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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_uie_webview
Last post by Julero -
@Case @pqyt Thanks for your advice friends !!

I have improved the behavior of the vu meters, now they are much better.

Let's see if you can take a look at it. What I've put in, I've set them to go from 0 because otherwise it would be very boring, and since it's a music player and not an audio studio, I think it's better that way.

The vu meter that comes by default in Foobar does not go above 0db, even if you play tracks with excess volume. Maybe there is some option to go from there, I'm not an expert in sound.

If you can give me any other advice, it would be welcome.

I've also added a couple more layouts and fixed other things.

I have read everything you have put further back. The Foobar community is wonderful.

Support - (fb2k) / Cannot edit subsong tag in mb4
Last post by castspeller -
Greeting - first post here

I have Foobar2000 v2.1.5 and somehow my "opening credits" is now at the end after "closing credits".

The subsong tag on the MB4 shows 2,3, ... ,1 which is wrong.  I have looking everywhere to fix this, even deleted the portable version and started over with no luck.  This issue does not present itself in either AudioBookConverter or VLC's when looking at chapters or playing the book, also MP3Tag shows the correct order.

Any help would be appreciated.

General - (fb2k) / Re: What components does fb2k (64-bit) need to play high-res files?
Last post by Porcus -
Do the SACD components apply the appropriate lowpass? Remember that DSD has a significant amount of ultrasonic noise that should be filtered away (like standalone players do).
Sure use WavPack (the command-line!) to store DSD, it is lossless compressed and offers sane tagging.

DXD is nothing but linear PCM at certain resolution. 24 bits integer format, that can be contained losslessly in 32-bit float (and volume shifted with no "loss" too - the loss wouldn't be audible in any case as long as one avoids clipping). 32-bit foobar2000 handles it losslessly, and 64-bit foobar2000 does as well.
Too bad they didn't go for float already then. When they wanted to use that stupid amount of space for marketing, they could have picked a clipping-proof format. But I digress.