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    strange but my player sees compressed CBR MP3 as VBR, so my guess it just converts to variable bitrate so is lesser size, am I wrong?

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    Yes, you are right. mp3packer converts mp3 CBR to VBR, which is the only way to compress the mp3 file format in a lossless manner and generating playable mp3 files as output.
    There are other methods, but the mp3 file isn't playable in that format, then. (Only for storing or transfering files, not for playing them.)

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    what exactly does rehuff and ffmpg do to make ogg files smaller? what flags do ya pass to `em?

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    Quote Originally Posted by necros View Post
    what exactly does rehuff and ffmpg do to make ogg files smaller? what flags do ya pass to `em?
    ffmpeg will simply rebuild the video by copying video and image streams that coulds squeeze some bytes.

    OGG:
    rehuff.exe: No flags.

    OGV:
    Do not copy metadata: ffmpeg.exe -i \"%INPUTFILE%\" -vcodec copy -acodec copy -map 0
    Copy metadata: ffmpeg.exe -i \"%INPUTFILE%\" -vcodec copy -acodec copy -map 0 -map_metadata -1
    rehuff_theora.exe: No flags

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    @nikkho
    in help of FileOptimizer i am getting this message:
    Please note that GitHub no longer supports Internet Explorer.

    We recommend upgrading to the latest Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, or Firefox.
    To avoid confusion, this is video of it https://lambda.sx/vsZ.mp4
    Using win10 64bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by dado023 View Post
    @nikkho
    in help of FileOptimizer i am getting this message:


    To avoid confusion, this is video of it https://lambda.sx/vsZ.mp4
    Using win10 64bit

    Thanks dado023.
    CHM file is quite outdated. I should add target="_blank" to the links justo they are opened in a new window with the default browser instead of the Help Viewer.

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    Default browser would be ideal

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    @nikkho

    is it possible to make FO process multiple files at the same time in paralel, since some files take few minutes to get processed.
    For example one png will take few minutes and cpu will be used only at around 10%, while other files are pending.

    It would realy be awesome if FO could start optimizing other small files in parallel.
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    seems like new version is out:
    Code:
    13.80 - 2019/05/23 
    - Updated spanish translation (Thanks Edson Pacompía Ortiz). 
    - Updated all custom built plugins to Visual C++ 2019: gifsicle, gifsicle-lossy, jpegoptim, jsmin, mp4v2 and sqlite. 
    - Updated SQLite to 3.28.0 x86 and x64 Visual C++ 2019 custom builds. 
    - Updated gifsicle to 1.92. 
    - Removed gifsicle-lossy management because it is now integrated in gifsicle. 
    - Updated to mutool 1.15. 
    - Updated mp4v2 x86 and x64 to 4.1.0 Visual C++ 2019 custom builds. 
    - Updated ImageMagick to 7.0.8.37 with HDRI support. 
    - Updated pingo to 0.99 beta 32 x64 version. 
    - Updated libdeflate to 1.2. 
    - Updated Ghostscript to 9.27. 
    - Updated Leanify to 0.4.3.231 daily binaries. 
    - Updated EXE compatibility to PatchPE 1.31.

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    I would like to revive the request to add "pdfsizeopt". The required files are:
    https://github.com/pts/pdfsizeopt/re...n32exec-v6.zip
    https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pt...sizeopt.single
    https://github.com/tsibley/multivale...nt20060102.jar (it will require JAVA be installed to work)
    and other tools like sam2p, imgdataopt, pngout, jbig2, zopflipng, optipng, ECT, advpng.

    My best command line is:
    for /r %i in (*.pdf) do pdfsizeopt --v=20 --use-pngout=No --use-image-optimizer=ECT --use-multivalent=YES "%i" "%i.out"

    I've testing running it before cpdf and after. Before got the best result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maadjordan View Post
    I would like to revive the request to add "pdfsizeopt". The required files are:
    https://github.com/pts/pdfsizeopt/re...n32exec-v6.zip
    https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pt...sizeopt.single
    https://github.com/tsibley/multivale...nt20060102.jar (it will require JAVA be installed to work)
    and other tools like sam2p, imgdataopt, pngout, jbig2, zopflipng, optipng, ECT, advpng.

    My best command line is:
    for /r %i in (*.pdf) do pdfsizeopt --v=20 --use-pngout=No --use-image-optimizer=ECT --use-multivalent=YES "%i" "%i.out"

    I've testing running it before cpdf and after. Before got the best result.

    Thanks. Problem are dependiencies. Python and Java.

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    Python can be packed in exe, but file size for hello world is about 5MB...not sure about Java

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikkho View Post
    Thanks. Problem are dependiencies. Python and Java.
    Python is not required as program is already EXE and working on my system without having python installed.

    Java is only required for multivalent addon so can be activated if java is installed.

    I would like to adjust my post above as sometimes multivalent may generate error from file while CPDF,MUtools, Ghostscript is working fine . so disabling Multivalent to be a second trial by omitting it:

    for /r %i in (*.pdf) do pdfsizeopt --v=20 --use-pngout=No --use-image-optimizer=ECT "%i" "%i.out"
    Last edited by maadjordan; 23rd June 2019 at 20:46.

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    +1 for pdfsizeopt, users can be warned about JRE requirement for PDF optimization, nothing special, who is eager for PDF will install IMHO

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    After many trials I found the pdfsizeopt optimization may result into damaged file due to following reasons:
    1- usage of multivalent .. can be controlled by disabling completely (PdfSizeOpt (PSO) disable multivalent processing image streams by default).
    2- PDF files with error and cpdf which has some reconstruction abilities can reduce such errors. but file size need to be compared and reduction cannot exceed 80% if pdf files been processed directly or after cpdf.

    I did not text it with Mupdf tool or ghostscript.

    currently my command line becomes:

    for /r %i in (*.pdf) do pdfsizeopt --v=20 --use-pngout=No --use-image-optimizer=ECT --use-multivalent=YES --do-fast-bilevel-images=Yes --tmp-dir=d:\temp "%i" "%i.pso"

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