AVAudioEditor 7.5.6 esteve disponível como oferta em 3 de setembro de 2016
AV Audio Editor é um software de edição de áudio digital completo que oferece uma variedade de possibilidades de processamento de efeitos e gravação, mixagem, edição e análise de áudio. Ele fornece uma interface intuitiva e fácil de usar e é projetada para o usuário comum. Ele tem dezenas de efeitos de áudio comuns e ferramentas para converter arquivos de áudio para diferentes formatos, incluindo MP3, WMA, WAV, Ogg Vorbis e muitos outros. Independentemente para o que esteja a usar áudios - sites, apresentações de Power Point, animações Flash, o AV Audio irá levar suas criações para o próximo nível.
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THIS SOFTWARE IS SUSPICIOUS. BEWARE!
I have no particular use for this software but, because I replied to Lenny's earlier comment, I felt I should check it out completely. So, I downloaded and installed the file (MD5: A5C39A2FD5B5B382DFD255A059CE50F4 ), monitoring with RevoUninstaller Pro. Everything went smoothly and the Registration Key was accepted.
HOWEVER, the program immediately offered an "update" with "unspecified fixes and enhancements". That sounded weird. So, as always with unfamiliar software, I declined this "automatic update" and checked further.
The module that was calling home to "update" AVAudioEditor is "goup.exe" (MD5: 686DE7829F7D92BD7FFF78F48C38A4F0 ) located in the program's installation directory. That file is NOT DIGITALLY signed and has no publisher information, just like AVAudioEditor itself (a yellow flag). Its only purpose seems to be to get you to install a BOGUS update; bogus because what legitimate developer does not know what "fixes and enhancements" s/he made to their product???
I cannot find any further information on this particular "goup.exe" as there are several variants floating around the Internet, only one of which is digitally signed and appears legitimate. THIS IS NOT THE ONE.
However, it is NOT FLAGGED AS MALICIOUS. See VirusTotal results here: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/6122cf630fc72c5b48af071420e529bfc7d76922baff23e7cfd4efa9eeb65fbe/analysis/1469953326/
With all due respect to GOTD and NONE to the developer, I STRONGLY ADVISE AGAINST INSTALLING THIS SOFTWARE. Its features are nothing special and much better, infinitely safer alternatives are available for FREE.
The developer should be ashamed of their scammy methods and embarrassed to be so clumsy and amateurish. If you're going to try and con me, at least, do it well.
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this looks like a slight reskin of a couple of previous single track editor programs we have had here that all claim mastering capability but do not even allow multi-track side by side editing and the core software is years old and functionally undeveloped, just the GUI layout is shuffled around and program and company name is changed and then resold on by normally another chinese popup company. Don't waste your time and instead spend it learning audacity for advanced audio editing with multi-track support and 32-bit sample internal processing and be able to produce pro quality master mixes ready for commercial CD pressing.
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Take care, guys. It contains an adware module, at least as reported here.
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It'd be helpful for the developer to check that its website isn't being erroneously black-listed by Malwarebytes. Currently, all attempts to use the website link given on this GOTD page are being systematically blocked by Malwarebytes on the basis -- which I presume is erroneous?? -- that the IP address is malicious. With a well-known, well-established company, I'd dismiss this as an FP but this Chinese software company is of too scant a provenance to go blithely ahead. GOTD has never dealt with suspect outfits so fingers crossed that this is indeed a Malwarebytes mis-identification, and that it can be resolved before the giveaway period is over. Thanks.
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It's very kind of you to post your concerns.Thanks for that.
I did some testing and I'd like to add a few things:
1.Virustotal reports the setup file as being clean.(1 / 56 )
The original setup.exe has been stripped of 'relevant knowledge',thanks to Gotd I guess,but they forgot to adjust to install script.
So relevant knowledge is not installed.
2.Whenever you close the program you will get an update notice but please do not go for it.
If you like to remove this rather irritating notice go to the AVAudioEditor program folder and rename goup.exe to goup.exe.disabled.
Hope this helps.
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