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    Cool Edit/Audition release history

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    Does anyone know the total release history of Cool Edit/Audition? The best I can piece together from Google research and my own memory is this...

    1995 - Cool Edit `95 (editor only, no multi-tracking)
    1996 - Cool Edit `96 (editor only, no multi-tracking)
    1997 - Cool Edit Pro v1.0 (included multi-tracking)
    1999 Cool Edit Pro v1.1, 1.2, 1.32, 1.33a, 1.33b, 1.34, 1.34a, 1.50, 1.51, 1.52, 1.53 - (lots of bug fixes)
    1999 - Cool Edit Pro v2.0
    1999 - Cool Edit 2000 v1.0 & v1.1
    2002 - Cool Edit Pro v2.1

    2003 Syntrillium Software is purchased by Adobe Systems, Inc. and Cool Edit is renamed Audition.

    2003 Adobe Audition v1.0
    2004 Adobe Audition v1.5
    2006 Adobe Audition v2.0
    2006 Adobe SoundBooth Beta 2 - (Audition simplified for dummies)
    2007 - Adobe SoundBooth CS3

    Does anyone know of other versions that I've missed or dates that I have incorrect?

    Thanks,
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    EDIT: Added to list.
    Last edited by RawDepth; 04-14-2007 at 19:22.

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    There are even older versions, just called Cool Edit without a year figure. You can find several versions for windows 3.1 on the net. The best it can handle is 16 bit, 48 kHz. No float support.
    I remember seeing an even older version for DOS on a shareware collection CD somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RawDepth
    Does anyone know the total release history of Cool Edit/Audition? The best I can piece together from Google research and my own memory is this...

    1995 - Cool Edit `95 (editor only, no multi-tracking)
    1996 - Cool Edit `96 (editor only, no multi-tracking)
    1997 - Cool Edit Pro v1.0 (included multi-tracking)
    1999 Cool Edit Pro v1.1, 1.2, 1.32, 1.33a, 1.33b, 1.34, 1.34a, 1.50, 1.51, 1.52, 1.53 - (lots of bug fixes)
    1999 - Cool Edit Pro v2.0
    1999 - Cool Edit 2000 v1.0 & v1.1
    2002 - Cool Edit Pro v2.1

    2003 Syntrillium Software is purchased by Adobe Systems, Inc. and Cool Edit is renamed Audition.

    2003 Adobe Audition v1.0
    2004 Adobe Audition v1.5
    2006 Adobe Audition v2.0
    2006 Adobe SoundBooth Beta 2 - (Audition simplified for dummies)
    2007 - Adobe SoundBooth CS3

    Does anyone know of other versions that I've missed or dates that I have incorrect?

    Thanks,
    RawDepth

    EDIT: Added to list.
    Okay, I'll bite. Why do you want to know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dobro
    Okay, I'll bite. Why do you want to know?
    I think it all started when I noticed people on here asking questions about older versions of Cool Edit. Lightheartedly, I asked myself, "I wonder if anyone out there is still using a really, really old version? ...Or maybe even the first version. Come to think of it, I wonder what the first version was."

    I did a Google search about the release history and started coming up with references to dozens of different versions. One thing led to another and I started a little list.

    I guess it was mostly because I had two hours to kill and I was bored. I kind of got sidetracked on a mini-mission to see how old it is and how it evolved over the years. Then I posted my findings on here to see if anyone had anything to add.

    Simple as that.
    RD

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    I found having 3 old Win 3.1 versions in my collection:
    1.31 has really inacurate waveform display and poor sample rate conversion.
    1.51 has fixed those faults of 1.31 and has several improvements
    This is from the 1.51 changelog:
    Following are the new features, enhancements, and bug fixes since version 1.50:

    NEW FEATURES
    * Added support for Microsoft ACM file formats
    * New Zero-Crossing function (F4) finds the zero crossings

    ENHANCEMENTS
    * Added A-Law, mu-Law, byte-reversed, and unsigned formats to PCM raw data
    format
    * Added optional header to PCM raw data format
    * Added a 5-bit IMA ADPCM compression for higher quality ADPCM at 25% more
    space
    * Record level meters with logarithmic display and right-mouse config menu
    * Record level meters made larger, and display on playback and record as well
    * User defined number of Undo levels
    * Functions work on entire waveform when no selection is made

