Last post by Rollin -
Since foobar2000 version 1.4 i sometimes get error "Track information database could not be written (Acces denied)" when closing player.
If i press Retry (Повтор), everything is OK. As i never seen this error before 1.4, i guess it is somehow connected with using of transacted NTFS . Also, i should note that i never had any problems with saving fb2k's configuration and database if player was normally closed. And nothing was changed in my system. So, is it possible that using of transacted NTFS not always works as expected?
Last post by Porcus -
Question: how is the component supposed to work with "/" in ID3 tags? ID3 was invented by someone who didn't know enough about music to think about AC/DC ...
Feature request - although I am a bit hesitant to post such, given the work you have to put into it: Is there a way from within foobar2000 to check if the media file is more recently updated than the tags file - or has different tags? Reasons: * Tagging with other applications. Picard, MP3Tag, CUETools ... * General robustness towards errors or mistakes or "potentially unwanted" behaviour. (Inter alia, the "/"?)
(btw, I fully understand the backwards compatibility concern, but with all this testing I have had so many .tags files open in Notepad++ for human reading ...)
Last post by Case -
Test versions taken down as I released a new version with the changes. The file move issue Porcus reported with folder tags also affected APE tags so that was fixed too. Only other change from the third test version is that "Edit file tags" menu isn't shown when only selecting streams or archives.
Last post by BrilliantBob -
If I take a look closer to my new Cds (EAC accurately ripped and so on), I can't understand why the "factory default" CD sound is likely flat, louder and way beyond the full scale (0 dB). All right, sounds good for a boombox but for my PC Hi-Fi system it's a little bit more harshly. I have to de-amplify to -12dB and then to make some compression and normalization to -3dB to get an acceptable sound from CD. I tested CDs from various artists, Pink Floyd, AC/DC, Genesis, Alan Parsons, The Band, Fleetwood Mac, Manfred Mann's Earth Band and all sounds are way beyond the full scale (0 dB). Is this a CD standard? Not happend when I record the same LPs from new vinyls to DSD 5.6 MHz and then converted to wav 196/32, 96/32, 48/32 or 44/16.