Last post by aphelion - michtar i'm starting to lose any hope to solve this problem so yes, please send me these samples although i'm almost sure that i won't get something really useful in them at the moment i tend to think that if the solution exists, it is somewhere in those related commands which are used in a new code
*reading your answers from the other thread* *installing foo_hdcd again* *checking file with foo_hdcd, which claims HDCD but max gain 0.0* *checking file with ffmpeg, which reports gain of -4.0* *putting ffmpeg at -v debug and finding two consecutive -4.0's in the first second, and packets per second 14, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 18, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20* *checking my earlier splicing & looping*
*reading your replies in that other thread, trying to make them consistent with anything*
*checking a really badly HDCD'ed CD to see if it foo_hdcd protects against false positives*
Last post by kode54 -
And don't forget that the noise level introduced by using lower quality levels with the speex resampler are probably completely dashed apart by what the Opus codec does to the signal.
you should find a sample script "status bar + volume.txt"
so the necessary original wsh-version of this script doesn't exist anymore. and seemingly nobody has any copies. is it correct?
- I have some old 'status bar' WSH samples, newest dated 12.10.2015. I didn't test it (compatibility, installation) - I can send it to you in a private message just in case it's against the wishes of the author to distribute it publicly. - There may be some incompatibilites (paths, versions etc.) - I think it shows playlist's not selection's total time
Last post by Anakunda -
A yesterday's update introduces a new bug: Context>Edit External Tags doesn't create folder.tags => Any further edit writes directly to audio files. Having the prefs to prefer folder tags, write stream tags to SQlite and read any format.
Damn, I forgot to read changelog, delete this post.
Last post by Case -
That's how properties dialog works. It doesn't call tagging functions unless something actually changes. I have been trying to tell about that since the 10th day. You wanted Edit command not to write anything until Properties dialog confirms the write and now it's implemented. But remember that I also added a "Create External Tags" command that will force-write external tags to tracks. The command is hidden by default so seeing it requires holding shift when opening the menu or ticking its checkbox in context menu preferences to make it always visible.