As you can see, after minimize, the borders of the window changed position, and the content took a more correct sentence. In the first picture, the border along the window edges, on the second, the star of the rating is in the middle position.
Sorry for my English.
- Two 48 kHz wav files that are supposed to be played consecutively (let's not go to 44.1 kHz for now)
- Two corresponding .opus encoded files (using opusenc)
- The two decoded opus files as wav (using opusdec)
- The same (.ogg and decoded wav) for Vorbis
Make sure you use opusenc and opusdec. All the gapless handling is done by the actual tools rather than the Opus library and not all encoders and decoders are going a good job at gapless.
Earlier today, I revisited Foobar2000, updated it to v1.4 and ran a check for component updates, as follows:
Help > Check for updated components > Updates found
This told me that updates were available for both foo_upnp and foo_out_upnp, so I clicked OK. The result for each of these components was the error message "(unknown -please apply changes to load)". Unfortunately, this message means nothing to me. Assistance would be much appreciated.
The Play Dot Sound site makes a good case for decibels. I don't remember why the current tag format was chosen. The gain could have been a straight multiplier too. Maybe the extra digits near fullscale are helpful when doing EAC-style peak level comparisons to determine likely identical masterings. But as the float values get smaller, they are increasignly hard to visualize (in the bitcompare tool the difference values are always small).
I'll confess I don't get it. I understand the need for backwards compatibility. There must be at least five MP3 players on the market capable of reading ReplayGain tags. The data written to tags is one thing though. Couldn't fb2k display volume in both formats while ReplayGain fades away? It seems virtually inevitable to me.The peak level statistic isn't really related to loudness normalization, except in the name chosen in Vorbis/Ape. The player can derive the required format regardless how it is encoded in the particular format. Renaming the tags serves no purpose. I prefer that the original loudness normalization standard remains.
For those that want to know, the SAE 5000 was an analog-only device with a bucket-brigade delay line that purported to "substitute" a snippet of audio immediately after a click was detected by momentarily bypassing the line. Or something like that. I used one back in the 80's. It turns out that the delay line is only 100 microseconds long, so the amount of substitution would be pretty limited. I think that was the sales pitch and in actuality it did more limiting and muting than anything else.
Will check link, thanks!
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All the "temp" music I process/clean/rename etc. is on "D:\Music\ToDo" btw.
Ok, got the issue, sorry I didn't remember about this, the problem is that the 600x600.jpg doesn't get copied over with "* Copy other files: 600*.jpg;..\600*.jpg". "..\600*.jpg" seems to not be working there. Is there a way to make that work?
Starting from/to convert from...
D:\Music\eahm\Aerosmith\Compilation\2002 - O, Yeah! Ultimate Aerosmith Hits (Compilation)
So, now I'm not sure why Case said it didn't work for him.