You are right. Its shorter than 500ms. About 200ms as you said. Sometimes its longer, sometimes even shorter.When I'm skipping a song (from within the default f2k control button: next) the stub image is shown for about 500ms.So it takes over 500ms to skip to the next song on your setup?
I recorded a video.
The first skips are from the f2k controlbutton 'next' button (with activated component foo_preview).
Then from the f2k controlbutton 'next' button with deactivated component foo_preview.
Then I used the buttons from DBC.
You see the stub image very good 8-)
When I'm skipping a song (from within the default f2k control button: next) the stub image is shown for about 500ms.So it takes over 500ms to skip to the next song on your setup?
I've set the delay to 200ms... I guess I just make this delay configurable to be able to handle slower setups.
the changelog sounds great!
Link detection works nice! Its now so simple to check out the, i.e. WWW-tag or discoGS information!
* Version 3.5.0that seems not to be changed.
When I'm skipping a song (from within the default f2k control button: next) the stub image is shown for about 500ms.
I've tested with old path to the stub E:\m\p\f2k\foo_httpcontrol_data\kevo\nocover.jpg
and also a new relative oath: .\foo_httpcontrol_data\kevo\nocover.jpg
Last post by knik -
18.104.22.168 is very fast, to the point I'm running out of the legend space!I'm afraid I have a plan to speed it up even more, like several percent. Maybe you could remove faac-1.28 and put legend to the bottom.
Anyway, new bugfix release:
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i used the same configuration for many years now, some rather old version of EAC with REACT. On my new PC i cant install this combination of software and i have to move on to newer versions.
That new version doesnt work yet, the FLAC seems to be different from my old setup, and i cant figure out why.
If i am not mistaken, there arent any new versions of REACT, right? At least i cant find them ... if there are, i will surely give it a try!
What i did instead was installing the latest EAC and just trying to rip CDs, comparing them to the files i already have, with the goal to find a configuration that works the same as the old one (the automation-aspect of REACT will be adressed later, for the first step i want to reproduce the old files).
I rip CDs as whole album, to get one FLAC file with the corresponding cuesheet. I want the gaps to be before the next track (index 00) and i use album-replaygain.
After some toying around i managed to produce the files, but something seems to be wrong. I play them with foobar, and foobar displays just the second track (for every CD i tried), but when i play it, it plays the whole CD starting with track 1. It should display every track individually, obv
At first i thought the problem might be the cuesheet, so i compared them, but they are roughly the same (replaygain still missing, and an empty "composer" variable). Then i copied an old cue to use with the new flac, which didnt change a thing.
Then i used an old flac (ripped with my old setup) with a new cue, and voila - it works as intended.
Now my question is: what setting might be wrong, to produce flacs that behace like that? How can i compare them to one another? Why is always only the second track displayed in foobar?
I hope someone can point me in the right direction
Thanks in advance!
Perhaps the embedded album art is too big.
I just switched from Spotify to Apple Music again last month.
I've been tossing up between these two services; have you found one to be superior to the other?
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Thanks for the warning. And thanks to ReplayGain and fb2k's preamp option that turns down files w/o RG info ...
There could be a lot of different signals in a WAVE file (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/dn653308.aspx - date says 2007, but a version was around before y2k), but I don't think I have seen music published as anything but 16-bits integer, 24-bits integer, whatever-32-bits-that-WavPack-can-contain - and one single IMA ADPCM.
I have experimented with creating a WavPack DSD image with embedded cuesheet, and they play great (and gapless) in the latest Foobar2000, both stereo and 5.1 multichannel versions! I used the program sacd_extract (on Linux) to extract the audio from an ISO as a DFF “edit master”, which is basically a whole-album DFF file with a separate cuesheet. I also used the option to decompress DST. Then I compressed that with WavPack, embedding the cuesheet, and also some cover artwork that I downloaded separately.Hi Bryant, could you please show me how to create WavPack DSD image with cuesheet embedded? I am looking for a solution to convert multiple DSF files into a multi-track cuesheet embedded WavPack image to be specific.
Nah, I was just suggesting what mIRC does but thinking about it, it can be useful if you leave the PC mixing at a party so no one changes anything.
Yes, you could do Win + L and lock the screen but Windows may bypass the app' settings and it go to sleep if not disabled, people forget to do that.