Allow for more DSP effects offered by SoX, e.g. the contrast, compand and mcompand effects (cf. http://sox.sourceforge.net/sox.html).
Quote from: pbelkner on 28 October, 2010, 05:19:52 AMAllow for more DSP effects offered by SoX, e.g. the contrast, compand and mcompand effects (cf. http://sox.sourceforge.net/sox.html).Would be nice to have something as simple and powerful as a user defined SoX command line. E.g. something like:sox -p -p rate -h 96kwhere "rate -h 96k" can be any SoX effect chain.
This would be of great value to the plugin because it would allow users to have full access to SoX, and that's why I like the idea very much. Unfortunately there's no "out of the box" parser for the SoX command line, and I have write one at least for the effects chain syntax.
Thanks for this great plugin. To me, it sounds better than the default Winamp5lite FLAC decoder.
But I may be mistaken as the Foobar2000 FAQ says that there's no difference between almost all the modern music players (http://www.foobar2000.org/FAQ#other_questions /sound better).
Please basically explain to me why this feature isn't built-in the SoX player and why it's not possible - or recommended - to enable it.
Quote from: elge on 28 September, 2012, 05:53:55 AMBut I may be mistaken as the Foobar2000 FAQ says that there's no difference between almost all the modern music players (http://www.foobar2000.org/FAQ#other_questions /sound better).Cf. my motto below and trust your ears. I've figured this out wasting about ten years unsuccessfully following other people's advise.
Since Zeranoe build ffmpeg-20121003-git-df82454-win32-shared.7z from Oct 3rdMonkey's Audio APE files give stuttering sound and produce various artificial noice effects.
Since I use it to decode and upsample all of my audio formats(AAC;AIF;AIFF;APE;FLAC;M4A;M4P;MP3;MPC;OGG;SHN;WAV;WMA;WV;)it make all other input plugins in Winamp obsolete*.
By the way what is planar output versus interleaved?
Hi,In my first post here I would like to thank you for this excelent project! I've replaced all audio input plugins with FFSoX and full version of ffmpeg.However, with Zeranoe FFmpeg v20121105, ogg do not play properly (same problem as fixed APE).Keep your great work!
with Zeranoe FFmpeg v20121105, ogg do not play properly (same problem as fixed APE).
Please note that the SRC resampler takes a lot of CPU compared to the SoX resampler:
is there an up-side?
Quote from: bandpass on 08 December, 2012, 11:18:04 AMis there an up-side?Yes, of course! Unfortunately I can't tell you 'cause probably it's subject to TOS #8
I think it's a good idea, thought I think there are too many choices. 25%, 50% and 75% should be adequate, 20% steps will definitely be adequate.
By the way: do you recommend the use of the steep filter option? and why?
This is a very impressive piece of TOS-8 skirting: the posts here omit all mentions of sound quality, but the plugin doesn't seem to make much sense unless it's meant to influence SQ...