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for portable stealth , it does mean that volume2 doesn't write in the registry or leave some files , in short like foobar2000 portable it does include advanced features and it has several custom osd in short seems a very nice open source or free program
I'm sorry, I can't advise you. I'm a great believer of asking the right question in the right place, and it seems to me this question would be best addressed to the volume2 developers.
sorry english it's not my native language
So maybe write in you native language and run it through Google Translate?
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Indeed, converting 16bit FLAC to 8bit without dither, it is getting closer to the paper's "LZMA2 is 29.9%, FLAC 30.9%" claim. With headers FLAC 31.6%, without headers FLAC 27.6%.
General Complete name : C:\~~~~~~~~\librispeech-8bit-no-dither.flac Format : FLAC Format/Info : Free Lossless Audio Codec File size : 64.8 KiB Duration : 13 s 125 ms Overall bit rate mode : Variable Overall bit rate : 40.5 kb/s
Audio Format : FLAC Format/Info : Free Lossless Audio Codec Duration : 13 s 125 ms Bit rate mode : Variable Bit rate : 35.4 kb/s Channel(s) : 1 channel Channel layout : C Sampling rate : 16.0 kHz Bit depth : 8 bits Compression mode : Lossless Stream size : 56.7 KiB (87%) Writing library : libFLAC 1.4.3 (UTC 2023-06-23) MD5 of the unencoded content : 99573F92139EF6D23F0994CA4E23243F
Last post by francesco - @fbuser @Air KEN Hi I have read the help file , and well beautiful but seen my english it's not my native language about
Pattern: Specify a pattern, which will decide, for which playlists the template will be applied. For the given example, the attributes will be applied to all playlists which begin with 'A' and have at least two characters or which begin with 'Genre_' or 'Artist_'.
1) with pattern , can I specify folder or tags for example "remastered" ?
2) could be possibile that Playlist Attributes can handle folders names or tags and apply dsp , or it works only with the name of the playlist
QOBUZ has albums that are CD rips, for example, they check out in CueTools.
I would assume this makes up a very small minority of the content hosted on Qobuz or any DSP, and even if it were 16/44.1 it would be impossible to know if their files on the backend happened to come from a CD rip anyhow, prior to checking for a potential match in the CTDB.
My general rule of thumb, is if it’s only available in 16/44.1 and an older release from before the modern lossless streaming/download age - just get/rip the CD and forget about the WEB version! Then you get a legitimate cue/log as well. There’s no longer any need for guesswork.