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    Ashraf
    Keymaster

    Have something to say about AV Music Morpher? Say it here!

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    #5008007 Reply | Quote
    Peter D
    Guest

    did not work with my 64-bit machine from HP (500-302.no) it is freezing on the start logo…have a nice day…

    #5008502 Reply | Quote
    Jane
    Guest

    Your activation code is invaild.
    Please submit a correct code.

    #5008991 Reply | Quote
    Katalin
    Guest

    Activations code was not accepted.

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    kernow
    Guest

    Will not run on my Windows 7 64-bit. Seems to have problems with these files (compatibility issues I think):
    WER17E5.tmp.WERInternalMetadata.xml
    WER3564.tmp.appcompat.txt
    WER3D42.tmp.mdmp

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    James Nesky
    Guest

    Will not accept code 5URBiN4cb42YjO7 from Shareware on Sale. Claims I’m not connected to the internet.. How could I enter this site if I weren’t connected to the internet? It will however allow me to enter the trial code but I don’t want a 10 – 15 day trial I want what was offered.

    #5009431 Reply | Quote
    edy
    Guest

    Work here : win professional 7 64 bits sp1; launch the program, click in the option obtain a code, will go to the page site and fill the registration and use the code serial this page in the program, after this, the program popup the window with registration, paste your code serial of the giveway page.

    #5009589 Reply | Quote
    Beckie
    Guest

    “morpher”
    Will it actually let me change the tuning frequencies of a piece of music? I know I can do that with Audacity but it’s complex.

    #5009961 Reply | Quote
    Michael Gobin
    Guest

    They telling me the License key: 5URBiN4cb42YjO7 is invaild . Could you please help me.

    Thank You

    #5009994 Reply | Quote
    Daryn
    Guest

    To anyone having issues with activation, do NOT enter into the Activation box and hit submit. Select the Register Full Version or whatever it says below the activation box. I entered mine through that way and it went right through with no issues.

    [ @Michael Gobin]

    #5010950 Reply | Quote
    Howard
    Guest

    Same issue as Peter – Program installed ok, but did not open on my Windows 8 (64 bit) desktop – Uninstalled!

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    Gary
    Guest

    The program had an error during the setup process. It prompted for the file ‘vc_red.msi’ but the directory it referenced did not contain the file. The setup should know where it was being installed from, and supply all needed files. Some users may not have ‘vc_red.msi’ available or know where to find it. Some users may not see this error at all.

    Later in the install process, the program prompted for Virtual Dub format filters (*.vdf), prompting with an Open dialog starting in My Documents. Finally, it went past the prompt (without me canceling it), but no indication as to why the prompt occurred, or why it was not needed.

    The program next displayed the Activation dialog, with the cursor placed in the “Activation code” input box. The code provided to the downloaders was referred to as a “License key” but nowhere was there any indication that the number was not intended to be entered into the Activation box, causing several users grief. Thanks to some astute users that pointed out the License key was to be entered into a form after clicking on “Activate full version” where the user also must enter their name.

    If the user has any software that prevents the program from “calling home” during the Activation step, the program displayed an error reporting that the user is not connected to the Internet, which obviously is the wrong error. Instead, it should make clearer suggestions on what to look for, such as being blocked by their Firewall (rare situation because the Firewall most likely would prompt the user to allow the program to communicate with the Internet), or the program could be blocked by other software such as Win Privacy, or similar. The AV Morpher developer should adopt a more conventional method of activation that can be performed without accessing the Internet (as most good developers do).

    When the program finally gets started, it does not respect the user’s desktop area, and instead has areas of the program interface below the taskbar area (for users that have more than one row for a taskbar at the bottom). Since the taskbar can be at bottom, top, or a side, the developer should check to ensure the entire program interface is not partially obscured by a taskbar.

