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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Columns UI
Last post by musicmusic -
Ah! Thanks, now it makes sense. It's still a bug – the configuration format is not supposed to change between 32-bit and 64-bit builds. (This was thoroughly checked in Columns UI, but evidently not in Album list panel...) I'll have to think of a creative way to fix it now it's happened...
Support - (fb2k) / Re: delay/silence moving the seekbar with dbpoweramp/ssrc resampler on
Last post by francesco -
Why not just continue to use Case's newly tuned and optimized SoX resampler (0.8.7+) in all your DSP chains then??  No quality compromise there at all.  Make it easy on yourself, francesco.
Hi sveakul
Yes ,I use the SoX resampler (0.8.7+) , i was wondering about delay/glitches/silence pause since it's build in dsp

@francesco: the delay is caused by the resampler component initializing its internal tables. When you seek in a track foobar2000 nukes all DSPs and sets them up again with new data flowing from the new position - this way no DSP can misbehave and not flush its memory. As @sveakul said, using a faster resampler is a good fix.
Hi Case
well , i got it ,that's why even the foobar2000 built in Equalizer dsp does take time to change the sound
Validated News / Re: FFmpeg 7.0 "Dijkstra" released 2024-04-05
Last post by ktf -
There is no correlation between number of new commits since some fixed period and quality of project itself.
Extreme reductions lead to lies.
Yes, but that is not what I was saying. I wasn't implying any relationship between number of commits and quality of projects.

I was just noting that looking at the commits went into ffmpeg, about 75% of those were also applied to librempeg. So, apparently, 75% of the commits that went into ffmpeg were 'good' as they went into librempeg as well.
General - (fb2k) / Re: Removing "silent" in hidden track in multi-track single flac file
Last post by SimBun -
This should not be this difficult.
You haven't helped yourself by using CUE sheets :-)

I would split the last track into 3, tag them all as track X and add TRACK_INDEX so you can sort them in foobar, then pull them all together in a CUE sheet (INDEX 01,02,03) so they still verify. Finally, prefix the extension of file INDEX 02 with '.silent' and exclude it from foobar (*.silent.flac).

You would also need to exclude this particular cue sheet from foobar too.