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General - (fb2k) / Re: Skip Silence DSP accidentally enabled for months while ripping music
Last post by marcoxD95 -
Oh wow. Which means it should theoretically trigger nowhere except at digital silence, no?

Sometimes I wish this Skip Silence DSP had a option to only trigger at the beginning and ending of an track. Like it measures anything around those points until the first measurable tone is "recorded". I know there was this Gap Killer and stuff once but it is no longer in Foobar for some reason plus it was kind of a "dirty" way to get those silences away anyway. Not even sure if it worked with anything but MP3. I started a bit over a year ago to stop using MP3 since there isn't really a reason to use them anymore. Now I rip everything in Wav/Flac.
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Opus / Re: Opus gapless and glitchness encoding
Last post by Rollin -
You may have a TOS-violation-free picture there (j/k), but that doesn't mean that is audible.  Headphone driver(s) breaking up are much more likely.  Lame/itunes/oggenc results in what for these?  Is the original .flac around?
My post should make you happy about TOS (although i used other files) - https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,116605.msg962454.html#msg962454
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Opus / Re: Opus gapless and glitchness encoding
Last post by Deathcrow -
You may have a TOS-violation-free picture there (j/k), but that doesn't mean that is audible.  Headphone driver(s) breaking up are much more likely.  Lame/itunes/oggenc results in what for these?  Is the original .flac around?

I have tin ears, but the click is quite audible in the files (both wav and opus) provided in your zip. It occurs right after the transition to the second track. I'm using AKG 701 headphones, at a relatively high volume, but not ridiculously loud. Anyone should be able to hear it with a bit of concentration. Please pay attention to the original FLACs, maybe you are mistaking the click for part of the natural sound.
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: External Tags
Last post by Case -
@Porcus - new version released with a Commit context menu command (hidden by default). It will read the tags and possible album art, write the tags to file, remove the external tags file on success, then attempts to write the album art to the target. Album art handling here may be unnecessary code as I believe my component can only take over that functionality when the format doesn't support it natively.
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