Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Computer Audio › Official Foobar Gallery
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Official Foobar Gallery - Page 2

post #16 of 622
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheReds
Edit: necro pimp??? 24 bit, 48000Hz Nine inch nails album????
I'll see your high quality NIN album and raise you:


48khz 24bit 6ch, average bitrate of about 4000kbps, and 1.6gb for the whole album
post #17 of 622
i got the same album... only my rip is the 24bit 96KHz stereo

Quote:
Originally Posted by TheReds
Edit: necro pimp??? 24 bit, 48000Hz Nine inch nails album????
DVD-A

and the fade

Code:
$transition(-----------------,$get(fadeend),$get(text1))
post #18 of 622
double post...
post #19 of 622
Old: http://img204.imageshack.us/my.php?image=fbfinal8bc.png

then I tried a more playlist-centered layout.. Not working out too well, I just don't have the time that I did when making the old layout:

New: http://img366.imageshack.us/my.php?image=fbnew5gg.png
post #20 of 622
Thread Starter 
New: http://img366.imageshack.us/my.php?image=fbnew5gg.png

^^^Sweeet, like the color scheme.

Thanks necropimp, ill work on that, new layout coming........after foobar is done making some (1300 something) mp3's from my flacs

Cheers!
post #21 of 622
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by RotAtoR
I'll see your high quality NIN album and raise you:


48khz 24bit 6ch, average bitrate of about 4000kbps, and 1.6gb for the whole album

Lol wow, you got the method for burning dvd-a 's from hydrogen right? i say a thread on it awhile back but never really followed it up. Would you mind either posting a guide or, possible just links for the software?? Thanks!

Cheers!
post #22 of 622
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheReds
asmox and necropimp, i noticed in your track info the speparating lines fade. How would i do this?
Code:
$transition(«-------------------------,$get(trans_back),$get(trans_frnt))
trans_back is a variable i set for the fadeout color, and trans_frnt is a variable for the foreground color.

Quote:
Originally Posted by binkgle
hey asmox, what component are you using for lyric panel? does it highlight the words as the song goes along, kareoke-style, or no?

how did you merge the track progress bar into the track info pane, and how did you make it look like that?

how did you format the playlist so that the number of the song in the library was on the left, the artist, album, genre, and year, in that order, were all placed together in order to organize it all (makes everything much cleaner in my opinion), and then title bar?

could you zip up your foobar folder and send it to me? either upload it somewhere and post here or i'll pm you with my email. thx
the lyric panel is foo_uie_lyrics.dll. it doesn't highlight the words, but i think it's supposed to scroll with the song because there's an 'Enable Scroll' checkbox in the preferences.. only it doesn't seem to do anything. i dunno, maybe it's a broken feature.. or maybe i'm just stupid, lol.

you can put anything you want into the track info pane. there's a preferences screen for it with a text box to enter all sorts of code. here's the progress bar:

Code:
$char(1)C$get(head)Track Progress :: a3a3a3$get(bright)$muldiv(%_time_elapsed_seconds%,100,%_time_total_seconds%)'%' ::$char(10)
$char(1)C$progress2(%_time_elapsed_seconds%,%_time_total_seconds%,$get(proglength),$get(progfore)$get(progchar),$get(progback)$get(progchar))$char(10)$char(10)
i ripped it off somebody on hydrogenaudio :O

progfore, progback, progchar, and proglength are variables for foreground color, background color, character used for the bar, and length of the bar.. respectively.

regarding my playlist.. it's Azrael's config - get it here. i simply modified the colors and some of the columns to suit my needs.

i'll upload a zip in a little bit.
post #23 of 622
I used to customize my foobar all the time. Now I don't care as much so I just use the v.1 configuration from indietorrents. It does everything I need it to do.



Someone should make a custom foobar installer for head-fi members like with logos and stuff. And it should automatically reject playing any lossy files.
post #24 of 622
My current foobar


post #25 of 622
ok snapshooter,

now you have to zip up and email me your whole foobar2k folder to erukian@gmail.com

:P

-Joe
post #26 of 622
You've got mail !

post #27 of 622
Here's mine: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/brawley/foobar.PNG

Colours and panel size are in a constant state of change at the moment, and I've yet to sort out arranging the albums in alphabetical order/order of year.

By the way, does anybody know how to do the iTunes-style alternating 2 colour background? You know, like when the background to track one is white, then the background to track 2 is blue, and then white again for track 3?
post #28 of 622
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheReds
How do you like the beta?? i would try it out im just paranoid that i wont be able to get it setup just like my version now which is perfect.....for me . What all has changed in the beta?

Cheers!
I've only been using it for a few days now. I don't think most of the GUI plugins work so stick to the official release unless you have a spare computer to try it on.

So far the only major thing I've noticed is better tag handling as well as VBR updates in the bottom tray that tells exact bitrate for the moment (you can change how often it's updated)
post #29 of 622
for those who have asked about my foobar folder

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=01TIOGZD

to open http://www.7zip.org (winrar also works)

nuke the database, delete playlists, and change the database, playback, and DSP settings for your own personal needs
post #30 of 622
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Computer Audio
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Computer Audio › Official Foobar Gallery