Last post by PeterMac -
Thank you for reply, but this not depend on Google, Google Home device, it depend from Windows 10 only.
Foobar2000 installed from Microsoft Store on Windows 10 work corectlly and can be controlled by voice commands same like Foobar2000 installed on Windows 7. I think apps from Microsoft Store have some kind of exlusive mode which give them all permissions. I thought you will be know more about this why this happening.
Last post by Wally Walters -
How does the audio quality of Opus 1.3 at 32 kbps stereo compare to 48 kbps FDK these days? Testers of earlier versions claimed they were equivalent, but I found that not yet to be the case,
I already own one of these but I could really do with a second one to keep in the car permanently. It's a great little gadget, but it always seems to be where I'm not! Unfortunately though it has been discontinued for a while and I can't find one to buy anywhere.
Has anyone seen one for sale (maybe I've missed it)? Or does anyone have one for sale? Otherwise, does anyone know of a decent quality alternative?
I will soon be doing a lot of travelling and so have been looking for a good quality USB hub that you plug into the car's cigarette lighter. I found a few on Amazon that got good reviews, but they said they are not compatible with the iPod Classic. Not sure why. But that's one of the devices I'll need to charge amongst others.
So does anyone have or know of something that they could recommend?
I've just tried the latest SDK (2018-03-06) with VS 2017 Enterprise and Community editions versions 15.6.2 and 15.6.3 and there are many errors including missing atl header files ie atlapp.h, atlctrls.h and atlcrack.h.
Last post by Deathcrow -
You are wasting your time. At these bitrates any differences will be inaudible... particular when listening in a car. Just pick the highest VBR setting if that makes you happy and focus on things that actually matter, like listening.