    BUG FIXES
    * Undo Music wasn't working properly
    * Invalid undo directory is handled properly now
    * Paste Special gave "not enough memory for undo" when not necessary
    * Toolbar help popups do not disable keyboard anymore
    * Moved location of 'fact' chunk in WAV files for more compatibility

    Following are the new features, enhancements, and bug fixes since version 1.34:

    NEW FEATURES
    * Merge button added to Cue list to concatonate two cue items into one range.
    * Added Open Append function and the ability to open multiple files into a
    single Cool Edit instance.
    * Three-level undo incorporated so you can Undo the last 3 actions.
    * Added 6000Hz VOX file format.
    * New Reverb function is ideal for simulating room spaces from shower stalls
    to grand amphitheatres.
    * New RMS option added to Compressor function so the exact output RMS value
    can be generated for any RMS input value.
    * New Cool Edit Lite option now available for those who don't need all the
    extra widgets and gizmos.
    * New registration address in Arizona. I have started a new company called
    Syntrillium Software Corporation.

    ENHANCEMENTS
    * Application startup time sped up by not checking for CD-ROM drive at app
    startup, but instead checking only when opening the CD Player.
    * Clicking on the 'black' area of the green slider bar pages one screen left or
    right.
    * Cue items may be added to the cue list by pressing F8 or Add while audio is
    playing or recording to mark the current play or record position.
    * Cue list markers now display as red arrows, and cue range indicators display
    as blue brackets above and below the waveform display.
    * Current play time is displayed in the window when audio is playing.
    * Added hand icon to graphs to more easily edit graphs.
    * Made separate Undo and Temp directories.
    * Convert Sample Type function is now undoable as well.
    * Added a maximum display size in Settings, so only the first N seconds will
    be displayed, instead of the entire waveform if desired.
    * Added option to Info to keep Cool Edit from adding extra RIFF info.
    * Added more FFT sizes to the Noise Reduction function.
    * Added final length setting to Stretch function so data can be entered as a
    percentage of stretching, or new stretched length.
    * VOX formats will prompt "Convert to ...?" instead of auto-converting.
    * Transform and Generate menu items and toolbar items are now sorted
    alphabetically (except for Reverse, Silence, Invert and Music).
    * Green slider bar made more apparent (bigger) to be easier to use.

    BUG FIXES
    * Dithering to 8-bit audio had rail-to-rail spikes if original 16-bit audio
    was clipping.
    * Single channel Noise Reduction and Filtering was corrupt.
    * Sometimes Noise Reduction would halt at 99% and never complete.
    * EQ presets for Echo function, and Stretch presets were a little flakey.
    * GP Fault occurred when cursor was out of view and Play was pressed in Play
    From Cursor mode.
    * Adjusted play bar speed to (hopefully) work properly for Sound Blaster Pros.
    * 8-bit Stretch function truncated all negative values (very weird!)
    * Stretching waves that were near clipping used to distort.
    * AU file filter saved 8-bit audio improperly, or only wrote a header.
    * There was a possible problem with Undo corrupting previous instances' undo
    buffers. Also in an intermediate build the Undo buffers were never erased.
    * Sound Blaster cards used to give Divede By Zero when Play was pressed.
    1.53 doesn't look any different from 1.51, except there is no changelog any more.

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    Cool.

    I'd like to see one of those old versions. Any way you can post a screen shot for us?

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    Screenshot of 1.51: http://img395.imageshack.us/img395/9841/cool151yh2.png
    I see, the waveform display is still very inacurate. It was fixed in 1.53. Just checked. Also the spectrum analyser got the grid in 1.53.
    Also very noticable is the colorful EGA design.
    I can upload those version, if you want. They are unregistered shareware. You have to chose of two function groups at start. There is no time limit like in the later versions. There is no installer. You just unzip them in any directory. They still work with recent Windows version, except there is no long filename support (see screeshot).

