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Dolby Headphone Wrapper

Looking for some help with the Dolby Headphone Wrapper plug-in.

I've had that installed and added through the DSP manager for some time, but I'm not sure if it's hooked up correctly. It's been some time since I installed it, and I can't remember how I did it.

When I look at the settings, there is a message "Status - Invalid DLL : required functions missing"
Is there any help available on that Wrapper plug-in?
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Re: Dolby Headphone Wrapper

Reply #1
You haven't pointed the DLL path at the correct DOLBYHPH.DLL file acquired from a piece of software which bundles the filter plugin.

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Reply #2
This is what's in the folder when I click on the location button to load the DLL.X

Re: Dolby Headphone Wrapper

Reply #3
Read what's written in "About" section in your first screenshot.

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Reply #4
DfPD: That image shows that the file you need, "DolbyHph.dll", is NOT in the Foobar main folder.  Locate it using Windows "Search" (for instance), and then point the dialog box to the correct location.  If you don't have the file anymore, it can prove a bit difficult to find.  Cyberlink PowerDVD installations had (have?) it included.

Re: Dolby Headphone Wrapper

Reply #5
Thanks for all the help. I just found the "DolbyHph.dll" online, downloaded it, and the error message is now gone.
I thought the file was with plug-in when I installed it....anyway, it's working just fine, now.

 

Re: Dolby Headphone Wrapper

Reply #6
The file is not free for anyone to distribute. Developers pay Dolby to license it and include it with their apps.