Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: midk: Crossfade skipping tracks only.
Re: midk: Crossfade skipping tracks only.
From: Zakk Roberts <midkay_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 06:24:50 -0800
No, I'm midk(ay). :)
Well, I'm not quite sure what to say - all I really did was tell the tracks
to play in gapless mode (ignore crossfading) when you're not skipping
around. I didn't do any extensive testing, but I tried it on a few tracks
and it seemed to work fine. My entire collection is FLAC, for what it's
I went to bed soon after, today I'll do a lot more testing (I've been
wanting this mode too for a while). I'll be back with any/all results in
about 12 hours. :)
On 3/30/06, gl <gl_at_ntlworld.com> wrote:
> "And that's why I wanted crossfade only on manual track change."
> Xavier, are you 'midk'? Either way, does skip crossfading work for you
> every time or are you seeing the same problem?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: XavierGr
> To: Rockbox development
> Sent: Thursday, March 30, 2006 10:29 AM
> Subject: Re: midk: Crossfade skipping tracks only.
> I can confirm little clicks on track change. And that's why I wanted
> crossfade only on manual track change. (So I won't loose the gapless and
> rid of the clicks)
> There were sometimes in older builds that the clicks were not so loud or
> other times it was difficult to encounter them. With the latest changes
> click problem is more profound.
> On 30/03/06, gl <gl_at_ntlworld.com> wrote:
> Hey midk, thanks for that addition, something I've wanted for a while.
> However it doesn't always work for me - usually when entering a new dir it
> works for 2 or 3 tracks, then they hard skip (tested on H140).
> I think this might be related to another skipping problem I bugged a while
> ago (http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/4785), where skipping Wavpack
> tracks always cuts off ~500ms of the next track - it's like the audio
> out for that period of time. On other codecs _that_ doesn't happen, but I
> get frequent glitches when skipping (short clicks). There seems to be
> underlying problem affecting everything.
> Has anybody else seen this or is it target specific?
-- - Zakk midkay_at_gmail.comReceived on 2006-03-30