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Problems with smooth output vs sample rate changes confirmed, will be fixed in beta 11 tomorrow.
I normally would have typed the search using all lowercase letters, but in this case I did a cut and paste from the Selection Properties window to the filter box (which I often do).
Asymmetric search means that "motorhead" will return everything with "Motörhead" but not the other way around. If you want more hits, use minuscules. If you want more precision, type precisely.
Southern Culture On The Skids
It returned all three albums I have by SCOTS, but for the album "The Electric Pinecones" it only returned one song, "Waiting On You." When I replaced the search with
southern culture on the skids
I got all three albums and all 12 songs from "The Electric Pinecones." The difference is that for two of the albums I used "Southern Culture On The Skids" for the artist name and for "The Electric Pinecones" I used "Southern Culture on the Skids" (blame freedb and laziness on my part for not being consistent).
At first I thought that this might be limited to only capital O's, but I've since determined it is any capital letter. I determined this by creating two dummy files
My only regret.mp3
My Only Regret (take 2).mp3
Searching for "my only regret" returns both files. Searching for "my Only regret" or "my only Regret" only returns the latter file (all searches without quotation marks).
If the search is truly case-insensitive, all of these searches should be equivalent.
I'm running foobar2000 v1.6.6 on Windows 10 Home.
I've been messing around with saving playlists lately (as m3u files), mainly to use them on a tablet with the Android foobar2000. I'm not sure I've mastered that one yet, but when you save a playlist on a PC at least, fb2k only seems to save as much of the path as necessary.
As an example, if you have an MP3 buried a few subfolders down, such as
and you save the playlist somewhere outside that folder structure, fb2k saves the full file path.
If you save a playlist to FolderA, it'll be saved in the playlist file as
or if you save it to FolderB
The playlists need to be located in the same place in the folder structure on the second PC when you import them, or fb2k starts looking from the top. Can't find "F:\FolderB\FolderC\Song.mp3" etc.
- Burst first pass. Checks AccurateRip, stops if verified
- Burst second pass. Checks AccurateRip, stops if verified or CRC matches 1st pass
- Secure passes