Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: NoDo or not?
Re: NoDo or not?
From: Peter Lecky <lecky_lists_at_nextra.sk>
Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2010 10:53:46 +0200
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On 1.4.2010 10:39, Brožík, Václav wrote:
> On 3/26/2010 2:53 PM, Jeff Goode wrote:
>> I often listen to audiobooks and the like that benefit from being sped
>> up. It would be nice for the DAP to not "forget" that I sped up
>> playback when I turn it off. I'm probably in the minority though.
> I am with you. The minority grows up :) I would welcome possibility of persistent speed up
> setting not just for audiobooks but for podcasts and radio programme recordings too.
> On March 26, 2010 20:58, Paul Louden wrote:
>> Perhaps a sort of hybrid solution - rather than making the setting
>> wholly persistent for pitch/speed, store it in bookmarks and the resume
>> marker? If you resume playback without playing something else, it resumes
>> sped up, and if you load a bookmark as well.
> This solution is a nice feature and I would like it but unfortunately it does not solve
> the problem for podcasts and radio recordings which are usually started from the beginning
> and only sometimes resumed from bookmark (or last played position).
> I would like to bring the question of per-directory (partial) configuration here again :)
> Per-directory configuration would solve many problems with audiobooks, podcasts,
> language lessons etc. which require different settings than music.
> Examples of some settings which could be required to be different per directory:
> - playback speed up
> - dynamic range compressor
> - equalizer
> - bookmarking
> - shuffle
> - crossfade
> - skip length
> - last.fm logging
> - hotkey setting
> - quick screen
> - wps
I can work on it. Easter is coming -> no work in office -> time to code. ;)
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Received on 2010-04-01