In computer science and information theory, data compression, source coding or bit-rate reduction is the process of encoding
information using fewer bits than the original representation would use.
Compression is useful because it helps reduce the consumption of expensive resources, such as hard disk space or transmission
bandwidth. On the downside, compressed data must be decompressed to be used, and this extra processing may be detrimental to some applications.
UHarc is a high-compression 386+ DOS and Windows file archiver with multimedia support. It is written by Uwe Herklotz and is
available in binary form, free only for non-commercial use. Memory requirements depend on the compression method used.
Uha.dll : https://hostr.co/ItKDz2xOPilS
>>A file to compress<<
First go and download Uha.dll file
Paste it on the folder where the file to compress exists.
Open up notepad and paste the following :
ren uha.dll uha.exe
uha.exe a -m3 -r -pf -o FILENAME.arc LOCATION
ren uha.exe uha.dll
Now replace the “filename” with the a name that would be the name of the compressed file and “location” with the location of the file that you want to compress.The file format must be given while typing the location.In my case, “Aero Smith – Crazy.mp3”.So it would look like this :
Now go to File > Save as > setup.bat or something.bat and save it.
Now Open the newly created .bat file.The setup will start to compress the file.
Now you will see that a new filename.arc file is present at that folder.
Now right click on the setup.bat file and choose edit.And then in the third line,erase everything except the “uha.exe” and replace it with “x -y song.arc”.So it would look like this :
Now save the file
Now you can just delete the original file and save the compressed file.Anytime you want to uncompress,just double click on
the setup.bat and it will automatically extract.
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