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How to obtain same volume while listening to the converted opus file in android phone with headphones.
I want to get same volume throughout the file I mean I don't want ups and downs while listening to opus file. Is there any DSP to achieve this.
Suppose while listening to original mp3 source file at point A I got 90 % of maximum volume of my headphones and at point B I got 50% percent of maximum volume of my headphones and at point C I got 95 % of maximum volume. I want to convert to convert this mp3 file to opus file and if I listen this opus file in android phone with headphones I must get say 80 % of maximum volume of my headphones I mean there must be no ups and downs say 90 % at point A, 50 % of maximum volume at point B, 95 % of maximum volume at point C.
Wasn't sure if non FB members can see all the comments below his, so was trying to stave of the inevitable bitching about Facecrook (much of it justified).(too bad if you'r not on FB).Why? I'm not on FB and I can see the comments. Or did you mean something else?
Refalac is short for reference ALAC. It's an ALAC encoder based on Apple's reference source code. It can not encode AAC but it's a standalone program not requiring any additional dlls or installed programs.
Qaac is a command line frontend for iTunes' libraries. It can encode both AAC and ALAC but it requires having iTunes installed (or its libraries extracted to a directory it can find them from).
The produced ALAC files will not be identical but ALAC is a lossless codec and both encoders will produce files that decode perfectly to the original source file.
If you have the drive space I'd recommend not encoding to AAC with EAC. CD ripping is slow and most people don't want to do it several times. If you use a lossless codec such as ALAC you'll have a perfect copy that can be later reconverted quickly to a different lossless format. And you can quickly make AAC versions for special uses as required.
(too bad if you'r not on FB).Why? I'm not on FB and I can see the comments. Or did you mean something else?
Seems there were some rather interesting exchanges at a certain "Hi Re$" session, I think this one
Bruno Putzeys take https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=2044350049128525&id=100006606498666
This isn't a prelude to suddenly becoming active on FB but I felt I had to share this.Very interesting comments by Paul Frindle as well (too bad if you'r not on FB).
Finally a bit of pushback on MQA and other assorted nonsense?
So refalac can be used to encode AAC and not just ALAC??
What's the difference between qaac.exe and refalac.exe? Don't the resulting files are identical?
Also, if I may add, and any foobar developers are reading this - as a programmer myself, I can't help but notice that the way Foobar handled this crash was pretty bad. The situation was that the computer is left with no RAM, causing foobar to crash. My question is why does Foobar attempt any writing with no available memory? I know it's usually saving all the data upon the closing, but in this case it resulted in overwriting empty bits over the actual data...Simply no writing whatsoever in a special circumstance like this would be much better.
Could anybody compile recent revision, I would like to test this fixopus-tools x64 v0.1.10-9-gbd65450 (using libopus v1.2.1-25-g43dfdc08)
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.