoder version 0.94
    • NTT TwinVQ VQF encoder version 97012000
  • To uninstall, close program and just delete the program's installation folder i.e., "x:\program files\BladeEnc"

Edited by johndoe74, 19 May 2008 - 12:55 PM.

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Wow. So quick.

Could you possibly explain how you made this one?


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The link in the original post is bad.

This isn't an add-on, I made an installer with Inno Setup

Get it Here: http://www.easy-shar...kEnc_1.0.11.zip

Usage is: BonkEnc_Setup.exe /SILENT /SP-

Optional parameter for Start Menu Folder: /GROUP="My Start Menu Folder"

Edited by bcarmien, 06 March 2009 - 12:13 PM.

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