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Title: 1.6.7 beta 7 exclusive regression - stuttering after sample rate changes
Post by: yindesu on 2021-06-17 21:51:14
beta 6 was working for me.  With beta 7, whenever the player encounters a file with a different sample rate, the playback becomes choppy and stutters until I manually reopen the file.  For example,

24bit/48kHz file to 16bit/44.1kHz file, or vice versa -> stuttering

24bit/48kHz file to 24bit/96kHz file, or vice versa -> stuttering

I am still seeing this in beta 8.  I see this on multiple computers running different models of Realtek codecs embedded in the motherboard.
Title: Re: 1.6.7 beta 7 exclusive regression - stuttering after sample rate changes
Post by: artins90 on 2021-06-17 21:54:59
I am experiencing the same issue reported by yindesu.
I am using a Fiio K5 Pro as output, it has the proprietary drivers installed.
I also confirm that beta 6 was working fine in exclusive mode.
Title: Re: 1.6.7 beta 7 exclusive regression - stuttering after sample rate changes
Post by: eagleray on 2021-06-17 22:04:45
Beta 8 has been posted. No changes in the log. Is it official?
Title: Re: 1.6.7 beta 7 exclusive regression - stuttering after sample rate changes
Post by: yindesu on 2021-06-17 22:05:38
It is still broken in beta 8.  I made this topic because my previous post in one of the exclusive mode topics was probably missed.
Title: Re: 1.6.7 beta 7 exclusive regression - stuttering after sample rate changes
Post by: yindesu on 2021-06-21 03:20:34
Using beta 10, unfortunately this issue has reappeared for me, after playing several 16bit/44.1kHz files, and then encountering a 24bit/96kHz file.  The issue also occurred when continuing on to a 16bit/44.1kHz file immediately after the 24bit/96kHz file.
Title: Re: 1.6.7 beta 7 exclusive regression - stuttering after sample rate changes
Post by: Peter on 2021-06-21 11:31:46
Fixed in beta 11, thanks for the reports.
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