@abc95086, I don't know if you're a new HydrogenAudio user but check your PM.
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Lowerbar and Details: fontLight, fontRegular, fontBold.Oh, I know the problem; If artist name isn't English will get crashed...
Playlist: fontSegoeUI and fontSegoeUISemibold.
How exactly do you reproduce the crash? Just clicking on the playlist group header links works fine on my end...
Does it happen only on specific album?
perhaps I am asking for a lower bound on the total number of bits needed to lossless express a large catalog of music while also keeping the size of the decoder < 1MB.I think the performance of e.g. Monkey's Audio and OptimFROG at their slowest encoding speeds is a good indicator. Basically, it boils down to: who comes up with the most complicated audio signal predictors (for extracting a residual from the input waveforms) and entropy coding algorithms (for packing that residual similar to what Zip does). We've converged to very similar lossless coding ratios already around the turn of the century, and even if you'd make the lossless encoders try all possible options when encoding a piece of audio (which would make it 100 to 1000 times slower, I guess), the end result is unlikely to change by more than a few percent.
Note: use try/catch to handle invalid queries. An empty handle list will be returned if the query is valid but there are no results.
on newer MP3's the adjustment isn't the same (ie it's relatively louder)It's also a "finer" adjustment (1/10th of a dB?). MP3Gain can only make 1.5dB adjustments because of limitations of the MP3 format.