    Once the program is accessible, it is clear that the design is not a common Windows interface, which makes the program not usable for many users with accessibility needs (common short-cut keys do not operate as expected, such as Alt-F for the File menu). Drop-down box choices are hard to read, and there does not appear to be a way to change the typeface or the size of the typeface (the program does not display well on a 28 inch monitor; pity the user that has a 17 inch monitor). It appears that the developer was more interested in the appearance of the interface than making the program’s usability higher. The design is made to look like a small component bookshelf mini-stereo plastic cabinet (complete with 3D effect), similar to ones that had dual cassette players at the bottom, except this design uses the are for other displays.

    There is a menu option for selecting a Skin, however only one is offered. The Help pages on the developer’s website states in the New Features section:
    “A new design and has a new and improved User Interface (XP style skin) that increases its usability. AV Music Morpher Gold 5.0 also improved with a new attractive black and gold skin.”

    The design probably started before XP and may not have been updated since the XP days.

    Instead of a Help file, the user is taken to a help URL online, which is slow and tedious, a killer for anyone wanting to use the program without Internet access, but would like to have access to a fast manual. The URL is https://www.audio4fun.com/ug/music-morpher-gold5/

    When the program creates a morphed version of an audio file, the user selects where to save the file. The default is the same as the source file, however if the output file is of the same type as the source (such as WAV), the program prompts to overwrite the original. You do have an option to rename the output file. If you choose to “Browse” to a different location altogether, the user is prompted with a tree structure dialog, starting at “”My Computer”/”Computer”. It’s fine if you want to save the output to the Desktop, or one of the immediate displayed choices, such as the root of a drive, however if you wish to save to a nested folder, you have to navigate your way to that area, which can make use more tedious. Also, you do not have an option to create a folder when you reach the parent of a non-existent folder you would like to use. Most modern software does have the option to “Create a new folder” during this process.

    Some users may be put off by the flaws in setting the program up and the difficulty adapting to its interface, and therefore may never get to utilize any of the features the program has. With all the functionality explained on the developer’s website, it is unfortunate that the program may not get put to use as much as the developer intended.

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    Elite
    Guest

    The program had an error during the setup process. It prompted for the file ‘vc_red.msi’ but the directory it referenced did not contain the file. The setup should know where it was being installed from, and supply all needed files. Some users may not have ‘vc_red.msi’ available or know where to find it. Some users may not see this error at all.
    Later in the install process, the program prompted for Virtual Dub format filters (*.vdf), prompting with an Open dialog starting in My Documents. Finally, it went past the prompt (without me canceling it), but no indication as to why the prompt occurred, or why it was not needed.
    The program next displayed the Activation dialog, with the cursor placed in the “Activation code” input box. The code provided to the downloaders was referred to as a “License key” but nowhere was there any indication that the number was not intended to be entered into the Activation box, causing several users grief. Thanks to some astute users that pointed out the License key was to be entered into a form after clicking on “Activate full version” where the user also must enter their name.
    If the user has any software that prevents the program from “calling home” during the Activation step, the program displayed an error reporting that the user is not connected to the Internet, which obviously is the wrong error. Instead, it should make clearer suggestions on what to look for, such as being blocked by their Firewall (rare situation because the Firewall most likely would prompt the user to allow the program to communicate with the Internet), or the program could be blocked by other software such as Win Privacy, or similar. The AV Morpher developer should adopt a more conventional method of activation that can be performed without accessing the Internet (as most good developers do).
    When the program finally gets started, it does not respect the user’s desktop area, and instead has areas of the program interface below the taskbar area (for users that have more than one row for a taskbar at the bottom). Since the taskbar can be at bottom, top, or a side, the developer should check to ensure the entire program interface is not partially obscured by a taskbar.
    Once the program is accessible, it is clear that the design is not a common Windows interface, which makes the program not usable for many users with accessibility needs (common short-cut keys do not operate as expected, such as Alt-F for the File menu). Drop-down box choices are hard to read, and there does not appear to be a way to change the typeface or the size of the typeface (the program does not display well on a 28 inch monitor; pity the user that has a 17 inch monitor). It appears that the developer was more interested in the appearance of the interface than making the program’s usability higher. The design is made to look like a small component bookshelf mini-stereo plastic cabinet (complete with 3D effect), similar to ones that had dual cassette players at the bottom, except this design uses the are for other displays.
    There is a menu option for selecting a Skin, however only one is offered. The Help pages on the developer’s website states in the New Features section: “A new design and has a new and improved User Interface (XP style skin) that increases its usability. AV Music Morpher Gold 5.0 also improved with a new attractive black and gold skin.”
    The design probably started before XP and may not have been updated since the XP days.
    Instead of a Help file, the user is taken to a help URL online, which is slow and tedious, a killer for anyone wanting to use the program without Internet access, but would like to have access to a fast manual. The URL is https://www.audio4fun.com/ug/music-morpher-gold5/
    When the program creates a morphed version of an audio file, the user selects where to save the file. The default is the same as the source file, however if the output file is of the same type as the source (such as WAV), the program prompts to overwrite the original. You do have an option to rename the output file. If you choose to “Browse” to a different location altogether, the user is prompted with a tree structure dialog, starting at “”My Computer”/”Computer”. It’s fine if you want to save the output to the Desktop, or one of the immediate displayed choices, such as the root of a drive, however if you wish to save to a nested folder, you have to navigate your way to that area, which can make use more tedious. Also, you do not have an option to create a folder when you reach the parent of a non-existent folder you would like to use. Most modern software does have the option to “Create a new folder” during this process.
    Some users may be put off by the flaws in setting the program up and the difficulty adapting to its interface, and therefore may never get to utilize any of the features the program has. With all the functionality explained on the developer’s website, it is unfortunate that the program may not get put to use as much as the developer intended.