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    Hey, that's interesting.

    So, when I came in at 1.2, it was already benefiting from corrections and tweaks from previous incarnations. And I thought Version 1 was the original. Sheesh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LogicDeLuxe
    Screenshot of 1.51: http://img395.imageshack.us/img395/9841/cool151yh2.png
    I see, the waveform display is still very inacurate. It was fixed in 1.53. Just checked. Also the spectrum analyser got the grid in 1.53.
    Also very noticable is the colorful EGA design.
    I can upload those version, if you want. They are unregistered shareware. You have to chose of two function groups at start. There is no time limit like in the later versions. There is no installer. You just unzip them in any directory. They still work with recent Windows version, except there is no long filename support (see screeshot).
    Wow, those guys must have really had their act together back then. It looks like they had a lot of the same tools we still see today.

    Judging from the toolbar icons, I think I see...

    Silence
    Pitch change
    Compression
    Lots of effects
    Envelopes
    FFT
    Spectrum analyzer
    Normalize
    Waveform editing
    Metering
    Cue points
    ...and a few others I cannot identify.

    I remember EGA from the late 80's. I paid big bucks just to use 16 colors simultaneously. I was the envy of my whole block, though. I even had CGA prior to that. Perhaps only us old guys know how ugly that was.

    Thank you Logic,
    RawDepth

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    On the screenshot from left to right:

    new wave
    open
    save
    save selection
    start another instance of Cool Edit (as it can only open one file at once)

    undo

    reverse
    silence
    invert
    music
    amplify
    channel mixer
    dynamics processing
    delay
    distortion
    echo
    echo chamber
    envelope
    FFT filter
    flanger
    noise reduction
    normalize
    quick filter
    reverb
    stretch
    brainwave synchronizer (Adobe renamed it to binaural auto-panner and removed the frequency names)

    generate silence
    DTMF signals
    generate noise
    generate tones

    toggle between continues and looped playback
    monitor input level (same as doubleclicking the peak meters)
    adjust settings
    frequency analysis
    wave information
    scripts for automation
    cue list
    help
    cd player

    As you see, the feature list is pretty much complete, except for the multitrack capabilities. The main differences between versions were always support for more formats and enhancing the existing effects. The preview button was added rather late.

    I noticed, there is a more complete history in the help file:
    Version History
    1.53
    Many minor bug fixes that have increased the quality and stability of Cool Edit.
    Fixed bug in saving and recalling Quick Filter presets.
    Hitting Cancel on Not enough memory for undo inadvertently disabled all previous undos.
    Added Display Time Format menu under Edit.
    Spent an extra couple weeks updating Cool Edits copy protection to keep the program from being cracked and hacked into.
    If you have Windows 95, please try Cool Edit 95 as it will run several times faster and has a few extra features.
    Added a direct CD record option to copy exact digital samples off of CD for drives that support it

    1.52
    Sample rate conversion quality has improved even more.
    Users of the Lite version of Cool Edit now have access to the new high quality sample rate conversion.

    Added Amiga IFF file format.
    Some glitches in working with scripts have been eliminated.
    CD titles are automatically read from the Windows 95 CDPLAYER.INI file.
    File Open and File Save As dialog boxes remember nonstandard filename extensions, and remember last used Options settings for
    each format.
    If no selection is made before performing a Transform operation, the current view is used.
    A new ruler has been added to the waveform display.
    Frequency Analysis display has been improved with decibel calibration and solid line view for more accuracy.
    Spectral View has been improved by increasing the dynamic range of the display. Even the faintest signals are now plotted.
    Waves play automatically if loaded from the command line.
    Left and Right channels can be chosen individually by clicking near the top or bottom of the waveform display.
    When loop playing, the looping will change to match the portion being selected.

    Added option to control the number of play/record buffers for fine tuning recording quality.
    Batch file processing now handles about 5,000 files per batch (up from a previous limit of about 200).
    Faster sample rate conversion.
    Faster Filter function in "locked" mode when not dynamically changing filter over time.
    Faster Echo Chamber function by 5 to 20 times or more depending on room configurations.

