Last post by ricecake -
Hi, I am trying to get your plugin working on my system. I am running Windows Vista. I have installed the TLS 1.2 patches and enabled them on my system, but I still get authentication errors. However, I can successfully authenticate when manually sending OAuth commands using curl. I took some packet captures and from what I can find, even though TLS 1.2 is enabled on my system, Vista does not support the "modern" ciphers needed (as listed here: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Security/Server_Side_TLS#Modern_compatibility), which is what is causing the authentication to fail.
From what I understand, curl and other browsers (besides Internet Explorer) use their own crypto libraries and thus are not directly dependent on what the OS provides or supports.
Not being familiar with the foobar plugin architecture, would it be possible to use e.g. libcurl for network communications instead of the built-in Windows libraries?
Also, does the plugin really need to use OAuth Authentication, or would it be possible to use Discogs Authentication? It looks like it wouldn't need the user to generate their own tokens, so the plugin should work right out of the box.
I'd do it myself but, while I get everything to build for freac, or so it seems (tagidv2 or something failed to compile -- my guess that is not important; I'm using vs2019rc2), there are no decoders available. wma comes up as, Error: unknown file type. I have no idea what to do. The exes, smooth, and boca dlls, including wma enc/dec/tag, are in the same directory.
All the BoCA DLLs should go to a boca subfolder. At least the WMA encoder and Media Foundation decoder should be usable then. Most other codec's need their own DLLs which need to be built separately.
Ah, yes, thanks for pointing me at this. Checking the sub-type is way better, of course. Will change it. I copied this over from the old WMFormat based decoder - it should probably be changed there as well.
Last post by vrnued -
Screen1: Foobar with usb soundcard properly installed. Screen2: Same installation accessed through remote administration from another PC (with bubble "Please select a valid output device" which printscreen cannot catch).
PC accessed (with Foobar) is XP SP3. PC accessing from is W7/64Pro. Ethernet lan. Remote administration machine is Windows system utility.
Last post by ObamaBinBush -
Thank you Gentlemen. This option was not in Foobar until i updated to latest version. I can confirm it works like a charm and all my Headphone swipe controls work as they should.
Now for my next trick i am trying playing about with a program called Voicebot so i can activate Key Macro's with voice activation through the Mic in my Bluetooth Headphones to navigate folders, playlists ect within Foobar
Last post by musicmusic -
The component only tracks files in your local media library passively. In other words, it may lose track of what the local file on your computer corresponding to a file on the iPod is if the local file moves.
From a quick look, the logic looks more primitive than I remember. I thought it made an effort to track files even if they moved by using the modification date, file size and metadata, but as far as I can see that logic is limited to working out which files to sync. That will probably compound the problem as if the file is moved it may realise it doesn't need to be resynced, but then lose the link to the original file for playback statistics purposes.
You could try the option 'Integrate with Windows 10 Universal Volume Control'. Not sure it would help, I think disabled by default now as it was sometimes iffy. You can find it under File menu > Preferences > Advanced > Display...