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Re: Resampler plugin

Reply #475
I'm sure lvqcl will do a proper foobar2000 v2.0 release. In the meantime I created a quick 64-bit and dark mode aware compile. This is probably slower than lvqcl's version, I had to revert some SSE functions to generic versions.




Re: Resampler plugin

Reply #479
Peter made it super simple. I use dark mode support provided by the core so binaries don't get bloated.

#include <foobar2000/SDK/coreDarkMode.h>
In class dialog_dsp_rate add private member:
fb2k::CCoreDarkModeHooks m_hooks;

In OnInitDialog() add:
m_hooks.AddDialogWithControls(m_hWnd);

This is it. If you had a preferences page you would need to add preferences_state::dark_mode_supported to your get_state() return value.

Re: Resampler plugin

Reply #480
Thanks, guys! I don't mind using "old" foobar for now, but I'm looking forward to a 64bit future. :)

In the meantime I created a quick 64-bit and dark mode aware compile...
When used with "Normal" quality I get garbled sound, in converted audio and in real-time resampling (playback). This was with a 48kHz file into 88.2kHz output.

Re: Resampler plugin

Reply #481
It seems I can't nuke old attachments on this forum even after all the updates. Previous compile used 32-bit float routines for signal handling when best quality wasn't used, now I forced 64-bit float processing all the time.

Re: Resampler plugin

Reply #482
glad to see this is still maintained. thanks!

Re: Resampler plugin

Reply #483
Can you make it possible to set the Bandwidth to more than 99.0 % (99.9999・・・・・・), or use detailed settings like more attenuation (db), tap size for example (This could be useless but I just want to try. I guess everyone have enough machine to try now).

Re: Resampler plugin

Reply #484
I ran a quick speed test on best quality (24bit 96khz -> 24bit 44,1khz):
    SoX 64-bit plugin: 91.81x realtime
    dBpoweramp/SSRC: 46.33x realtime
It is still almost 2 times faster.

 

Re: Resampler plugin

Reply #485
@lvqcl
Have u got any closer to making a new v2 resampler component or?