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Site Related Discussion / Re: Hydrogenaudio IRC channels
Last post by j7n -
On Libera it requires to identify the nick name with services before joining the channel is allowed. Idling on this channel is a hassle. On a disconnect, I most notice it and type two command-lines to join the channel.
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General - (fb2k) / Re: How to hide skipped tracks from a dynamic playlist?
Last post by regor -
If you skip tracks on the first few seconds, as far as I know the play count does not change so you can't do anything about it. If you played at least half of the song, then it counts as played.
But tracks never played before and skipped still get into the previous queries.

You can add a time limit. i.e. if you want tracks not played in the last week or before, then any track skipped and not played during the last week will be in the list too. The limit is you can not automatically send a skipped track to a playlist since skipping is not a recorded event in any way or tags. It can be done with SMP though (save every track played, and compare playing time with track length. whenever it's lower, you have skipped it), but you will have to code it yourself.
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General A/V / Re: catalog no., isrc, cd-text & other advanced ripping under linux
Last post by brainchild -
I ran fre:ac version 1.1.4 again, without encountering the problems I noticed earlier. I'm not sure whether the application was actually malfunctioning, or whether I was somehow not using it correctly. What I can explain with confidence is that much of the current layout of the UI is confusing. For example, a set of controls for audio playback appears above the track listing in the tab labelled "Joblist", but I may have assumed that these controls relate to ripping, since no controls appearing more closely related to this action appear in the window pane. If I pressed "play" without an audible volume setting on my audio device, then I may have assumed that the control was broken. Since playback functionality is not expected in a ripping application, but ripping is expected, I would suggest putting buttons for beginning and ending encoding in a prominent location and removing the playback feature. Burying the essential function of the application in the last item on the menu bar is not only inconvenient for regular use, but confusing for first use.

I would also add that I personally find the "Joblist" metaphor confusing, as what it appears to represent is a track list.

One final observation is that if a USB drive is connected while the application is running, it is not detected until the application is restarted. I have found this behavior common in ripping software, and would characterize it is a moderate inconvenience, not a critical defect.
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General - (fb2k) / Re: How to hide skipped tracks from a dynamic playlist?
Last post by audiomonkey248 -
Code: [Select]
"$strstr(%_path%,'A:\YOUR PATH\')" GREATER 0 AND NOT %last_played% PRESENT

Code: [Select]
("$strstr(%_path%,'A:\YOUR PATHA\')" GREATER 0 OR "$strstr(%_path%,'B:\YOUR PATHB\')" GREATER 0) AND NOT %last_played% PRESENT
Thank you!!  ;)
The skip thing can not be done
Ohhh well most of the time I skip tracks, listen parts of them unless i like it  :(








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CUETools / Re: Cuetools report, not quite clear
Last post by korth -
see first http://cue.tools/wiki/CUETools_log

(1769/1976) Differs in 1 samples @03:31:05, or (26/1976) differs in 1 samples @03:31:05, or (7/1976) differs in 1 samples @03:31:05
[...]
What does it mean? 1976 persons ripped it and no rip is treated as accurate?
One record (CTDBID) contains 1769 rips that match each other (out of 1976 total under the TOCID) but do not match your rip by 1 sample. Another record (CTDBID) contains 26 rips that match each other (out of 1976 total for the TOCID) but do not match your rip by 1 sample. And another record (CTDBID) contains 7 rips that match each other (out of 1976 total for the TOCID) but do not match your rip by 1 sample.
Your rip doesn't completely match anything listed. (off by 1 sample)

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And second thing CueTools says in CTDB status that my rip is accurate but then below there is
[AccurateRip ID: xyz] found.
Track   [  CRC   |   V2   ] Status
 01     [96b94955|96bdef3c] (0+3/3) Accurately ripped
or there is
[AccurateRip ID: xyz] found.
Track   [  CRC   |   V2   ] Status
 01     [a7602396|6299a2b9] (0+0/5) No match

If rip is accurate why there is no match here?

The first example is Accurate with 3/3 ARv2 matches (0/3 ARv1 matches but there were only 3 rips total)
The second example shows not Accurate for that pressing. There may be matches below this section for alternate pressing offsets or the rip may not exist (yet) in the AccurateRip DB.
AccurateRip stores hashes separately for each pressing where CTDB stores all pressings (within range) under the same CTDBID.

http://www.accuraterip.com/
http://cue.tools/wiki/CUETools_Database
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