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post #16 of 28
ELP, PSS, Graphical Browser, WSH, Columns UI, & ASIO.
post #17 of 28
Hmmmm...

ASIO
Resampler (*erects flame shield*)
Crossfeed (*erects flame fortress*)

Occasional use of convert stereo to 4 channels.
post #18 of 28

discovered Bauer binaural component thanks to this thread. thank you.

post #19 of 28

I am looking for the following components if they even exist.

 

-  Total song count / size.  ie. 10000 songs 100gb.

 

Playcount

 

-  Show playcount beside song name.

 

Genre organization

 

-  Show genre beside album/title/artist at the top.

post #20 of 28
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Originally Posted by barksdale View Post

I am looking for the following components if they even exist.

 

-  Total song count / size.  ie. 10000 songs 100gb.

 

Playcount

 

-  Show playcount beside song name.

 

Genre organization

 

-  Show genre beside album/title/artist at the top.

a) select a playlist or select all songs and check the properties, you can also put the selection properties window into your layout.

b) foo_playcount, add a column Played: %play_count%

c) you mean in the group? just add %genre% to the group

post #21 of 28
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Originally Posted by xnor View Post

a) select a playlist or select all songs and check the properties, you can also put the selection properties window into your layout.

b) foo_playcount, add a column Played: %play_count%

c) you mean in the group? just add %genre% to the group


I don't want the whole selection properties, just the size somewhere on the bottom.

 

When I have my library "all" selected it says 10000 songs 4 weeks, 3 days for example.

 

I added the play count, but it does not update when a track finishes.  Tried with a few.

 

genre worked though.

 

thanks

post #22 of 28

In the properties - Default User Interface - add to statusbar:  [%filesize_natural%]

That's just the currently playing song though.

 

Check if Library -> Playback Statistics -> Monitor is checked

Also, don't just skip to the end. You need to actually play a couple of minutes or a third of the song or thereabouts.

post #23 of 28
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Originally Posted by xnor View Post

In the properties - Default User Interface - add to statusbar:  [%filesize_natural%]

That's just the currently playing song though.

 

Check if Library -> Playback Statistics -> Monitor is checked

Also, don't just skip to the end. You need to actually play a couple of minutes or a third of the song or thereabouts.

I am using columns ui.  I want it for all songs, not current.  Is that not possible?

Okay I was skipping to the end of the track.  Apparently you have to play at least half of the song.  Is there anyway to edit playcount of  a song and have a most played list?

post #24 of 28

Dunno, not using columns ui.

 

I also never had to edit playcount, but you could tag the files by adding PLAY_COUNT and then right click - playback stats - import from tags.

 

Most played: Library - Search: %play_count% GREATER 0 SORT DESCENDING BY %play_count% then press [...] create autoplaylist

post #25 of 28
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Originally Posted by xnor View Post

Dunno, not using columns ui.

 

I also never had to edit playcount, but you could tag the files by adding PLAY_COUNT and then right click - playback stats - import from tags.

 

Most played: Library - Search: %play_count% GREATER 0 SORT DESCENDING BY %play_count% then press [...] create autoplaylist

Can I limit the most played like top 50 similar to iTunes?

 

Can you show a screenshot of your Foobar?  Without columns ui the layout is very hard to configure.

post #26 of 28

Currently I'm pretty happy with the following setup:

 

Columns UI

equalizer

crossfader

reverse stereo channels

noise sharpening

resampler PPHS

Bauer stereo to binaural

post #27 of 28

Monkey's Audio.

If you know what I mean (Not always though) :P

post #28 of 28

Wasapi

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