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Topic: Android music players that support Opus and R128 gain (Read 686 times) previous topic - next topic
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Re: Android music players that support Opus and R128 gain

Reply #1
You might look at gonemad. It mentions r128 support being added in an old changelog.

http://gonemadmusicplayer.blogspot.com/2018/12/its-been-awhile-since-ive-posted-update.html

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gonemad.gmmp&hl=en_GB&gl=US


Re: Android music players that support Opus and R128 gain

Reply #3
I also recommend GoneMadMusicPlayer. If you are into customized playlists, GMMP has the most extensive list op options that I Have Found So Far!
Glass half full!

Re: Android music players that support Opus and R128 gain

Reply #4
Neutron Music PlayerSpoiler (click to show/hide)If you are aware of compatibility and bored about changing configuration settings in every music player, just want to play you could use EZ CD paid/trial version

Opus 96-192Kbps and Aac-lc 96-128Kbps
Source 32bit floating point is fine don't need dithering (dB noise -758dBFS that's a lot)
Source Fixed Point aka Integer should use dithering to prevent truncation distortion
Source is RAW

Re: Android music players that support Opus and R128 gain

Reply #5
Here's another recommendation for GoneMAD Music Player. I haven't used the R128 gain personally on it, but that's because I do it with dBpoweramp when converting my music to opus for the android player. That being said. I have a list of songs that need to have the gain applied by album instead of song, and I have to manually do them different.
GoneMAD has the option to prefer album replay gain, and it does its own scan to find replay gain levels.
Processed audio in java and python.