Here it is, but I must warn you, it hasn't been maintained since the end of 2005, so don't expect any of the new features or formats I've added since then.
Kode54, thanks a lot for the update but I still look forward to seeing the "Playback override" settings be used by the Converter.
Would it be possible to have an option to enter a default genre that gep reports for formats that don't support the field? For example, VGM doesn't have a genre field which results in everything showing up under the ? category instead of "game" which I have usf and smc files under.Thanks!
Use [%genre%] in your titleformatting.
or maybe,$if($strcmp(%codec%,VGM),$if2([%genre%],no VGM genre tag present),%genre%)
edit 1: Compared with winamp's in_vgm, it's like foo_gep cuts some high frequencies, everything else is ok. Also, would it be possible to have both cores and let user switch? (but I guess if it is not planned, no one needs it anyway)
SCC support on foo_gep is really buggy with some MSX Games such as Snatcher.
I think it has more to do with the resampler used to downsample the output of the YM2612 emulator.
Quote from: kode54 on 06 May, 2009, 01:36:09 PMI think it has more to do with the resampler used to downsample the output of the YM2612 emulator.Downsampling is used in foo_gep? Isn't it a bad thing?
- Fixed and improved the NSFE and SPC context menu tagging functions.- Fixed a bug where newly tagged SPC length and fade would not register on the reread file length after a tag edit operation.- Version is now 1.67- Enabled equalizer-only effects control over GYM and VGM inputs.- Version is now 1.666Basically, the new tag editor allows you to edit only length or fade by leaving the other field blank. Or do nothing by leaving both blank. You can also mass apply length and/or fade to multiple files this way, defaulting to both fields blank and therefore doing nothing.Regarding the SPC tagging bug, your fade times were probably writing to the files properly, and probably would have played for the correct fade time, but you would have had to force a manual info reload to see the displayed track duration change.