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Fidelify - Spotify with ASIO and WASAPI support!!! - Page 2
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Could be a Windows 8 issue. Run regedit and do a search for fidelify and delete any registry keys that it has created. Then try a fresh copy again and see if that helps.
I wouldn't hold your breath. It looks like he was pumping out updates and then stopped. If you look at the update rate he is getting slower and slower. The last period between updates was 7 months and he promised to update the ETA more than 4 months ago.
The best thing to do would be to communicate with him directly regarding this. Several of us have shown interest in donating to him in order to speed up development. SpencerWood, how about emailing him regarding this issue and specifically asking when you can expect to see a fix made available? Let him know that many of us here at head-fi consider this to be an invaluable tool because its the only way we can get bit-perfect audio from Spotify and that we are desperate for a fix on this issue. Let him know that several of us are interested in donating if that will help get this resolved and please ask for his PayPal address if he's interested in those donations. Let us know.
Shot an email his way explaining that we were extremely interested in the project and were more than willing to donate for updates. Linked this thread so we'll see what happens.
Just received a reply. Said 1.0 is almost ready for release but not to expect anything until the summer. Mentioned he was really busy with work but promised to make sure it got updated.
Edited by gidgiddonihah - 4/15/13 at 1:28pm
If there was a way Fidelify could work in offline mode it would be perfect. I highly doubt Spotify would give out their cataloging system to anyone though...
Finally got the WASAPI to work on it after no luck with ASIO4ALL. