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Also, if there are dirty scratches that are hard to get rid of, distilled water is unlikely to be of any help.
But, anyone: some places in the world, tap water is slightly chlorinated: is there any reason that this should be any problem to the plastic?
I only have problems with CDs that came from carton box.
I ask because I read a really nice article shared by 2tec for cleaning vinyl, I guess that maybe someone could know a better method.
Anyone recommended use distilled water with ultrasonic cleaning machine and dry with a blower for computers in bathroom for avoid dust, but where I live is difficult find distilled water for a nice price.
I bought this Blu-Ray and CD drive when the seller published cheaper by wrong.
Sorry I've been away. the apps produces ogg files, and i will try the vorbis.
I installed vorbis-tools, and every time I try to play the file with ogg123, I get "Error opening test.ogg using the oggvorbis module. The file may be corrupted." This happens even if I play a working file from the recording app. I downloaded a sample ogg file from the internet, and ogg123 plays the file just fine. Also, when I use the command ogginfo for my file is says "ERROR: No Ogg data found in file test.ogg, Input probably not Ogg," it says that for working files from the recording app as well. Now the recording app i'm using spits out files in Ogg format, so it has to be ogg.
I installed Opus tools but i don't know how to use it. I don't know what demux is, but i'm probably going to try that next.
update: opus spits out the same error as vorbis-tool. I don't know what to do.
So how much of the news is the change in corpus?I guess that's hard to tell in general. I could have chosen to take the same corpus as last time to be able to compare, but that would propagate any advantages certain codecs have on certain material. I instead chose to make a 'fresh' start.
* Hm, since I am too lazy to check: Is the Revision 4 corpus a subset of the Revision 5, or did you also remove signals?
* Also, since I cannot check: the Pokémon album you have both as hi-res and as CDDA. Are they ... what we in music would speak of loosely as "the same mastering" (in that the difference would be very low volume if the 192 were carefully resampled to 44.1)? The results are a bit different between 192 and 44.1
* What was the recording chain of your diffuse sound fields recording? Is there any suspicion about that phenomenon "2" that TBeck points out in reply #12?
* I looked at the CDDA results the other day with fresh eyes, and there are some "unexpected" (well maybe not after Revision 4): In line with what you point out about where asymmetric codecs shine, it seems that the symmetric benefit at "denser" music. (Also that is how LA benefits vs OptimFROG?). But then at the most noisy, this Merzbow track fools the ape - and so also with the Merzbow album you included, although it isn't the least compressible in your corpus.
... it wouldn't be hard to visualize, if one is bothered to do the work: sort the albums by compressibility (say averaging some codecs at their max setting to order the signals) and present how TAK -p4m vs Monkey's Extra/Insane do against each other, say per decile/quartile. And what frog level it takes to beat them (and LA!).
If you have access to a different CD drive, try that. It need not be an expensive one. Just a different one.
I can't understand why the files are visible, and draggable/playable, but not available to add to my Foobar Album List/All Music. I have tried to check permissions, but have complete read/write ability, and no hidden folders.
More information: My server is a Buffalo Linkstation, with the music on an attached USB drive (WD MyBook). I dismounted the MyBook and attached it to one of my PCs on the network. I WAS able to add that path to my Foobar Library config, and it worked as expected. That leads me to suspect settings in the Linkstation. I have tried turning UPnP and DNLA off together and separately, with no changes. I currently have them both On. I have SMB1 active on my Win10 computers.
I sure hope someone can steer me to what I'm overlooking. It's been driving me nuts for weeks!
Thanks for listening.
Is there a way to automatically convert it to a YouTube playlist?
So I can listen to it via the YouTube app everywhere?
I want it to be the same order of tracks.