Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: mp3-specific config
Re: mp3-specific config
From: jb <res0at31_at_verizon.net>
Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2003 10:56:03 -0800
it's great to see the individual per song/EQ idea being discussed. i'm not a
developer, so just to make a comment from the "user's" point of view:
could there be a part of this feature where while a song is playing, you activate a
"create .cfg" for the song that only saves audio qualities?
and -- the .cfg created would already be properly named and in the proper folder for
it to be automatically invoked the next time the song was played.
this would be equivalent to the feature on winamp.
thanks to all you guys for your fantastic work in making rockbox, and thus the
recorder 20, so great to use!
[repeated because I replied to wrong thread before]
Brian King wrote:
> Johan Vromans wrote:
> > Daniel Stenberg <daniel_at_haxx.se> writes:
> >>It struck me when thinking more about this feature, that if we enable this, we
> >>will need a way to get back to the "default" config that is fine for most of
> >>the songs. Consider the case where we have 10 songs in a playlist, and one of
> >>them has a config file that changes bass, treble or volume...
> > Actually, I assume that upon completion of the song, the settings will
> > revert to what they were before the song-specific config was
> > processed.
> Correct. The current patch handles this. It keeps a second copy of the
> global_settings called saved_settings and updated the proper one
> depending on the useage.
Received on 2003-12-22