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  • Yeye
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #50
This is the best spectrum visualization plugin. But transparancy is missing to be perfect.
  • Last Edit: 02 March, 2008, 09:16:11 AM by Yeye

  • vondecker
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #51
I'll second the request for functionality into the sub-bass. If your sub can make sound down there, why not be able to see it?

Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #52
Love this plugin.
@Mastermind - I wish I could see how you got that to look like that.  I have tried to get Peakmeter on with AlbumArt and the Columns_UI.  I cannot get them to arrange no matter what I try.  All I get is a wide separator - either vertical or horizontal.  I really want to put the Peakmeter above or below the AlbumArt panel both to the left of the playlist.

RC

  • foo_pm
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #53
Damn ! I was really hoping for that one.  More precisely, what I was hoping for was not an orientation setting, but this :
(1) A symmetric layout for L spectrum / R spectrum :
=> Example :[L spectrum 20.000 --- 20 Hz] [20 Hz --- 20.000 Spectrum R] in the same row, not one over the other of course
(2) The possibility to add the peakmeter wherever we want (or at least between the two L and R spectrums) :
=> Example : [L Spectrum 20.000 --- 20 Hz] [L / R PEAKMETER HERE] [20 Hz --- 20.000 Spectrum R]
Can you imagine this totally symmetrical layout ? It would be REALLY beautiful !
(yeah, I like symmetrical things  )
Pleeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase !!!!!!!!!!!!! 
Thank you!  I will take this into consideration. But I think i need to concentrate on other suggestions like adjustable sensitivity and refresh time first before something like this could be implemented.


Don't know what this "window function" accuracy setting does and have no time to find this out, but thanks! 
 


kudos, very well done! looks great!
Thank you! 
I'd also like the ability to auto-fill panel, including the potential to automatically adjust number of bands/fft size/spacing to achieve the auto-fill.
The fft size will be no part of the autosize algorithm. Maybe the number of bands.
edit: Did you write the DSP math (fft, window function, etc) yourself?
any chance at releasing source code? pretty please? Might get some people to implement features and submit back to you (hopefully you've got some version control going, even if local) 
The most part of fft based on popular algorithms. The window functions are only mathematical formulas. So only performance aspects have to be considered. It’s not something special. If i don't got the time or losing interest to perform maintenance, i will release the source.

Very nice plugin. But what I'm missing, is the possibility of transparent background.
Thank you!  It's already on the todo list.
My 2nd problem is, that the plugin doesn't rezise, when I change the width of my foobar window...
It's also on the list. 

Thank you foo_pm! Your plugins rock.

This is my simple yet useful layout on white background

[a href="http://i203.photobucket.com/albums/aa228/Mastermnd_/Foobar.png" target="_blank"]

This is the best spectrum visualization plugin. But transparancy is missing to be perfect.
Thank you! 

Moderation: Propagated image to thumbnail conversion. Also removed two excess emoticons because the board software would not let me save the post with the previous number of them.
  • Last Edit: 11 March, 2008, 07:47:06 AM by foosion

  • foo_pm
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #54
I'll second the request for functionality into the sub-bass. If your sub can make sound down there, why not be able to see it?
You can see the sub bass. All frequencies below 28 Hz are consolidated into the 28 Hz Band. I'll think about new bands down to 16.35 Hz, but only to display the C0 octave (see this post).

Love this plugin.
  Thanks!

  • Mastermnd
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #55
@heatstroke and yeye: Check your pms

  • Jose Hidalgo
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #56

Damn ! I was really hoping for that one.  More precisely, what I was hoping for was not an orientation setting, but this :
(1) A symmetric layout for L spectrum / R spectrum :
=> Example :[L spectrum 20.000 --- 20 Hz] [20 Hz --- 20.000 Spectrum R] in the same row, not one over the other of course
(2) The possibility to add the peakmeter wherever we want (or at least between the two L and R spectrums) :
=> Example : [L Spectrum 20.000 --- 20 Hz] [L / R PEAKMETER HERE] [20 Hz --- 20.000 Spectrum R]
Can you imagine this totally symmetrical layout ? It would be REALLY beautiful !     
(yeah, I like symmetrical things  )
Pleeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase !!!!!!!!!!!!! 
Thank you!  I will take this into consideration. But I think i need to concentrate on other suggestions like adjustable sensitivity and refresh time first before something like this could be implemented.

Thank YOU !  I'll wait then, no problem, I'll be patient. 

  • cosmosis
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #57
Very nice!

Any way you could expand the frequency range to 48KHz? I ask because I play 24-bit/96KHz on a daily basis and it would be nice to see the full range.

  • krondor
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #58
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Any way you could expand the frequency range to 48KHz?


Yes, could be nice too...

  • Jose Hidalgo
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #59
Any way you could expand the frequency range to 48KHz? I ask because I play 24-bit/96KHz on a daily basis and it would be nice to see the full range.

