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Fade-in/out DSP

I'm looking for simple fade-in/fade-out (not crossfade!) DSP, with customizable fading length. Is there such plugin?

Re: Fade-in/out DSP

Reply #1
Fake Gapless DSP is a simple cosine fade, but as it was meant for fixing lossy encoding glitching its config allows only 10 ms fades at max. If you need longer I could make a version with no such limit.

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Reply #2
Does it do both fade in and out?

If so, it is almost what I'm looking for.

Fake Gapless DSP is a simple cosine fade, but as it was meant for fixing lossy encoding glitching its config allows only 10 ms fades at max. If you need longer I could make a version with no such limit.

Please, if you can.

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Reply #3
Took a bit longer than I anticipated. But version 1.0 of Fade In/Out DSP is ready.

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Reply #4
Great! Thank you!

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Reply #5
An option to not trigger when the track starts from the beginning or ends at the ending would be awesome. Though that might be beyond the capabilities of DSP.

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Reply #6
What do you mean exactly? To have an option to not apply fade-in to the first played track and no fade-out to the last played track? Such a thing would be possible to achieve for realtime playback but it wouldn't work with Converter. Or did you mean something else?

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Reply #7
What I meant was not to apply it when any "natural" starts/stops occur within the playlist. I.E.:
1. The track starts playing from the beginning when 'play' is pressed (not form a paused state)
2. The track ends because its playtime runs out
3. Next track in the playlist/queue starts autoplaying from the beginning

So, the fadein/out would only trigger when you press stop, pause, or resume paused track
Hope that's more comprehensible

Re: Fade-in/out DSP

Reply #8
What I meant was not to apply it when any "natural" starts/stops occur within the playlist. I.E.:
1. The track starts playing from the beginning when 'play' is pressed (not form a paused state)
2. The track ends because its playtime runs out
3. Next track in the playlist/queue starts autoplaying from the beginning

So, the fadein/out would only trigger when you press stop, pause, or resume paused track
Hope that's more comprehensible
Hope this helps:

From the wiki

Fading

This section appears when a DirectSound device is selected.

Without fading, transitions can be jarring when jumping from one track to the next, or when seeking within a track. This section allows this effect to be softened.

The sliders adjust the fade in and fade out values or the currently selected type of fade (pause & stop, seek within a track, manual track change, automatic track change). Arrow keys may allow the sliders to be adjusted with greater precision than a mouse or touch surface.

Re: Fade-in/out DSP

Reply #9
Yeah, thanks for the heads up. Unfortunately that is Directsound only.

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Reply #10
Very useful plugin. Thank you.

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Reply #11
HI,
I'm trying this but while works great in playback, during convert process, stop working after about 8 songs (I think that because of cpu core used). so if I convert 40 songs, just the first are with fade out and others no.
Thank you for your help.
Aldo

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Reply #12
Thanks for the report. Fixed version has been uploaded.

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Reply #13
Hello everybody,

I am using foobar2000 v1.6, and installed the Fade In/Out DSP, and activated it, but it does not show under View -> DSP. How do I use this component?
Unfortunately the documentation as linked is empty ...

Anybody, please help!

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Reply #14
Update to my last post: I think I found out how to use the DSP Fade In/Out. Am I correct in understanding that it is a general setting?

I am looking for an option to fade out selected songs of a playlist after 30 seconds. Is this possible with foobar2000 ?


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Reply #16
Hello MojoBass,

thank you for your support! I installed SkipTrack and tried it out. It partly solves my question.

However, there are two issues still to be worked out for me:
- If I do add a "SKIP"-tag to a file it will stop playing EVERY TIME the song is played independently of the playlist it is contained in. This means that every song of my specific playlist that I want to stop playing has to be changed once in the beginning and once after the playlist has been played through (to not leave the change with the songs permanantly). I would prefer the ending of the song after e.g. 30 seconds only in this specific playlist or to be a one time event.
- I could not find the option of fading out the song after e.g. 30 seconds to soften the ending of the specified track before foobar skips to the next track. Is there a possibility to fade out with SkipTrack instead of just jumping to the next song?

 
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