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Is there a straightforward set of instructions in English or an English version of this?

 

post #347 of 488
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Originally Posted by Tomoyo View Post

The F3 button on your keyboard should bring up the search list on ulilith.

Why I cannot bring search list up with F3 button confused_face_2.gif
 

F3 on uLilith didn't give response both in Windows XP nor Windows 7 but bring up Windows default search folder when I used with FN key button.

But of course I don't want to use Windows search folder instead of uLilith self function. I do want playlist search likes on Foobar2000 with its CTRL+F search function.

post #348 of 488
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Originally Posted by kellzey View Post

Is there a straightforward set of instructions in English or an English version of this?

 


There is an english version of uLilith on http://www.project9k.jp/download/uLilith/

 



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Originally Posted by kinonotabi View Post



Why I cannot bring search list up with F3 button confused_face_2.gif
 

F3 on uLilith didn't give response both in Windows XP nor Windows 7 but bring up Windows default search folder when I used with FN key button.

But of course I don't want to use Windows search folder instead of uLilith self function. I do want playlist search likes on Foobar2000 with its CTRL+F search function.



Hmm, while on the playlist you can add a query to narrow your playlist. An example would be putting artist and then typing SID. Your playlist will then display all artists with the word SID in it. You can later remove the queries if you want to see your whole playlist. I hope that helps as a substitute for search funtcion.

post #349 of 488
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Originally Posted by Tomoyo View Post




There is an english version of uLilith on http://www.project9k.jp/download/uLilith/

 





Hmm, while on the playlist you can add a query to narrow your playlist. An example would be putting artist and then typing SID. Your playlist will then display all artists with the word SID in it. You can later remove the queries if you want to see your whole playlist. I hope that helps as a substitute for search funtcion.

 

Woww ... It can be done with that method, although not as simple as common search command

Make me wonder why a media player so great as uLilith doesn't have simple but important search command LOL bigsmile_face.gif

post #350 of 488

Hi

 

i'm using this little player for 1 day and i already like it very much.

 

But as i'm using also Last.fm i would be more happy if lilith could scrobble my music, but can't find the proper way to make it work...

 

So far trying to follow this tutorial: http://rainy.seesaa.net/article/91980354.html

 

But i'm stuck at the last step, already copy/paste the content of "mp3infp254a_dll.zip" and "lilith.fm.zip" into the same folder as lilith.exe, but don't understand what's the next step.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Sorry for poor english.

post #351 of 488

I am guessing x64 core2 works.  Whats this ASIO with mixer stuff though?

 

Also what should my asio settings be in this program?  I cant seem to push it onto my digital output...

 

It is translated awkwardly

 

Dummy                        0

 

Number of                   8

 

Buffer Size                  4


Edited by ninjikiran - 7/26/11 at 4:26pm
post #352 of 488

Can I use reclock with the lilith player? Thanks.

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Originally Posted by padam View Post

Can I use reclock with the lilith player? Thanks.


nope, DS/ASIO/Waveout/WASAPI only.

post #354 of 488

is there some way to view the cover?

because i can't see it...

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even if i actually have one, i can see it in mp3tag.

 

 

edit.

 

done, i actually need to extract the cover into the folder.

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Edited by Nachash - 9/13/11 at 3:27am
post #355 of 488

so anyone compared uLilith to jplay? I was told that its "beach" mode sounded great, and that you can integrate it within foobar too.

 

I'm still utterly impressed by uLilith's SQ in 64bit float, it's pure bliss through ASIO4ALL. And the latest builds support automatic VST latency compensation so you can use linear mode EQ's w/o any audible glitch :)

post #356 of 488

Are you still using Windows XP or is there a reason why you choose to output through ASIO4ALL over WASAPI?

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yup, still XP here...so I can't try jplay, which is Vista/W7 only. W8 will be here within around 6 months, maybe I'll finally upgrade after all.

 

I've set the system timer granularity from the default 7.8ms to 0.9, so it ain't so bad duggehsmile.png


Edited by leeperry - 11/12/11 at 9:31am
post #358 of 488
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Originally Posted by leeperry View Post

so anyone compared uLilith to jplay? I was told that its "beach" mode sounded great, and that you can integrate it within foobar too.

 

I'm still utterly impressed by uLilith's SQ in 64bit float, it's pure bliss through ASIO4ALL. And the latest builds support automatic VST latency compensation so you can use linear mode EQ's w/o any audible glitch :)



Jplay, especially in hibernation mode is something special. I do like Ulilith, though MPCHC/Reclock sounds better in my setup. 

 

All players sound *much* better in Windows 8. You should try out the pre-beta, man. Really a big step up for SQ.

post #359 of 488

How can I play wavpack files in ulilith? I know I need to install some directshow codecs but which ones and how to do that in detail?


Thanks!

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