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Crossfader DSP limitation

Tested different scenarios of crossfading from one codec to another with clean install of fb1.6.5b5 and built-in crossfader DSP.
FLAC, MP3, M4A works well in all different combinations I have tested. Opus works well as fine with opus, but fails crossfading with all other codecs I tested (FLAC, MP3, M4A) in both directions (e.g. opus->m4a and m4a->opus).
Is there anything I can do to fix opus crossfading with other codecs?

Re: Crossfader DSP limitation

Reply #1
Sounds like it's failing to crossfade files of differing sample rates.

Re: Crossfader DSP limitation

Reply #2
Use resampler in DSP chain before crossfader.


Re: Crossfader DSP limitation

Reply #3
@kode54  @Rollin : you are right, its a sample rate problem! Opus was at 48 kHz (as provided by youtube), all other at 44,1 kHz. Resampler solved the problem! Thanks very much!

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