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Last post by eddie.zato -
Mobile foobar2000 still has some problems with audio files in the "image + embedded cue" combination. Unfortunately, I can't provide a reliable method of reproducing this problem. Sometimes when I listen to an album and press the previous/next button, the player goes to the first track in the file instead of going to the previous/next one.
Last post by korth -
In the past, EAC required the Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable and .NET Framework 2.0 for any of the plugins to function with the CUETools Database plugin requiring the Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable. You stated you have two of three installed. I'd start there.
it obviously doesn't work, because both go in parallel and block each other.
The only solution I have so far is to run a short batch file in between that calculates pause time based on file sizes before launching the second cmd, but it's icky as file sizes are not the best indicator of each cmd's complexity.
2. Removal of radio station name. Seeing as you are using m-TAGS, it should be straightforward to use a custom_tag. Call it what you like. It may be easier to JUST add the custom_tag to the problematical radio streams you want to run the code for. Set it's value to say 1. Then the code simply checks for the presence of the tag. It shouldn't require anything else to check if it's a radio stream. So you can try something like:
Last post by regor -
Changed a bit the last convert feature to allow an arbitrary number of presets (instead of only 1). Also the list shows the DSP, TF and path (disk letter + folder name). I think it's much better now since it allows multiple outputs without needing to re-configure it or asking for user input every time.
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* (DSP) and (FOLDER) means those var are set with user input instead of predefined.