When i clic on the "get more scripts" button, it still appears again and again (v0.19). But the boo file is inside the scripts folder with all the others.
To understand what is going wrong, i 've let only the discogs.boo file inside the folder. Here is the log:
Searching for scripts...
Found 1 files: [discogs.boo]...
Loading references: [System.Web.Extensions]...
discogs.boo(7,8): error BCE0021: Namespace 'util' not found, maybe you forgot to add an assembly reference?
Error inside the script?
Thanks for help.
I move the window (to SEE on the 7` monitor), but the position is not saved.
2 Save last selected window after reboot.
Сhoose for example Madia Library, but after restarting the player - again, "Component"...
Please add this capability
Thank you for this update! The frame no longer resizes--and keeping the image window open was a great improvement!
A small suggestion--is it possible to remove the top bar from the video window? The one that has the Chimera(EVR) and the minimize/maximize/close buttons.
can u tell me how did you get the list of videos to show in foobar?
Do I have to do a drag and drop or can't I select a video directory to select all the files and show them in the foobar GUI?
The WavPack decoder will not convert floating-point PCM to integer in any circumstance, so the only way for Foobar to be rendering the files correctly is that it knows the format.
I did verify that Foobar does show whether WAV files are float or integer (like you say), so it should be pretty easy for it to display the same thing for WavPack files.
So the tone is not absolutely necessary,If you aren't interested in the subjet is not necessary tring to start the typical flame war.
You are not a moderator, so it's your tone that is not acceptable. People here can and will question validity of arguments.
So I can and will question your lack of arguments.
I also have the right too I hope.
Until a moderator will say the opposite.
If you have something on topic you're welcome, otherwise this unpleasant exchanget is, by my side, over
Could also be an intraterestrial signal, probably from Vega.
If that's in hihat, it may be sample-based, and the sample could be recorded in times when CRT-monitors were in use and they often had ~16kHz vertical refresh rate affecting the recordings. That sample if transposed up a lil would also transpose up the recorded CRT interference to ~18kHz.
Or if that hihat is procedural/synth-based, the algorithms may happen to generate top content at that frequency.
Hm, that's an interesting analysis. I suppose it could be plausible.
without 3d image (which would have also time dimension; so called spectrogram) it's hard to tell.
but tonal noises starting from ~15 kHz and above are a pretty common kind of recording defects.
this is somehow a thing even now, when CRT are almost extinct. perhaps it's enough to have a CRT nearby even if not directly visible
Hm, I hadn't thought of doing a 3D spectrogram; I wonder if I can do something with GNU Octave.