"see" is the right word, because I'm pretty sure there's no way you can hear 48KHz... provided your tweeter is able to reproduce it, and provided your speaker's filtering system does not cut every frequency well before 48KHz... 
(just kidding, don't take it personally  )

  • cosmosis
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #60
Heh, obviously not. I can go almost to 20 though.

But I do needledrops, and some of these old records go well past 40KHz. I just think it's neat to see how high they go.

Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #61
Thank you for great plug-in

Just one plea 
Is there any possibility you would consider adding scrolling spectrum analyzer like the one included in default UI? After lots of waiting and tweaking I finally dropped default UI and returned back to the lovely columns/panels, and the only thing that I miss is the spectrum. Don't know how hard it is to code, but it makes detecting transcodes and poor rips much easier. Please consider it

  • SeaFargo
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #62
Just to let you see my spectrum configuration for full 5.1 output



The image is 1600x1200. Yes, I've a quite big screen ...

This preset gives a full control over all channel level and spectrum.

What a great plugin!!
  • Last Edit: 04 April, 2008, 06:23:06 AM by SeaFargo

  • foo_pm
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #63
Heh, obviously not. I can go almost to 20 though.

But I do needledrops, and some of these old records go well past 40KHz. I just think it's neat to see how high they go.
I'm sorry such an enhancement is currently not planned.

  • foo_pm
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #64
Thank you for great plug-in

Just one plea 
Is there any possibility you would consider adding scrolling spectrum analyzer like the one included in default UI? After lots of waiting and tweaking I finally dropped default UI and returned back to the lovely columns/panels, and the only thing that I miss is the spectrum. Don't know how hard it is to code, but it makes detecting transcodes and poor rips much easier. Please consider it
Thank you!  The DUI Spectrum is too different from the Peakmeter Spectrum component. So something like that is not planned. Why is the detection of "poor rips" with DUI Spectrum easier?

Just to let you see my spectrum configuration for full 5.1 output

[a href="http://rvd.it/Temp/Foobar%20Spectrum%2001.png" target="_blank"] Thank you! 

  • foo_pm
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #65
Version 0.2.0.0 beta is released.

Download Changelog

  • Jojo
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #66
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  • Last Edit: 20 April, 2008, 03:30:37 PM by Jojo
--alt-presets are there for a reason! These other switches DO NOT work better than it, trust me on this.
LAME + Joint Stereo doesn't destroy 'Stereo'

Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #67
Great Spectrum analyzer! I have just one question. Is there a way to get it in its own window instead of having it within Foobar? Thanks!

  • CJ Flash
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #68
Version 0.2.0.0 beta is released.

Thank you for your work, foo_pm! The new options (like peaks fall speed, etc) are amazing!
The past  was yesterday...

  • Andreasvb
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #69
Would it be possible to make so we can import from the old one?

Ok, found a way so that I could have both pref windows open, just copied all the entries.

It looks very neat with the peaks falling down.

Thank you.
  • Last Edit: 20 April, 2008, 02:56:23 PM by Andreasvb
Windows 10 Pro x64 // foobar2000 1.3.10

  • Destroid
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #70
Question for foo_pm:

Any plans for independent vertical/horizontal orientation of peakmeter and spectrum. You see, I'm running both your components at the same time (specifically -- horizonal peakmeter and vertical spectrum). :\

Thanks for all your hard work
"Something bothering you, Mister Spock?"

  • foo_pm
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #71
Great Spectrum analyzer! I have just one question. Is there a way to get it in its own window instead of having it within Foobar? Thanks!
Thanks!  You can use foo_dockable_panels to show the plugin in its own window.


Version 0.2.0.0 beta is released.

Thank you for your work, foo_pm! The new options (like peaks fall speed, etc) are amazing!
Thank you! 

  • CJ Flash
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #72
Any plans for independent vertical/horizontal orientation of peakmeter and spectrum.

Hi!

I've already asked foo_pm to implement this feature, but he said that "it's unfortunately too time-consuming".
The past  was yesterday...

  • foo_pm
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Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #73
Would it be possible to make so we can import from the old one?

Ok, found a way so that I could have both pref windows open, just copied all the entries.

It looks very neat with the peaks falling down.

Thank you.
Thanks!    foo_uie_vis_peakmeter_spectrum Version 0.1.x can import pmf files from foo_uie_peakmeter version 0.0.4.x. The new version 0.2.x will only support peakmeter_spectrum files. I will improve the backward compatibility in the next releases.

Any plans for independent vertical/horizontal orientation of peakmeter and spectrum.

Hi!

I've already asked foo_pm to implement this feature, but he said that "it's unfortunately too time-consuming".
Yes, i'm sorry  , but alternatively you can use two panels. One for the spectrum an one for the peakmeter. 

Peakmeter Spectrum component
Reply #74

Great Spectrum analyzer! I have just one question. Is there a way to get it in its own window instead of having it within Foobar? Thanks!
Thanks!  You can use foo_dockable_panels to show the plugin in its own window.



Wow, thanks for that. I had no idea thats what it was for! I feel so silly now 

Thanks again for your plugin, its the best one out there I think. Also thanks for all your help in this topic, your one of the few people who really support their work and take time to help others.