    1.51
    Added A-Law, mu-Law, byte-reversed, and unsigned formats to the PCM raw data format. Also added optional header (.DAT) files for
    specifying format information for raw data.
    Added support for Microsoft ACM (Audio Compression Manager) file formats.
    Added a 5-bit IMA ADPCM compression for a higher quality ADPCM taking only 25% more space.
    Rebuilt level meters: Display is logarithmic (and labeled) in decibels (dB); Right-mouse-button configuration menu; Clipping indicators;
    Peak meters easier to see; Meter displays while Playing and Recording as well; Meter spans the entire width of the window for arbitrary
    precision.

    Added user defined undo levels (maximum is 32 levels of undo).
    Fixed 'memory hog' characteristic of Reverb function.
    Quick Help no longer disables the Alt key.
    Undo Music was corrupt, it's fixed now.
    Drive letter only (e.g. "D:\") undo directory now works fine - it was causing a 'not enough memory for undo' message erroneously. Also
    fixed problem when temporary directory specified for a non-existent drive.
    Space bar start/stop playing disabled when monitoring audio.
    Destination directory always set properly in batch processing, even if the directory is directly typed in instead of using the browse
    button.
    Added Zero Crossing function to adjust cursor position or highlight to zero crossings. Use F4 to quickly snap to zero crossing.
    Functions will work on entire waveform if no highlight is made.

    Moved location of 'fact' chunk in .WAV files to before the data instead of after to be compatible with other wave programs that do not
    expect this chunk to come after the data.
    New password generator being used that is case and 'space' insensitive in the user name field - previously the user name had to be
    typed in exactly.

    1.50
    Application startup time sped up for owners of CD-ROM drives by not querying the CD-ROM every time the app is started.
    Clicking on the 'black' area of the green slider bar will page the display left or right.
    Cue items may be added to the cue list while audio is playing (F8 will also add the current cursor location or highlight to the cue list).
    Cue list markers and ranges are displayed as blue brackets, or red arrows respectively indicating their locations within the wave.

    Current play time is displayed as a wave is played now.
    New 'Merge' button added to cue list to merge any two cues into a range (hold down on CTRL to select more than one cue entry).
    Added Open Append, and opening of multiple files simultaneously.
    Add 'Hand' icon to Graphs to more easily move graph points.
    Fixed bug in 8-bit 'dither' conversion from 16-bit that occurred only with clipped audio.
    Made separate Undo temporary directory so the undo buffer can be on a separate hard drive if necessary.
    Added multi-level undo, instead of just one level of undo.
    Convert Sample Type is now undoable.
    Added a maximum display size when loading, so the initial display can be limited to a few seconds when a large (several minute) file is
    loaded.
    Added option to keep Cool Edit from writing extra RIFF .WAV information in Options->Info.
    Fixed bug in single channel (of a stereo wave) Filtering and Noise Reduction.

    Enhanced Noise Reduction function by allowing more FFT sizes.
    Fixed bug in Noise Reduction that caused it to stop processing when 99% complete.
    Added 6000Hz VOX file format.
    Added new Reverb function.
    Added Length setting to Stretch function.

    1.34b
    Fixed EQ presets for Echo function, and Stretch presets.
    VOX file format will prompt "Convert to 8000Hz...?" instead of auto-converting.
    Fixed bug that caused GP Fault when cursor was out of view and Play was pressed in Play From Cursor mode.

    1.34a
    Adjusted play bar speed for SBPro cards to be (hopefully) the right speed now for certain wave formats.
    Fixed 8-bit stretch function (it was truncating all waves to only the lower half).
    Fixed stretching of waves near clipping so distortion does not occur.
    Fixed AU file filter so it works properly for saving 8-bit audio, and so it will save properly instead of just writing out the header at times.

    Fixed Stretch so choosing an overlap of zero percent will not get errors.
    Fixed Quick Filter volume locking and presets (presets were saving as the inverse of what was displayed).
    Fixed possible problems with Undo using multiple instances where Undo in one instance would corrupt another instance's undo buffer.
    Fixed playing on Sound Blaster cards to prevent "Divide By Zero" errors.

