8192 CODEC does not exist! (info)

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8192 CODEC does not exist!

It’s a tag.
The TAG 8192 (decimal) or TAG 2000 (hexadecimal) is shown in the player if you need the AC3 audio decompressor. Just that.

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AC3Filter 2.1a (2012-04-10)
http://ac3filter.net/wiki/Main_Page

AC3Filter is a high quality free audio decoder and processor filter. It allows media players to playback movies with AC3 and DTS audio tracks. Also it can process any audio track; much of processing options allows adjusting the sound in almost any way. It is possible to upmix any audio source to 6 channels. Filter can do multi-channel and digital (SPDIF) output. It can encode any audio source to AC3 on-the-fly and send it over SPDIF to the receiver.

Equalizer crash fixed. Thanks to all whom report bugs.
HDMV LPCM support (it was noise).
8 channels support
PCM Double output support
DTS-MA (core only), AAC, EAC3, FLAC, MP3 decoding support
Completely new bass redirection:
- better filtering (4th order Linkwitz-Riley)
- option to redirect bass to front speakers
Single icon per application
Online help
Crash report
Set filter language from the installer
Translations:
- Portuguese, thanks to Manuela Silva
- Turkish, thanks to AltanEdip
- Dutch, thanks to Ernst Klamer
- Bulgarian, thanks to George Barzev
- Ukrainian, thanks to Michael Vigovsky

Downloads:
http://ac3filter.googlecode.com/files/ac3filter_2_1a.exe
http://ac3filter.googlecode.com/files/ac3filter_2_1a_lite.exe

Download AC3Filter Full if you’re not sure what version you need.

Do not forget to Donate if you like AC3Filter: http://ac3filter.net/wiki/Donate

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04-18-2012 09:58 PM
Danae

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