oggdropXPd is a drag-and-drop Ogg Vorbis encoder/decoder/player for the eXPerienced user. Features include compression from lossless files (Monkeys Audio, LPAC, FLAC, WAVPACK and OptimFROG), auto-tagging, renaming of encoded files, setting of advanced encoder parameters, use of VorbisGain tags on decode, playlist (.m3u) creation, and others.
Version 1.8.7 introduced correct channel mapping for encoding of multi-channel (3 to 6 channels) files that conform to the WAVEFORMATEXTENSIBLE standard and provides the correct corresponding decoding and channel mapping in creating WAVEFORMATEXTENSIBLE conforming output wave files.
Playback also supports multi-channel in the same way. A further option is added to downmix multi-channel to stereo for decoding to file, or playback. The multi-channel mapping conforms to the Vorbis I Specification.
Using libVorbis 1.3.6, libOgg 1.3.3, and the SoXR 0.1.1 resampling library. Windows 2000, or greater required. Generic VS2015 is compile, and P4/Athlon64 and x64 are ICL 18 compiles. x64 compile accepts wave and FLAC file input only for encoding.
Using libVorbis 1.3.6 (aoTuVb6.03), libOgg 1.3.3, and the SoXR 0.1.1 resampling library. Windows 2000, or greater required. Generic VS 2015 is compile, and P4/Athlon64 and x64 are ICL 18 compiles. x64 compile accepts wave and FLAC file input only for encoding.
A user guide for oggdropXPd (will be updated soon, but very little change).