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Meanwhile I'm working on adding XBMC Smart playlist support.
Not only as a read only format, but also to convert current AutoPlaylists within foobar to a Kodi readable format... so they can be used on both devices. Currently I have been able to translate XBMC queries to Foobar queries, the part that takes more time is the reverse process (since foobar queries can be arbitrarily complex...).
Working great so far, and as a bonus, since Smart Playlists allow to use another playlists as sources, they can be effectively used as way to merge different playlists as pools.
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The XSP playlists uses 'Search...' and 'example' playlists as sources, on first load all their tracks are used and sort randomly. On second load there is a limit of 100 tracks. On any case, duplicates are removed, not only using standard foobar 'remove duplicates' which doesn't touch tracks with same tags but different physical handles, but also by tags (as seen in Playlist-Tools-SMP).
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The final aim is being able to translate most of the playlists created within foobar to other devices -and back- without loss of functionality. Manually duplicating those 30 autoplaylists from Foobar into Kodi can easily take days... while this approach would do it in seconds. The same applies copying playlists to Foobar2000 mobile, which requires manually editing paths, track conversion, etc. now all done automatically in one click with the 'Export and convert' presets.
And for data sessions (EnhancedCD or the Playstation type), then I don't know whether cloning software is actually to put the data in precisely the same location on the CDr.I don't know if any existing software is so meticulous about it, but in theory one could burn a CD in raw mode with adjustments to account for the write offset. Getting an exact match would depend on the drive: not all of them support raw mode, and the ones that do support it might refuse to write unusual things like offset-corrected data.
And you still need an accurate read of the disc.
See attached screenshot
@amariamiyep thanks man I just showing your quoted and Markuza97 to @DVDdoug
On the other hand, for plain integer PCM it is impossible to go beyond 0dBFS. Since your quoted text of mine is not originated from a lossy codec discussion, I have to point this out in order to make it clear.
When opening another file and exiting that file though, playing the previously played track starts it from the start instead of where I last left off
Is there an easy method of letting each file remember where I last played it, so that each file has a resume point on exit
Not like a manual bookmark, but an automatic book mark, like saving the last played position on exit
Your post made me start tinkering with the SACD settings in the Tools tab and I actually got it working!
Mostly the DoP for Converter cannot be checked and
DSD 2PCM Mode can't handle (64fp) it has to be (32fp)
These are my settings that worked
Output mode: DSD+PCM, DoP for converter (unchecked)
PCM Volume: 0dB, LFE as-is
PCM Samplerate: 352800
DSD 2PCM Mode: Direct (32fp, 30Hk lowpass)
Preferable Area: Multichannel
DSD Processor: DSD Processor