Sorry, meant to say blind A/B with the option to instantly hear one after another or swap the order again . No way of doing that, since you'd know when it's running. I suppose you could have someone else do it, while you look away. but I what if don't have any friends ? The need to restart the machine to repeat is not really conductive to it either... It would be awesome if system settings were queried and saved and could be restored without a reboot (maybe not so much for stopped/started services)?
>1. This app is free. I may mind to elaborate about your curiosity if it's paid software. Well, it deserves some bucks though.
>3. I know people who has opened mind enough to appreciate it and I already explained all of them in my website.
> you just want to know how I made it huh? Don't be shy lol.
I'd happily donate $5 if you added the advanced options where you get a choice to check/de-select/tick what you want done. (including what services to stop).
Don't get me wrong, I greately appreciate the effort, especially when the app is free.
I just can't help be an ass when people make silly design choices justifying them with obfuscating (I've PMed you about what people can do to and how much it costs for getting the source equivalent ). Plus I just want a higher level of assurance for programs that modify system settings with an option to select what I think is a good idea and what isn't (maybe even change the parameters into the MMCSS calls). Sure, I'm partially curious how it works and whether it works as claimed (hence why I insist on asking whether it still doesn't make any changes if the pc is not shut down properly while the app is running)
>2. I made it just because I'm bored seeing people raving on Mac as audiophile platform.
meh, with an async mode USB dac, KS or ASIO and/or win7 windows audio session windows really isn't that bad. I'd be more worried about specific dodgy motherboards, usb controllers, etc.
>3 If you think it's my explanation is random, gain more knowledge before understanding it.
Look, I sorry I was a bit of an ass above, but that still doesn't mean you shouldn't elaborate on what exactly is done and how. At this stage I don't have the will to do more RTFM after 8h of programming at work
>If you don't trust me or Fidelizer, I don't care.
Not quite that. There are far easier ways to scam far more people .
I was asking you what settings are applied to: MMCSS related calls and why, and what the consequences to see whether the settings used make sense (if they're specified in MSDN docs somewhere just reference that page), in the sense that they're probably not easy to get right.
>You still struck at buffer being all good for sound quality and I know it's fruitless effort explaining things to these kinds of people.
don't be juvenile, haughty or dismissive. MD11 ships data in bulk bus mode it's not the same as the driver-less adaptive mode DACs or buffering to reclock. The key is not a buffer, the key is using bulk transfer mode with guaranteed data delivery (the bus is fast enough to provide a soft guarantee on the latency as a bonus if the outbound buffer is never empty)
>As for homepage, are you blind? There's checkbox to untick yet you leave it be and complain.
again, don't be juvenile. I ran it 3 times, 2 sandboxes lol... The last time I forgot to untick it. Things happen.
How many people do you know that actually set the home page to any app that requests it? I don't know any. If people like it, they will BOOKMARK it and visit it later to check for updates. So just make that box non-default and make it 'open my page' instead of set homepage.
To top it off, it seems that when I close the app or it finishes optimizing, it goes to your webpage again. WHY??? We've already been there... We got the program from it .... (edit: oh i see, same 'omg they'll steal my programz' thing...)
>P.S. For annoying webpage and set homepage feature, I intend to keep it to prevent some people taking benefits on this project for their commercial music server project. Since it can run as unattended, ones can easily put this into OS and claim for $$$. I don't want that.
I've PMed you WRT that. Basically, there are plenty of people with no job or boredoom, but little ethics and the necessary skills to do enough dynamic analysis (dump or tracing or + hooks on registry or dll calls) and or RTM. I'd say if the commerical projects wanted it it'd cost them no more than $200-$500 and an Eastern EU person from a dodgy reverse engineering forum + 3-5 hours . Again, please stop greatly inconveniencing your users.
Edited by svyr - 3/28/11 at 1:05am