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Support - (fb2k) / Re: v1.4 grows in memory usage up to 2.5 GB and then crashes on exit
Last post by Peter -
Glad to hear that it's better now. I could not recreate the memory usage creep with your config - possibly because foobar2000 running on my machine has no access to actual files in your music library.

Large memory usage with such large library is unfortunately to be expected. However, some component might be making things worse by adding its own per-library-track memory usage. If making LargeFieldsConfig stricter causes even more resource usage, some component could be demanding to see the full info and loading the information from the files directly bypassing the cache.

I recommend temporarily disabling the components one by one to see if you can find the culprit - if the bug occurs again.
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General Audio / Re: Fake 24-bit FLAC?
Last post by probedb -
Yep... first of all: both flac files are legitimate. They are simple stupid containers and they have nothing to do with their content. It could be tough wav, it could be mp3... flac simple doesn't care.
You need to decode that files and then to do all your testing and show the meta data of source files. Flac is not music-file but archivator (as zip, 7z, rar etc...)

Erm. OK. FLAC is NOT a container format.
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General Audio / Re: .cue file syntax for a stop instruction
Last post by dragut -
* * * CUE files were originally intended for burning CDs * * *
Sorry but that's not good understanding or definition of cue file.
A cue sheet, or cue file, is a metadata file which describes how the tracks of a CD or DVD are laid out. ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cue_sheet_(computing)

kangxi , in 2 words... cuesheet is not made to do that things. That is issue of audio player. For example, do buy foobar2000 (it's not expensive) and than do the next:
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PERFORMER "Steely Dan"
TITLE "Gaucho"
FILE "Gaucho.ape" WAVE
  TRACK 01 AUDIO
    TITLE "Babylon Sisters"
    INDEX 01 02:00:00
  TRACK 02 AUDIO
    TITLE "Another TITLE"
    INDEX 01 02:10:01
In Track 01 Audio, set index1 on the beginning of your passage. In Track 02 Audio set the end of it (in my example, interesting passage is 10 seconds + 1 frame). Start cue, pause it and choose in playback option (order) Repeat Truck. (Truck 01 must be active) That will do the trick. Sure, it should be the copy of original cuesheet, something as, My Favourite Solo.cue
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General Audio / Re: Fake 24-bit FLAC?
Last post by dragut -
* * * 16-bit is a legitimate FLAC file
* * * I also don't know much about audio
Yep... first of all: both flac files are legitimate. They are simple stupid containers and they have nothing to do with their content. It could be tough wav, it could be mp3... flac simple doesn't care.
You need to decode that files and then to do all your testing and show the meta data of source files. Flac is not music-file but archivator (as zip, 7z, rar etc...)
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General Audio / Re: Do you keep "hi-rez" downloads as hi-rez, or do you convert?
Last post by dragut -
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If I download files in lossless formats
First of all, there no format as lossless format or, if you prefer, each file format is lossless format.
IF...
if (or when) you compress / archive your file into some container (flac, ape, aac...) that, new one will become losy (can't recover original data with the origin quality) or lossless (zip, 7z, flac, ape, MLP, ww,...). When above become absolutely clear -- everything is much easier.
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General Audio / Re: New version & ownership of (TT) Dynamic Range DR Meter: MAAT.digital
Last post by Porcus -
I don't know if what iTunes does is relevant for "Mastered for iTunes", but FWIW:  iTunes itself will/would encode AACs with peaks over >1.
Example (grab as much organ BWV as you want to for free, folks!) though only +0.0something dB:
http://www.blockmrecords.org/bach/detail.php?ID=BWV0561 . The AIFF file with fb2k's "True peak" enabled (tried three different settings) peaks at +0.0something, and so does the AAC file even without true peak enabled. (Though not the iTunes-created MP3.)
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General Audio / Re: bluetooth car radio
Last post by bobgeorge -
Thank you for your answer JAZ!

I thought it was something with the car cabling, but when I tried listening to music with Spotify it happened to work it well. That's why I Have posted this message to get information from the developpement team if possible, or anyone who knows the issue...

Maybe you can try Spotify and see if your problem persists?...
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