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    Exclamation How to use 4x4 with Freearc?

    Hello,
    Can you guide me please to know how to use 4x4 with srep+freearc?
    Didn't find any read me or guide about it also didn't find the external compressor values in arc.ini

    Thank you.
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    Thanks GOZARCK, but where should i put 4x4 exe? in the current dir or in FreeArc dir? and what about the arc.ini?

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    Adding 4x4 to my original parameter is making the file bigger
    -msrep+4x4+exe2+delta+lzma:a1:mfbt4:d256m:fb128:mc1 000:lc8
    how to make it smaller?
    by the way the parameters you gave me all of them resulted bigger files.

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    4x4 is about making things faster, it cannot improve compression. for a maximum compression, you shouldn't use it. it should be enough:

    -msrep+exe2+delta+lzma:a1:mfbt4:d256m:fb128:mc1000: lc8

    ps: for wav files, use just -mtta

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    Thanks Bulat,
    My wav files are in a container with modified header, will tta be able to detect them?

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    fa can't handle MM files in multi-file containers, otherwise it should be ok

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    Thanks, am i using the best parameter combination of srep+lzma? or you can improve it for me please
    -msrep+exe2+delta+lzma:a1:mfbt4:d256m:fb128:mc1000: lc8
    in arc.ini i'm using m3f a1 for srep.

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    it's best generic compression. futher optimization can be done only by you using properties of your concrete data & your computer

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