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Title: Component to convolve HeSuVi HRIR by foobar DLNA server?
Post by: jimbo70 on 2020-02-15 18:26:15
Is there a way to configure foobar2000 DLNA server to convolve HeSuVi HRIR with audio files before transmitting them to a DLNA renderer?

I've tried using Convolver-fb2k but it returns an "unexpected channel count" error in the HeSuVi HRIR files.

I'm a beginner with much of this topic, so if I've used terms incorrectly, or misunderstand how the pieces fit together please let me know.  Appreciate any help or education.
Title: Re: Component to convolve HeSuVi HRIR by foobar DLNA server?
Post by: kode54 on 2020-02-15 23:44:33
That's because foobar2000 convolver isn't designed for many to one convolution. I'll have to make a component for this purpose. It will need to work in even blocks of sample counts, until a flush is forced. It will be near zero latency, though, as it will only be buffering up to one block size.

E: Wait, does the DLNA server even support DSPs?
Title: Re: Component to convolve HeSuVi HRIR by foobar DLNA server?
Post by: jimbo70 on 2020-02-16 01:36:21
That's because foobar2000 convolver isn't designed for many to one convolution. I'll have to make a component for this purpose. It will need to work in even blocks of sample counts, until a flush is forced. It will be near zero latency, though, as it will only be buffering up to one block size.

E: Wait, does the DLNA server even support DSPs?

Thanks for the response.  Sorry, I'm not qualified to answer.  I've been doing some Googling on DLNA servers supposedly doing this, like JRiver and MinimServer, but don't know if foobar2000 DLNA server can.  I'm hoping if not it can be added at some point since I want to use a Chromecast as a renderer which has no convolution capacity.
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