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 on: May 31, 2020, 08:46:42 pm 
Started by Jack - Last post by PeterSt
So Jack ...

You're not one of the astronauts on Space-X, right ? You sound a bit like good-bye for ever.

What I certainly do get from this is how Covid-19 is getting to our nerves. Small example from this afternoon for us :

We were driving from Arnhem to the west a bit and back, just following a nice route. Hardly doable with a 1 million bicyclists on our track (they own the small roads these days), so half way we took a short cut on that route and decided to visit family in Arnhem. Our son Paul was driving (all right, he was our friendly chauffeur) and his mood went bad. Why ?

He is now more than two months performing his (EE) graduation from home while normally this would have been at the firm hospitising him for his graduating internship. On a side note : he is the only one from his group who will manage to graduate because all others failed to arrange for this "working at home" in time and the others will continue with that in October.
And thus his mood went bad; we shouldn't visit family, of which she out of all is practising physiotherapy.

And so I changed the navigation to "back home" and there (45 minutes later than could have been) I grabbed my beer (I am lying a small part here Party).

The moral : in the G-D 4 hour trip nothing was open for a beer.
This is killing, right ?

Jack, next time you reach Arnhem, step on it and end up 50Km or so more north for a beer. Last time we miserably failed.

 on: May 28, 2020, 01:11:53 pm 
Started by Jack - Last post by Jack
Name:   Jack
Posts:   109 (0.023 per day)
Position:   Audio Loudspeaker
Date Registered:   May 28, 2007, 03:21:58 pm
Last Active:   May 28, 2020, 12:37:30 pm
13 years ago today this journey started & what a fantastic ride it has been. A bunch of us migrated from Bert's forum after XX had become all that was talked about for days/weeks, I might even have been the first to register. Bert of coarse introduced us to PeterSt & his "new" way of playing audio. I remember early days being a guinea pig for Peter's 64 bit version as I had a 64 bit rig & he at that brief moment had not. He would email me a version which would either run or not! Eventually of coarse it was a runner & the rest is history & a shed load of coding & hard work for our host. Thank you Peter & your "workforce". Live long & prosper....

 on: May 24, 2020, 09:11:47 pm 
Started by hwk - Last post by Scroobius
Yippee !!!!!! 

 on: May 24, 2020, 06:40:58 pm 
Started by hwk - Last post by PeterSt

This is now solved in 2.11a.

People can download this and unRAR and paste over the XX folder of the existing 2.11 version (and only 2.11 !) :



 on: May 13, 2020, 03:23:49 pm 
Started by hwk - Last post by hwk
Okay, thanks. I'll await your update


 on: May 13, 2020, 02:49:52 pm 
Started by hwk - Last post by PeterSt
Hey ...
Yes, I know, this is a bug I introduced close to putting 2.11 to production and I couldn't find the solution easily.
It's in that ToDo I showed (with *) ...

I will try to solve it soon.
Kind regards,

 on: May 13, 2020, 02:42:02 pm 
Started by hwk - Last post by hwk

Hi Peter,
I noticed sadly that the scroll-wheel of my mouse (or the 2 fingers sweeping on my touch pad) have no effect in the gallery pane, nor in the other panes of the UI.
Would you please de-bug this?

For the rest: extremely fine sound quality with this version!!!

best regards, HW

 on: May 10, 2020, 12:01:22 pm 
Started by fralippo - Last post by PeterSt

Hi Fralippo,

The so-called Release Notes of this version, tell that I searched for this bug endlessly, but that I can't find it. And worse : this has been solved at some stage, but it sneaked in again.

As far as I can tell this only happens from album to album (so have a playlist with ten tracks from 10 different albums and it occurs after each track). So surely it happens at the end of the playlist.

If it occurs to you with an SFS of 0.39, well, then you have "noticing" ears. Of course you can hear it because a "chop off" really occurs, but this will now be so marginal that I would have difficulty in knowing. With an SFS of 10.19 it will be dead-clear alright.
And if you now tell me "but this really does not matter for chopped off length" then I have been debugging in the wrong direction ...

Kind regards,

 on: May 10, 2020, 10:12:38 am 
Started by fralippo - Last post by fralippo
In unattended mode I experience anticipated tracks end followed by a skip to the next one. What could I try to fix this???
The audio PC, connected via RDC, has a Intel I7 processor, slowed down to 1GHz and 8GB RAM.
I plaied a bit with the SFS values. The problem is there both with min/max set to 10.19 and with 0.39 min and 60 max.

 on: May 02, 2020, 03:02:05 am 
Started by hudesigns - Last post by hudesigns
Wow thanks Peter! Yes it helps me to understand the process a lot more now. It reminds me of certain aspects of digital image processing. If I need to do any adjustments in color, light or anything, itís the best practice to do it when image is in very high resolution and color depth, even if your end product needs only to be a small image of 800 pixels in limited color depth.

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