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CUETools / Re: How to set up libFLAC on Cuetools 2.1.9?
Last post by dpr -
@dpr, I can confirm, that CUETools 2.1.9 is running properly on different Windows 10 systems with Intel CPUs and using libFLAC.
Windows 10 version: 21H1
OS build: 19043.1202

Maybe you want to try a current test build of CUETools, to check if it is accepted by your system or Antivirus-Software:
https://github.com/gchudov/cuetools.net/pull/122
Apologies for the delay in responding. I did not notice your reply. I will check this weekend and report back
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Playlist-Manager-SMP
Last post by regor -
Ok, I downgraded SMP to 1.5.2, and I re-installed the latest version* in the -I think- right path (C:\Users\andre\AppData\Roaming\foobar2000\scripts\SMP\xxx-scripts), but the problem is still there, and nothing loads.

*Be patient, I don't really know what "from commits" means... I just downloaded the zip from here (https://github.com/regorxxx/Playlist-Manager-SMP), green button "code", "Download ZIP"
Yep the last path is right if you are using a non portable install, and that's the zip you needed. Then, did you pointed to the new path at the panel? Seems obvious, but maybe you still had the panel trying to load the previous path and thus crashing.

Is the log the same now? I'm testing it on a portable fresh install directly from github and loads fine. Also try clearing the properties at the panel in case you got someting wrong there.
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General Audio / Re: Equalise Volumes via dbPoweramp (-db) & wxMp3gain (+db) conversion
Last post by hmp -
How?

If this forum had awards, I would nominte lvqcl's post as post of the year. Seriously, one of the best answers I have ever seen.

1 Celsius is equal to 1 Kelvin.

Every temperature increase by 1 Celsius means that temperature also increased by 1 Kelvin.
Every temperature decrease by 1 Celsius means that temperature also decreased by 1 Kelvin.

It's just that 0 degrees Celsius is equal to 273 Kelvin.
1 degree Celsius is 274 Kelvin.
2 degrees Celsius is 275 Kelvin.

Always the same, just the scale is different.

Same with music.
1 dB is equal to 1 LUFS.

85 dB = -22 LUFS
86 dB = -21 LUFS
87 dB = -20 LUFS
88 dB = -19 LUFS
89 dB = -18 LUFS
90 db = -17 LUFS
91 db = -16 LUFS
92 db = -15 LUFS
93 db = -14 LUFS

It always goes by 1 dB or 1 LUFS. Only the scale is different.

Thank you for considerately explaining a concept that isn't commonly expressed in a way that is universally understandable by all ages and backgrounds.
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General Audio / Re: Equalise Volumes via dbPoweramp (-db) & wxMp3gain (+db) conversion
Last post by Markuza97 -
How?

If this forum had awards, I would nominate lvqcl's post as post of the year. Seriously, one of the best answers I have ever seen.

1 Celsius is equal to 1 Kelvin.

Every temperature increase by 1 Celsius means that temperature also increased by 1 Kelvin.
Every temperature decrease by 1 Celsius means that temperature also decreased by 1 Kelvin.

It's just that 0 degrees Celsius is equal to 273 Kelvin.
1 degree Celsius is 274 Kelvin.
2 degrees Celsius is 275 Kelvin.

Always the same, just the scale is different.

Same with music.
1 dB is equal to 1 LUFS.

85 dB = -22 LUFS
86 dB = -21 LUFS
87 dB = -20 LUFS
88 dB = -19 LUFS
89 dB = -18 LUFS
90 dB = -17 LUFS
91 dB = -16 LUFS
92 dB = -15 LUFS
93 dB = -14 LUFS

It always goes by 1 dB or 1 LUFS. Only the scale is different.
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Playlist-Manager-SMP
Last post by jotti -
Ok, I downgraded SMP to 1.5.2, and I re-installed the latest version* in the -I think- right path (C:\Users\andre\AppData\Roaming\foobar2000\scripts\SMP\xxx-scripts), but the problem is still there, and nothing loads.

*Be patient, I don't really know what "from commits" means... I just downloaded the zip from here (https://github.com/regorxxx/Playlist-Manager-SMP), green button "code", "Download ZIP"
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Playlist-Manager-SMP
Last post by regor -
Hi Regor,
I bypassed the relative paths error just replacing them with absolute paths (as suggested by this user), but it still fails to load, this time displaying this message:

Code: [Select]
Error: Spider Monkey Panel v1.6.1-dev+757cb073 (Playlist Manager: Playlist Manager v0.2 by XXX)
this.properties.bBOM is undefined

File: playlist_manager_list.js
Line: 1831, Column: 2
Stack trace:
  _list@playlist_manager_list.js:1831:2
  @:79:12

I tried some digging here but couldn't find anyone with the same error. Any guess?
Are you using the latest version? (from commits) Have you installed it at the right path (see installation txt file)?

Your error happens at the beginning of panel loading about a missing property on the panel, so that points to an installation problem. Try re-downloading the files.

Also SMP 1.6.0 is a broken release and I'm not supporting dev releases like 1.6.1 until it has been fixed, the SMP repository recommends to use 1.5.2 and that's what I support. Maybe that's your problem.

EDIT:  btw the user's comment you pointed to has a wrong installation path... so maybe that was also his problem. Please take a look at the installation file.
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: Playlist-Manager-SMP
Last post by jotti -
Hi Regor,
I bypassed the relative paths error just replacing them with absolute paths (as suggested by this user), but it still fails to load, this time displaying this message:

Code: [Select]
Error: Spider Monkey Panel v1.6.1-dev+757cb073 (Playlist Manager: Playlist Manager v0.2 by XXX)
this.properties.bBOM is undefined

File: playlist_manager_list.js
Line: 1831, Column: 2
Stack trace:
  _list@playlist_manager_list.js:1831:2
  @:79:12

I tried some digging here but couldn't find anyone with the same error. Any guess?
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