    1.34
    Custom effects modules (the *.XFM files). See Effects Modules API to build your own!
    Last used settings for practically every dialog is now remembered between program runs in the [Profile] section of COOL.INI.
    Repeat Last Command function by using F2 (with dialog) and F3 (immediate with previous settings).
    Added variable quality sample type conversion.
    Added a pause button to pause during playing or recording.
    Added a fully configurable distortion effect for getting grunge and blown speaker sounds.

    Added a three dimensional echo/reverb effect to simulate acoustics in rooms of any size.
    Added a Generate DTMF tones function for making telephone signals.
    Added a batch processor to the scripts for running a script on multiple files.
    Added new file formats for Next/Sun (.AU), Raw 8-bit signed (.SAM), SampleVision (.SMP), ASCII Text (.TXT), Dialog ADPCM for voice
    (.VOX), and A-Law/mu-Law for Waves (.WAV) (see Wave Formats).
    Auto-play and file format info features added to File-Open dialogs to play sounds through installed sound drivers for preview and view the
    file format before opening.
    Moved file filter options selection to Save As dialog instead of always displaying options when saving.
    Single channel editing possible for most functions (that do not change size of waveform).

    Improved noise reduction speed for stereo waveforms and added more options. Also displays a noise profile for visual inspection.
    Sped up display times in most areas.
    Sped up Normalize, Amplify and Envelope on slower machines by integerizing routines.
    Added Pause button to progress meter so you can free your system in an emergency without losing your edits.
    Broke out Normalize and Invert into separate functional units. Normalize can be used in a script now.
    Added decibel scales and logarithmic fades to Amplify.
    Modified brainwave synchronizer to have separate high and low settings for intensity and centering.
    Generate Tones now has separate initial and final modulation parameters and independently adjustable frequency multipliers that can
    also vary over time.
    Improved reliability of Monitor Source.
    New settings options for temporary drive.
    Play may begin from cursor or from left edge of screen.

    Frequency analysis window displays information in stereo with left=Cyan and right=Magenta.
    CD Player controls improved, now you can Insert as well as Eject. Also handles over 10,000 CD titles and song lists. That should be
    enough for anybody! Also, the IDs used are compatible with the MUSICBOX.INI file, and any CD titles in MUSICBOX.INI will be
    displayed by Cool Edit.
    Added auto zoom button to cue list so double-clicking on cue item opens view to just that cue range, or zooms into the cue point.
    Zoom In without any selection zooms in at cursor now, and highlight does not go away when zooming in.
    Wave files may be up to 1 Gig in size, which should be sufficient for most applications.
    Open and Save As can be recorded into a script for creating more complex scripts that use temporary files.
    Current file size and number of samples updated while recording.

    Time accuracy increased to 3 decimal digits, and new Frames format added (use Settings to change number of frames per second).
    Uses fewer resources per instance, so more instances may be open at once.
    Right click extends selection (a shortcut to using shift+left click).
    Improved stretch function (preserving tempo or preserving none) by using a better interpolation method.
    Added new Fractional Interval Overlap elongation method to stretch (preserving tempo or preserving pitch).
    Notes are turned off now when you are not listening to a Music preview.
    Filtering has been improved/fixed to be more accurate with less distortion.
    Fixed bug in finding proper file format of a waveform (that was a tricky one!).
    Fixed bug where Cool Edit crashed when loading in NT while a CD was in the drive.
    Progress bar updates ETA time more often, at shorter intervals.

    File types added to Extensions section so programs like File Manager have Cool Edit associated with all formats Cool Edit understands
    (unless format was otherwise associated with a different program).
    Progress meter updates ETA time more often for a more accurate result.
    Lots and lots of other little tweaks, enhancements, and elbow grease went into this version as well.

    1.33
    Fixed bug in Filter Transition from initial to final settings... Final frequencies were off.
    Frequency analysis calculates fundamental frequency much more accurately.
    Added Compressor function to compress/expand dynamic range.
    All graphs have double-clickable points to edit the graphical input point directly.
    Clicking on any of the graph points displays the point's values below, instead of just displaying the mouse position.
    Ring Modulation possible by using "Modulate over Source" checkbox. Instead of generating sine waves, the source is modulated by a
    the sine wave (or any waveform you choose).

