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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_playlist_organizer (aka foo_plorg)
Last post by tlesk -

I have been using this great component for years, but it is sadly not working in new 2.0 version of fb2k. If you want to create a new playlist, fb2k just hangs. That is what I noticed so far. Do you plan to update the component to work with fb2k 2.0+?

3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Find & Play
Last post by SergPuh.68 -
The antivirus does not show anything. The problem manifests itself after packing into an archive and uploading it to a file hosting service. Some files in the archive are considered suspicious, probably.
3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Library Tree Discussion
Last post by ApacheReal -
I have a requirement being a radio enthusiast.

With the Library Tree in Source Playlist I can add one Playlist only.

Going into Options I added the Pattern %filename% in Views

In doing so I created a sort of tree view for each radio channel.

Now I come to the question.

Is it possible to add multiple playlists managed by a single spider monkey panel module?

The display must respect the radio group per folder:

Folder Radio Group 1

Folder Radio Group 2


At the moment the only solution is to create a radio group playlist for each spider monkey:

3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: OpenMPT Module Decoder
Last post by n99 -
Weird bug, but since the components are outdated, not really worthy of a bug report:
Updating this component led to foo_keep_queue's contents to be emptied (on foobar2000 v.1.6.16).
General - (fb2k) / Re: Opus RG peak values in foobar2000
Last post by Brand -
Yes, using a tag with a different name works, at least in the sense that the values are visible in Foobar. While replaygain_track_peak and replaygain_album_peak are intentionally ignored for Opus files and only show a question mark.
Here's an example, just so that everyone knows what we're talking about:


For my own use case, even just storing and displaying that info in the playlist would mostly be good enough, because I almost never use automatic peak normalization.
And if using a different tag name (like "opus_track_peak") makes objectors happy, that's okay too, even though I'd prefer to keep things simple...
General - (fb2k) / Re: UPnP MediaRenderer output | discussion
Last post by bug80 -
I recently updated to Foobar2000 v2.0 (32 bits, with UPnP MediaRenderer Output v1.4) and it looks like playing 96 kHz audio over my Sonos Connect no longer works. AFAIK this was never a problem before.

I currently have a workaround in place in the form of a DSP resampler to 48k, but I wonder if this isn't a bug?

There's a small chance that I already had a resampler running (globally) in the previous version, but I'm not sure. In that case: sorry for bothering ;)

EDIT: It looks like Sonos does not support sample rates > 48 kHz, so it may indeed be the case that I had a global resampler running previously... (
3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_discogs
Last post by itisljar -
I'm lost.

I am updating tags which were made by CueTools, also from Discogs (but it happens with any already tagged release). I find the release in search within plugin, and click on Write Tags, and nothing happens.
The difference between tags is that CueTools loaded artists with some numbers beside them (I guess that's because there are more artists with same name), and this is easiest way to correct that for me (besides manually correcting each artist). The ONLY way I make it to work is to manually remove tags on that release and apply them on clean files. Option to remove pre-existing tags is turned on.

Is there a solution to this?