After installing 7-ZIP Reader (also EX version. made by other dev), unlike other archive reader, 7-ZIP format is shown in "Set Programs Associations". Is it by design maybe?
Communication Lost (2011)
A fix for a nastier (but stealthier, stuck threads) bug in the output code resulted in this change of behavior.
I'm fixing it so it works the way it did before (but without the bug).
It's basically a maintenance release and comes with the following changes
- CHG: preference page now uses apply logic and doesn't display legacy warning anymore.
- CHG: removed some outdated default services and added Wikipedia and DuckDuckGo.
- CHG: updated to foobar2000 SDK 2018-03-06
You can get it via the link from the first post.
Some DAC's have display or operate LED controls that show what format it's actually playing but not this.
It seems there's no other way to see the DAC receives the audio "untouched".
I use Marantz NR 1608 for DMR.
But, it doesn't appear in the devices selection (output).
Environment : Win10(64bit) + foobar2000 v1.3.17 + MediaRenderer output v1.0 beta 18
On the other hand, it appears as a media renderer in "devices and printers" window on windows10.
And Windows Media Player can "Cast to Device" to NR1608 and plays music.
Is there anything I shuld check else?
You are likely editing and re-saving .MP3 or another lossy format. This involves opening, decoding, then re-encoding the lossy material to a new .MP3. Your "Wave Editor" also likely does not support encoding gapless MP3s, or decoding them, for that matter. So there may not be any gaps on your files to begin with, and your editor is adding them, and possibly destroying the gapless information already encoded into the original files.Actually, most of the music files that people send me or I download are MP3 files. And I certainly don't edit them if they don't need editing. If they play through just fine they don't get edited. And 95% of the files I get are 'normal' recordings - the tracks are already separated by 1 or 2 seconds, so if a quarter of a second or so is added between tracks it won't be noticeable. Live recordings I get are especially prone to these annoying spaces - quite often the applause or musician banter is 'gapped'.
Stop re-saving MP3 files, you can't really edit them without losing more information than just the gaps. Save to FLAC, or WavPack, or another lossless format, but try to start with a lossless file to begin with, rather than any MP3 files.I have no control over the format of the recordings I get. And if they're MP3s that flow from one track to the next I'll just have to use Audacity to remove the spaces.