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Why are there two different FLUX Analyzer Essential application files installed?

The f64 FLUX:: Analyzer Essential application file works internally in 64-bit float, while the non-f64 version works internally in 32-bit float, it’s a minor difference in precision, and with the 64-bit version consuming more processing resources.

The 32-bit version is already very precise and should be more than enough for all common everyday applications. The 64bit version is provided for very specific applications; that sometimes may require extreme detail in the analysis.

Files installed

Analyzer Essential

Windows 64 bit

  • FluxAnalyzer-x64.exe
  • FluxAnalyzer-f64-x64.exe

Mac OS X 64 bit

  • FluxAnalyzer
  • FluxAnalyzer-f64

The f64 FLUX:: Analyzer application works internally in 64bit float, while the non f64 version works internally in 32bit float, it’s a minor difference in precision, with the 64bit version consuming more processing resources.

The 32bit version is already very precise, and more than enough for all common everyday applications. The 64bit version is provided for very specific applications; that sometimes may require extreme detail in the analysis.


Session Analyzer

Windows 64 bit

  • Studio Session Analyzer-x64.exe

Mac OS X 64 bit

  • Studio Session Analyzer

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