BonkEnc Portable 1.0.7 Released

Submitted by Patrick Patience on April 16, 2008 - 5:16pm

BonkEnc logoBonkEnc Portable 1.0.7 has been released in as a multilingual package. BonkEnc Portable is the popular BonkEnc packaged as a portable app, so you extract, convert, and encode your audio files just about anywhere you go. You can place it on your USB flash drive, iPod, portable hard drive or a CD and use it on any computer, without leaving any personal information behind. It's packaged in PortableApps.com Format so it can easily integrate with the PortableApps.com Suite. And it's open source and completely free.

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Features

BonkEnc Portable ScreenshotBonkEnc is a free/open source audio extracter, encoder, and converter. You can use BonkEnc to extract audio files from CDs, encode and reencode audio files to a lower bitrate, and convert audio files to and from various formats, including:

  • MP3
  • Ogg Vorbis
  • MP4/AAC
  • FLAC
  • And more...

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PortableApps.com Installer / PortableApps.com Format

BonkEnc Portable is packaged in a PortableApps.com Installer so it will automatically detect an existing PortableApps.com installation when your drive is plugged in. And it's in PortableApps.com Format, so it automatically works with the PortableApps.com Suite including the Menu and Backup Utility.

Download

BonkEnc Portable is available for immediate download from the BonkEnc Portable homepage. Get it today!

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Nice job Patrick. This is a really great app choice! The author of this app certainly rocks!

I should let him know it's released. Smile

This can extract audio from video, right?

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I dont think so. It's just an audio encoder and CD Ripper. MediaCoder can extract audio from video though.

As always, support questions belong in the support forum, not as comments on a news story

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I must say great job on this, but you missed something (I think...)

When you re-encode the audio with the checkbox "Use input file directory if possible" under "General Settings" it works well; It will put the files in the original dir, but the problem is though when you have it write .cue and .m3u files, it always writes them to X:\Documents\Music.

Not much of a problem but as a fellow programmer, I don't think it'd be to hard to fix that, eh?

Edit: Also I'd like to say thanks for making this portable, if you didn't I would have never found out about this great program (I installed the regular version after seeing how great it is portably)
Smile

Next time post this in the forums please. This is odd. It should update that drive letter. It was doing it for me. I'll look into it, thanks.

Edit: I don't have any problems with the drive letter in any scenario. Could you post this in the Other Apps forum with some more info and I'll look into it. Thanks.