    I am really confused by your comment, you are saying that “If you aren’t connected to the internet THEN IT WONT WORK???”…

    The reason I say that is I activated this software and unplugged my internet connection and didn’t have any problems using it at all. So your review is incorrect. I have no idea what you have installed on your software.

    My setup is simple “WINDOWS 10” and that is IT. As for Virus protection Windows 10 Windows Defender and Malware Bytes FREE for on demand scanning, also I only use CCLEANER and Kerish Doctor for making sure there are no errors.

    A lot of times the problems people have with installing and using software is because they don’t know how to use a PC, they clean out registry entries that are critical to point operations, not just that but they don’t consider other programs they have running REAL TIME in the background, or SERVICES that is, when one is busy it may return an error because it couldn’t execute.

    Your review while trying to be nice, was not correct.

    In my setup, NEW PC as of 6 months ago, i7 core. I had ZERO problems installing this, and like others have noted, you must select the “ACTIVATE FULL VERSION” button and enter the reg key and information to get it working.

    That being said, I am rather disappointed by this software, yes it seems to have a lot of options. But I must say it is not clearly defined. What really needs the most work in my opinion is the PLAYER portion, I mean everything should be easy to control when it comes to playing what you are trying to hear, right in the middle with all options available. I kinda get the feeling this is using other open source software while adding some in house coding to sell the product.

    That being said, I could go on and on and on about the flaws in this software, I don’t like installing things only to remove them, because you never know what the BUILT IN UNINSTALL might do, I had a problem where one built in uninstall recently wrecked my PC because I click “I am not a fan” option. Either way. This software has potential, but I doubt considering the direction the Childish skin and ideas will ever reach it’s potential.

    This software needs a full blown skin like Windows Media Player and a “PLAYER” option in the list because it’s a pain to listen to music on WMP and try and use it’s EQ.

    Thanks for the offer Ashraf, but I have my suspicions on this software, considering the AntiVIR Taskmanager contained a BACKDOOR trojan according to VIRUS TOTAL and I noticed my PC running by itself…………

    Those are my THOUGHTS. Have a Nice Day!

    #5011613 Reply | Quote
    Miguel Ferreira
    Guest

    It works perfectly on my Windows 10 64-bit. Very very good program.

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    Gordon Roschko
    Guest

    Downloaded the program as per instructions 3 times. When attempting to run the program after install I receive a message that says that the AV Morpher 5.0 has stopped working and that Windows will close the program and notify me if a solution is available. I never even get to the screen where I can input the authorization code.

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