Last post by pikashi -
But as mentioned before, I've tried .docx files with Microsoft Word, .rar files with WinRAR, .jpg images with XnView, .txt files with Emeditor and rename with Explorer, they can all edit when syncing. And on Foobar2000 side, not only when syncing files, but also after the syncing is complete the edit is not allowed (the file operation menu of Foobar2000 is only the exception).
Last post by kode54 -
It will do nothing unless the audio is mono, in which case it will duplicate it to two channels and call it stereo. This DSP incurs no latency either way, as it requires no extra buffering.
Last post by kode54 -
It always has wanted exclusive access for writing (nothing should need to read the files while they're being written to.), and read-only sharing when reading the files. (nothing should be writing to the files while they're being read.)
Last post by uart -
I've just done some more testing and found something interesting. I does appear to be an issue that is specific to the audio hardware. I just plugged in a pair of Logitech USB headphones (and changed the foobar output device to suit) and the volume discrepancy is not apparent on this device.
In another test I used the Realtek control panel app to set the onboard audio to 6 channel and to configure to jack to "Mid/Sub" and sure enough the mono file is played through one channel (the other being the sub). In this configuration there is no audio present (on that center channel) when I play the stereo file. So it does appear to be doing what it's supposed to be doing re the 2 channel versus the 6 channel configuration. Just at reduced volume.
Anyway, using the "Convert mono to stereo" DSP in foobar solves the issue on the Realtek hardware, so I think I'll just leave it at that.
One final question though. Is there any performance penalty for leaving the "mono to stereo" DSP always active in the DSP chain? Will that just be ignored and do nothing when playing content which is already stereo (which is 99.999% of the time).
Curious about your audio setup. As I mentioned earlier there should be no difference on stereo equipment between real mono and mono mirrored to stereo. Certainly works that way with built-in Windows drivers.
Ok thanks Case.
- The audio setup is just an onboard "Realtek HD Audio" (ALC888 codec).
- The control panel app is configured for "2 Channel Speakers".
- The Jack is configured for "Headphones Out".
- Also tested with identical results when configured as "Line Out" (with ext headphones amp).
- The Foobar output device is currently "DS: Primary Sound Driver".
- I have also used "DS: Realtek HD Audio Output" and "KS: Realtek HD Audio Output" and they both work the same as above.
- The estimated volume is about -12 dB for the mono file in each of the above cases.
Last post by PleasantSounds -
It appears that you are using Aero themes. In that case GetSysColour is not going to help you, as it only returns a single colour value. If you look closely, the menu background is not a solid colour but a gradient, or maybe even a combination of two gradients depending on the theme.
I'm not aware of any documented ways of getting that info from the system. One thing you could try is extracting a sample of that pattern graphically from a screen shot and stretching it to the desired width.
That may cover your personal setups (until you make any changes in Windows themes), but a generic solution would be much more difficult to build.