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I tried to play some dsd files and they played with no sound, the topping d10 did not light up or seem to receive anything. So I was fiddling around with set up guides and now when I try to play the dsd files I get the error in the title of this thread. Now I am stuck.
cuetools is not encoder. I assume it is there for something else.The encoder is based on libFlake. "cuetools" is used as a synonym for a "native" or "built-in" encoder or decoder.
FLAC means Free Lossless Audio Codec, so if you want to be even more confused, Free Lossless Audio Codec is format.Probably because FLAC sounds better than FLAF
Official website, first sentence: “FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec, an audio format similar to MP3, but lossless”
Thanks for the dump file, I tried crashing the component by following the description in your post but couldn´t. The .dmp file showed the code routine causing it though. Need to set aside some time for it, hopefully that crash won´t occur in next update.
Next update will focus on...
- Browse to current master/release item to make it visible when opening the release panel
- Refine release filter typing
- Custom columns on release panel
His answer is 100% technically correct, mine answer is generic one, or how most people incorrectly differentiate between them.
If I type "audio codecs" in Google, this is the first result: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Media/Formats/Audio_codecs
As you can see, formats are called codecs in the first table.
guruboolez's first sentence is: "FLAC is an audio format"
FLAC means Free Lossless Audio Codec, so if you want to be even more confused, Free Lossless Audio Codec is format.