    Any type of Modulation possible by using Paste Special's Modulate option.
    Noise reduction function added.
    Sped up some stereo operations for Filter, Spectral View, and Noise Reduction.
    Added smoother 16-bit to 8-bit conversions when copying 16-bit files into an 8-bit waveform.

    1.32
    Filter has adjustable size (previously used 1024, now smoother filtering can be done by using sizes of 2048 or 4096).

    1.31f
    References added to the Brainwave Synchronization help.
    Cue list and Play list remember their positions better when cutting and pasting shifts their positions.

    1.31c-1.31e
    Larger files list display.
    FFT filter much smoother now (previously had some high frequency noise when doing extremely narrow sharp filters).
    Adjustable spatial separation for Generate Noise.
    New "smooth" option added to Wave brainwave synchronizer for an alternative "feel" to the sounds. Also the "gamma" range
    (frequencies above 200 Hz) has been noted.

    New independent left and right meters for Monitor Source, as well as peak indicators.
    Clicking on the Cool window in the waveform area will not move cursor location if Cool Edit is not the active application.
    New display for stereo waveforms, plus a more precise and consistent display for all waveforms.
    Toolbar buttons draw a little quicker now.
    Flange and Special EFX have been combined into a new more powerful Flanger, with a Special Efx option.

    1.31b
    Space bar will act as a 'play' button.
    Warning issued when loading a file takes up ALL available temporary drive space.
    Pasting low sample rate waves into high sample rate waves works properly now.

    1.31a
    Fixed Stretching to less than 50% for preservation modes.
    Fixed displaying of waves more than 15 megs in size.
    Sped up music generation by using temporary files for each note. Long music files can be generated up to 10 times faster, or even
    more!

    Added Open As to open waveforms into any format desired.
    Added Select Entire Wave to quickly select the entire waveform, even if the view is zoomed in.
    The Paste and Paste Special functions now have a progress bar like the rest.

    1.31
    Added the Scripts feature, which allows Cool to remember everything you do, and will let you replay it. One script file can contain many
    individual scripts.
    Wasn't loading from command line properly before.
    Fixed memory hog/crashing bug in Generate Tones.
    Added customizable Toolbar by modifying cool.ini file.
    Added play bar to see what part of the wave is currently being played
    Added Autocue button to Play List to play a single play list item at a time.
    Trim is now undoable. Please turn off the Undo feature whenever you are doing really really large operations if you want Cool to run
    faster, since it will not have to save Undo information.

    Added Save Selection to save the currently highlighted portion of the wave to disk.
    Improved method for stretching while preserving pitch or tempo for cleaner sounding waves called Interval Overlap. See Stretch.
    Improved 'time left' reporting when recording.
    Increased maximum file size from 248 megs to 536 megs.

    1.30b
    There weren't supposed to be any more bugs. But we found some:
    Using FFT functions sometimes crashed (like FFT, Frequency Analysis, Spectral View, or Music). That has been fixed!
    Undo paste when Hilight After Paste was not checked didn't work. It does now.
    File filters have been modified to allow any format to be broken up into multiple files. For example, the WAV file format can have several
    file filters for different compression schemes.
    IMA/DVI ADPCM compression filter added to package (dvi.flt), which allows compressing of 16-bit audio down to 4, 3, and even 2-bit
    (with noticeable loss in quality at 2-bit).


    1.30a
    Found more bugs: fixed Undo for Paste (special/loop/regular), and Undo Delete.
    Fixed Re-Open on PCM files (would hang).
    Added Undo for Music.
    Added presets for Envelope and Filter.
    Added initial/final settings for overtones in Generate Tones.
    Revised Music dialog by adding Constant Duration checkbox to replace Adjust Duration.

    1.30
    Find Frequency is now a graph of the frequency spectrum.
    Fixed the remaining known bugs, and completed spec for building custom file filters.

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