Thanks for this great plugin, it sounds good.I have some MMD0 files (OctaMed) which can't be played with your plugin. Is it possible to see support for it some day? If you need an example file I can send you one.
Hello, kode54!Please tell me, are you planning to add support for the format MT2?
Isn't there already a replayer for the format?
It is inconvenient to use third-party players (modplug a player). I thought if it is possible...
Quote from: kode54 on 14 January, 2013, 02:49:39 AMIsn't there already a replayer for the format?Yes there is, then again there was. Mudlord once assembled a plugin based on the ModPlug sources which includes support for the MT2 format, though he didn't pursue this idea any further and the plugin vanished......so they thought. [a href="ftp://ftp.modland.com/pub/software/players/windows/foobar2000%20v1.0/input%20plugins/Foo_ModPlug%20decoder%20v0.02.rar" target="_blank"][/a] <- hidden link?
Whether there will be an opportunity to return record of tags to the file?
Quote from: Zageron on 17 January, 2013, 04:58:15 PMhttps://dl.dropbox.com/u/43458843/Best_Friends_Forever.rarFixed. Several of the instruments have envelope nodes which have values greater than the limit of 64. I now mimic the behavior of Fast Tracker 2, which is to clamp them to 64, rather than throwing an error.
Unrecoverable playback error: Not enough storage is available to complete this operation. (0x8007000E)
foo_dumb.dll (2013-01-18 14:05:46 UTC) DUMB module decoder 1.0.4
foo_dumb.dll (2013-01-22 20:11:26 UTC) DUMB module decoder 1.0.5- Fixed a serious error in the IT reader's MPT extension parser
I found another module which is replayed incorrectly: orange.ft (Fasttracker 8ch). It used to play fine previously, I don't know with which version of foo_dumb it broke.
I posted a workaround in my playptmod fork, which is unlikely to fix that module, and probably has nothing to do with what that module was doing.
Seems to have something to do with the use of surround for channels. Would you suggest I reimplement surround altogether to apply a little phase offset to the phase inversion, or even implement it to output an actual rear channel so users can downmix their modules themselves?