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Re: Dolby Headphone Wrapper DSP

Reply #227
Click the "32-bit" link on the download site:

Re: Dolby Headphone Wrapper DSP

Reply #228
Is there going to be a version of this plugin for 64-bit foobar2000? I'm planning on switching to 64-bit after v2.0 final comes out. My concern is that this might not be possible since the required Dolby Headphone dll is 32-bit... I don't know much about coding, but is it possible for such a thing to work? Thank you.
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Re: Dolby Headphone Wrapper DSP

Reply #229
If the plugin conversion never happens, you can try a different effect combination out right now to see if that would be a suitable substitute.  For example, the built-in "Upmix to 5.1" DSP into the now-free jb_isone_pro_surround.dll VST (https://plugins4free.com/plugin/2069/).  The latter is 32-bit but the Foobar VST adapter will handle either/or on the Foobar v2 in use.  I have used the Dolby wrapper and found it pretty inflexible compared to this alternative.

Re: Dolby Headphone Wrapper DSP

Reply #230
If the plugin conversion never happens, you can try a different effect combination out right now to see if that would be a suitable substitute.  For example, the built-in "Upmix to 5.1" DSP into the now-free jb_isone_pro_surround.dll VST (https://plugins4free.com/plugin/2069/).  The latter is 32-bit but the Foobar VST adapter will handle either/or on the Foobar v2 in use.  I have used the Dolby wrapper and found it pretty inflexible compared to this alternative.
I don't really use Dolby Headphone all the time - I have a different crossfeed I like for most music. But sometimes I like the sound of Dolby Headphone specifically, like when I listen to the music from Deus Ex or some other things. Having Dolby Headphone on the 64-bit version would just be really nice, even if there are alternatives that are technically better.
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Re: Dolby Headphone Wrapper DSP

Reply #231
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Do you really need 64bit fb2k 2.0? Probably not...