Hello, I need an experienced and talented Visual C# .NET programmer to look at my software program. It needs a few fixes. SCREENSHOTS: [url removed, login to view] (I can send you a compiled version of the program if you'd like) Your bid is for the following bug fixes. 1. Fix the "Download from YouTube" feature. This feature downloads an FLV file from a YouTube video so it can be converted using the software. 2. Change the "Download from YouTube" feature so that the program does not re-convert the downloaded FLV file *if* all "Original" settings are chosen. 3. Right now, the software doesn't work with Windows 64-bit. I believe this is because a certain DLL (MediaInfo) is not compatible with 64-bit. However, there is a 64-bit DLL version available at: [url removed, login to view] 4. Investigate why the software does not work with Vista's "User Account Control." Vista does not seem to like it when the program loads certain files. I am wondering if it is possible to have the software detect if the user is running 64-bit, and if so, use this 64-bit DLL, so that the software will work right. This isn't a huge project and should not take a huge amount of time. PLEASE NOTE: I hold the copyright to the source code and no portion of it may be used for any other project. Thank you! Keith -- This is a small business project, please bid accordingly --
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