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MultiPar was made as an alternative to QuickPar. The GUI is similar to QuickPar by getting agreement from Peter Clements. While it looks like a multi-language version of QuickPar, there are some good features; Unicode characters, directory-tree, faster repairing, smaller recovery files, batch scripting, and so on.

Feature

MultiPar supports both PAR 1.0 and PAR 2.0 specifications. See the Parchive project for details of Parchive. MultiPar uses UTF-8 or UTF-16 to treat filenames with non-ASCII characters. While MultiPar and par2_tbb can treat sub-directory and UTF-8 filename, QuickPar and other PAR2 clients cannot treat them. Almost all PAR2 clients don't support UTF-16 filename and comment. Be careful to use those special features.

System requirement

MultiPar requires a PC with Windows 2000 or later (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, etc). Because MultiPar consists of 32-bit applications, users of 64-bit OS may need to do system setting for compatible mode.

Please note! This Wiki contains about 95% of all help information from Multipar 2013/11/29 - version 1.2.4.2. If you are missing something please go to Multipar Help.

Wiki Reviewed: 2014/02/24