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Can somebody with version 1.04 of Switch audio converter please upload it. The new one always crashes, even after numerous reinstalls and I can't find 1.04 on Google.

Thanks

Edited by Supercalifragilistic, 17 December 2006 - 03:12 PM.

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I found a link for 1.04, downloaded it but it was 1.11 when installed, it crashed, sent a report

What are you needing to convert from and to
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I'm converting from MP3 to MP3, but at a different bit rate. Yeah, I got an error too. The problem with download sites is, you find 1.04 but it links to NCH's website which, of course, is the latest version (the one that doesn't work =P).
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Start with audacity, within the top 4 you should find one

http://lists.thedata...Audio_Tools.htm
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Does that support batch encoding?
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Open Audacity, click project, import audio, highlight the tracks to add, click open

Click file, export multiple, select the output format and save to location
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Thanks for all the info, but I found a copy I had on a backup partition. I'll upload it if anyone else wants.
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Thank You for letting me know
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