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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Playlist Organizer (aka foo_plorg) replacement on Jscript Panel 3
Last post by frogworth -
i'm sorry, didnt get it, what do you mean by "paints the border of the activePlaylist" ?

Apologies, I'll try to explain. Let's say you have playlist tabs, and you switch to a different playlist. Perhaps you have music playing in Default, but you switch to Michèle Bokanowski.
The panel will put a box around the active playlist's name in the panel. But it doesn't do so until you've actually clicked into the playlist.

What I often do is use ctrl+tab to change the active playlist. I don't necessarily use the mouse. I would like the active playlist to be displayed in the panel right away, if possible.

If this doesn't make sense I'll attempt a screen recording :)
Opus / Re: Help with sample rate issue
Last post by Porcus -
48387 is closer, but if you ever want to play back with tempo adjustment, it goes in the opposite direction of the 16, so you cannot just give them all 0.5 percent in the same direction.

(Dumb question ... are your numbers correct? 48387/2 matches the number above it in the table, but not so in the left column?)
Opus / Help with sample rate issue
Last post by pauleffect90 -
Hi guys. I'm working on an embedded project that includes an audio capture module.

For various reasons that may be tied to Murphys laws and my inherent bad luck, I can't use any of the *sweet spot* clocks for driving my audio peripheral. Long story short, I can't get a clean 16k, 24k or 48k sample rate in the MCU power mode I'm targeting.
I can get pretty darn close, but not quite there. The best values I can get are in the following table.

Desired frequencyClosest InferiorClosest Superior
I'd like to compress the audio samples using Opus. What do you guys suggest?

Seeing as I'm pretty close to the standard Opus sample rates, can I get away with doubling a few samples here and there? Or should I go for the next higher sample rate and maybe throw out a few samples?
Because power consumption is a big part of the project, I wouldn't be all too happy about burning precious sleep time with a fully-blown resampling algorithm (on top of the one opus uses anyway, that is).