Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: unique, automatically loaded EQ for each song
Re: unique, automatically loaded EQ for each song
From: Brian King <brking_at_charter.net>
Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2003 07:07:05 -0500
Yes. This works with the current patch.
> Thanks for the info.
> The way the Winamp one works, and this would have to work, is that if a song
> did not have an individualized .cfg, the default .cfg would load.
> In other words, if Song A has its own .cfg, and Song B doesn't, Song B should
> go back to the default .cfg, not use A's .cfg.
> Brian King wrote:
>>Well, I have a patch sitting on the patch tracker that does part of what
>>you want. It is the per file cfg loader patch. It basically allows for
>>auto-loading a .cfg file per mp3 file, per m3u file, and per directory,
>>with the ability to load multiple cfg files for the same song. For
>>example, you can have a cfg file for a directory and an mp3 file. The
>>one for the directory gets loaded first, then the one for mp3 file. As
>>far as a way to save the current audio settings and have that
>>auto-loaded, that would probably be another feature altogether.
>>>A while ago Björn Stenberg wrote that an upcoming feature would
>>>automatically load a previously created .cfg file for each song.
>>>This would allow individualized EQ's to automatically load for each
>>>song, which for those who listen to songs from a million different
>>>sources one after another, all recorded with different volume and
>>>bass levels, is the Holy Grail.
>>>Is this automatically loading feature here yet?
>>>If not, any idea when?
>>>One important question: I would like to be able to just click on a
>>>save .cfg file button after I've adjusted each song and limit
>>>the .cfg file automatically to audio settings. I don't want to have
>>>it take settings for other stuff, like backlight time, etc.
>>>Otherwise it will be a mess if I change non-audio settings, and then
>>>each time a song .cfg loads, the non-audio stuff would get reverted
>>>back to what it was when I created that .cfg file.
>>>I know I could go into each .cfg file and erase the stuff I don't want,
>>>but for hundreds of songs, that's alot of work, and it would be much
>>>easier to have a way so that just the audio settings are saved
>>>How can I do that?
Received on 2003-10-13