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Wink How does arc.ini affects the compression?

Thanks to admin, im newly here and i want to be here as soon as possible.

Okay i created my compressor which i made the script where the batch/cmd command script of arc.exe to load and run external compressors. But suddenly i notice that arc.ini affects the external compressor performance so that i want to know those commands for arc.ini ..

If someone knows also which external compressors are better, please dont be shy to suggest. I currently using precompv038 which inspire me when i see blackbox repack, also inspire me because of less bugs and makes files much bigger on which they become lossly so that srep and arc can compress them more intensely. Furthermore, i uses arc.exe which is on CLI It it freearc v0.67 and srep 3.2

im using different arc.ini based on compression method.
i have a separate for the corresponding method.

Thanks for reading this ! I hope you understand my way of asking and elaborating something .

Thanks in advance !
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