Why it might happen for you just recently?
You might recently installed some 3rd party optimization tool, clicked something due to some system nagging ("tip"), reached some very low battery level for the first time, which triggered it permanently. Many possibilities, no knowledge of how you use your device.
Just for clarification, are the cddeemph graphs with dithering and the rest without dithering?cdddemph graphs are with default settings - 16 bit input, 16 bit output (anyway there is no way to change settings). I would say that i see no symptoms of dithering there.
I haven't been able to download cddeemphI uploaded it to dropbox - https://www.dropbox.com/s/i8v0tybxgz975ep/cddeemph.zip?dl=1
But it's misleading enough that it shouldn't be in the wiki imo.Most probably developer of cddeemph himself added this text to wiki. And... it is not there anymore
Probably was just copied from this program's decsription.
Yes, probably. But it's misleading enough that it shouldn't be in the wiki imo.
The problem has been noted and reproduced, it's apparent on both Windows 7 and 10 hosts.
At least - despite of moderate annoyance factor - it does not have ill effect beyond the apparent ones, lets you stop and restart playback gracefully.
It will be addressed for the next update.
Anyway, thanks for the advice, I’ve set foobar to “Do not optimize” and will see what happens.
How is this done using CUETools exactly? [...]
Furthermore, it doesn't have the CD-TEXT fields!!
Besides possibly before the first track, CT won't include 00 index information present in a log file
CD-TEXT information is not available in a log file
What, not straight forward enough?
Oh right, the heaping attitude part. Well I suppose I should stay in character then...
You really never do let up, do you?Nope
Is trolling people on these forums your only joy in life?Yep
I wasn't "mining for titles" as you suggested.Why assume I was talking about you? Are you the only other person involved in the discussion since I entered it?
the pregap information is not *needed* for playback in car CD player. Again, I was interested in this topic, and I thought that this discussion might yield some fruitful information. Apparently, this is the wrong answer and I should have said that somehow my life depended on it, so it could justify your valuable "contributions" to this discussion.It seemed to me you simply wanted a problem solved. I'm sorry for looking at this from a practical perspective without considering whether you actually wanted to dive deep into the minutia.
Life is too short:
CUETools is a fine tool to construct a cue sheet and fill it with CD-TEXT info.
Really? You want to disable subsongs altogether? Just because of a handful of buggy songs?
Sure. It was a 'hack'. Usually used in game music/jingles or hidden pranks. I have playlist with 4000+ .mod files and I'm not sure if there is a single song part I really need to access that way. Don't need to be default, but being able to get rid of them would be nice and... why not?