Yet flawless in W7/WMP12, perfect.
Some questions, what is the purpose of that proxy/stub modul bundled in installator?
Which compiler did you use, MSVC2010?
Sorry, i didn't specify the bits of the os i've used, x86.
Maybe i don't fully understand the problem with 32bit floating point wav samples in wmp, but i've tested and can confirm, that in W7/x86 the 32/192 wav audio data played back through wmp12 are definitelly filtered with bs2b, the same case with HDCD playback ("use 24-bit audio for audio CDs" enabled)I've played back 16/24/32bit wav samples at different sample rates and 16/44, 24/96 wmal samples and as i wrote earlier, no problems yet.
Can you try my 32bit float WAV files are made by Audacity?This files are played but not passed to my DSP on Windows XP SP3 WMP11.
About HDCD playback: samples are not 20bit, they are 24bit MS surprises ;-)
thank you for HDCD test on 7
Can anyone make a dumbed-down explaination on how to calculate optimal cut-off freq based on ones head size?
And thank you, now I know, my HDCD/CD code is right for not only XP :-)
Sorry to all about WMP discuss, anyway this is another thing why programmers don't like WMP but love fb2k ;-)
I gave it a careful listen today and it turns out bs2b actually works i.e. I hear a slight difference but is barely noticeable, even with all the sliders maxed out. What do i do?
Well, of course it might be just me but I think it's a lot more possible that there's something wrong with my computer or sound card.
I love this plugin - I use it every day. Can you tell me, is it optimized for quality or speed? I mean, is there room for improvement in the filters used?
I note that your source is published under the GNU-compatible MIT license. We publish all our code here under the GPL v2 license, which is also GNU compatible. Just wanted to get your permission to include this in XBMC published under the GPL license, supplied with our software and included in the header of each source file.
May you please update Audacious and / or XMMS plugin? I loved your plugin for foobar2000 so much, but since I'm on Linux I can no longer benefit from your superb work.