Last post by u2nian -
I'm trying to build media library from my music folder in NAS (My Cloud home - WD). I'm dealing with lots of flac files over 3T.. It takes days to complete indexing and after that it loses index file over and over and shows nothing in my library. I tried different version of fb2k and related components and I'm pretty sure I have very secure wifi and fast enough to handle this.
I also have 5Mb index-data file from autobackup folder which was made by foo_jesus but I can't load them up by overwriting config/index data folder.
I need to know how it can be loaded up in case indexing large amount of file from NAS is not a good idea and can be crushed due to many reasons....
Last post by kode54 -
macOS High Sierra as well, but only if you pack it in a CAF container instead of Ogg, and the means to do so is undocumented, and the only tool on the OS that supports producing or encoding CAF Opus files only supports mono, and doesn't necessarily guarantee gaplessness.
I produced a patch against FFmpeg that supports encapsulating Opus into CAF containers, but it doesn't generate all of the headers that Apple's tools do, but the files decode nonetheless. The fact that it doesn't produce all the unknown headers, and that said headers are unknown, is why the patch was not accepted.
Last post by sanskrit44 -
@o-l-a-v: yes, that seems to be the only way to go. i guess a car stereo featuring 'Android Audio Modus AOA 2.0' is simply not enough to playback ogg files from an usb-stick or sdcard. you either need a device inlcuding a screen (definitely not after it) and/or a smartphone connected to your car stereo, right?
@2814-6890: flac would be an option indeed, but i listen a lot to spacious audiobooks and many devices are still limited to an absurd low storage capacity + big capacity sticks/sdcards are much more expensive in europe. another downside, syncing flacs to sdcards is much more time consuming than compact ogg files are (q 0.0 is just ok for audiobooks).
anyway, if you know of a device with ogg support, please let me know.
yeah i'd love the desktop lyrics of eslyrics but it doesn't download lyrics to me. lyric show 3 does download lyrics but missing the destop panel. does the lyrics show 3 have the desktop panel? how can make it presents?
Last post by ednewtonsv - I'm new to Foobar and working my way through understanding how to us it. I have mostly classical music where there is a clear distinction between the composer the performer and the orchestra. I tagged some rips from my old vinyl LP's and they don't sort right. I'm using Columns-UI. Instructions say that %ARTIST% will also check these other tags: ALBUM ARTIST COMPOSER PERFORMER as well as ARTIST This causes much confusion.
How do I cause it to check ARTIST only and ignore the others? I tried $meta(ARTIST) and also $meta(ARTIST) but apparently that's not where the checking is done.
Last post by camartinez1229 -
I'm currently using 1.4 beta 9, but have observed the following issue in all versions I've used ever since I upgraded my laptop from Windows 7 to 8.1 a few months ago:
Every time I double click on an audio file in Windows Explorer, I get a dialog asking me, "How do you want to open this file?", and offering me to "Keep using foobar2000" as the first choice, under a checkbox (that is checked) to use this app for all files of the type in question (OGG, MP3, etc.). How do I make this dialog go away forever? It comes up every time I double click an audio file type I've associated with foobar2000. As far as I can recall, no other program has exhibited this behavior. This also never happened under Windows 7.
I was previously using foobar2000 in portable mode. But, in trying to fix this issue, I've since switched to using an installed version. No difference. The program already has all the defaults I want it to have in Windows' Default Programs in the Control Panel.
Adding #M3USTUFF as a new first line when viewing the playlist in Notepad worked. All playlists now imported into iTunes successfully and included the first song. Thank you for the suggestion. I am assuming I could have put any letters and numbers after the # sign, but I just kept it at #M3USTUFF for consistency. lol
Microsoft added Opus support in 2016, Apple in iOS 11.
Since AOM uses Opus for audio, everyone who isn't using HEVC has to implement it, and since HEVC is failing, Opus is becoming universal. It will be interesting to see what happens with AAC once it is no longer required for video, particularly if they don't cut the license fees.