Reply #3 Corrected 1.9.0 component file
I had a quick play - had to install CUDA 11.7 and a large amount of python stuff to get this working.
If you're on Windows and struggling with the pytorch not compiled for CUDA error, remove all Nvidia CUDA software and Nvidia drivers, and reinstall both using the CUDA 11.7 installer.
Encoded a WAV file (CD Audio, 1h16m51s) - 69 seconds to encode, 145 seconds to decode on a 3080.
python -m dac encode in.wav --output .\
I suspect the "ON AIR" text comes from your skin. Internally foobar2000 uses prefix "file://" for local file paths and paths from archive, like the zip file, use prefix "unpack://". I assume your skin think everything not starting with "file://" is being streamed so it adds that text. But this is just speculation.
Your screenshot shows that you are still fighting with the files from the zip. Normally foobar2000 automatically notices all changes to files in Media Library folder. Have you disabled library monitoring?
I'm against that library file deletion because it should never be needed. You should have foobar2000 monitor the library locations so it sees instantly everything that happens in said directories. If the library is on a "weird" network share (something running on old linux-based software) it may not support monitoring. For these purposes the library has a rescan button. These are accessible from the right click context menu of the media library directories.
On that note your earlier media library screenshot showed that you have "..\LR_Classical" and "..\LR_Classical\Beethoven <something>" and "..\LR_Classical\Schubert <something>" added as media library locations. Just having "..\LR_Classical" is enough, all subdirectories like that Beethoven and Schubert gets included automatically. Unless if they are hidden directories. The media library excludes hidden paths.
I personally use the paid version of MinimServer which is probably the closest thing you'll get to foo_upnp, but if you haven't customised foo_upnp the free version of MinimServer will do much the same.