I'm playing my music in my notebook with FooBar2000 and sending it to my active speakers using BubbleUPnP and a Chromecast Audio.
I founded how to use ReplayGain, but I can't find anyway to use Convolver filters with the UPnP Controller utility. Have anyone a solution to apply the equalizer filters in Convolver to the music sent to the Chromecast Audio?
Last post by wcs13 -
Sorry, I can provide a new log with the antivirus if you want. Just let me know.
That being said, please note that this problem started happening (a lot) when I upgraded to 1.4.0 a few months ago. With my previous version (1.3.9) it never happened, not even once. And my antivirus has remained the same during that time (Webroot SecureAnywhere).
Last post by lithopsian -
Higher resampling quality means higher latency, probably an issue for Opus devs. Probably not an issue for most people reading this. Not that quality 5 should be anything other than transparent anyway.
Last post by Case -
The log file didn't show why access was denied. One potential culprit could be the anti-virus you filtered away. File operations in foobar2000 generally retry operation if the file is locked by a stubborn anti-virus, but I think it only knows to do that when access is denied with sharing violation error. Access denied generally means that user has no permission and there's no reason to retry as permissions don't just suddenly change. But I think he'll have to make the retry work for this case too.
Last post by rds_correia -
Does anyone know if there's something similar to foo_youtube for Android? I mean, I'd like to use youtube to play music that I want on any Android audio player. I know there are apps to search and download content from youtube such as NewPipe. I could run a search for 'bryan adams full album' and have download a big ~60 minutes mp4 file. But then how would I cut the mp4 file exactly in the place where one song ends and the next song begins? And how would I rename the resulting files with the name of the artist and the name of the song? The focus is to keep myself free of spotify and other cloud music suppliers. Thanks in advance. Cheers