UPnP renderers found on your network are listed among output devices.
Not to be confused with UPnP media server browsing, which is currently not supported but will probably be added at some point.
Playcounts for Artists or Tracks with '&' in the name/title are not updating properly in Beta 1 when importing.Great catch. It looks like '&' and '#' are the only characters that need to be escaped. Tried it out with a bunch of other common punctuation, and multibyte characters and had no issue.
Yes, thanks. That's how I understood, in terms of the best quality, maintaining the full bit depth. (Right now, I have everything set to 16/44.1, I suppose Id need to understand the advantages and any disadvantages of going to 24 bit next!)The only disadvantages of 24-bit output would be the negligible CPU load increase associated with shifting the sample data by 8 bits, plus 50% increase in bandwidth required to send the data to the DAC, which at 44.1 kHz sampling rate is no problem at all.
You are doing it the right way also from the sound quality perspective: Windows gets the full resolution signal, which then is attenuated as needed. Lowering the resolution happens when the volume is lower, so that's harder to detect.
If you reduced volume in FB, you would also reduce the bit depth of your sound and then send it to Windows for max output. In practice on a basic laptop it may make no difference, but in extreme cases it may sound less than perfect.
Setting the bit depth of your sound in both FB and WIndows to 24 bit makes this issue quite academic, as you would need to mute the signal by over 90dB before the resolution drops below 16 bit (which is what you get from the CD).
b) Had to get on an old PC with an actual CD drive to see what you meant. The 'File menu > Open audio CD...' dialog cannot be changed, but I think you probably mean the playlist. You can simply make a custom column.Great! Yes, in the playlist. I kept trying to change the formatting of the current column. I need to make a new one. Cool, thanks!
File menu > Preferences > Display > Default User Interface > Playlist View > under 'Custom Columns' click Add New - enter a name and pattern, for example -
Name: Track #
(The use of title formatting controls what / how you want information displayed. For more, go Help menu > Title Formatting Help).
Back in the playlist, add the new column by right-clicking column headers > Columns > Track #.
hr = ImediaType_DecodeTo_comPtr->SetUINT32(MF_MT_AUDIO_BITS_PER_SAMPLE, bits32);So it looks like I was just lucky using MFInitMediaTypeFromWaveFormatEx. If I had done it another way, I would have run into the same issue and probably never found a way to successfully decode the files.
if (FAILED(hr)) break;
hr = ImediaType_DecodeTo_comPtr->SetUINT32(MF_MT_AUDIO_PREFER_WAVEFORMATEX, TRUE);
if (FAILED(hr)) break;
$puts(mystring,%title%)Put the first line in front, then replace all occurences of %title% in your script with the second line. Then you only have to edit one instance instead of all.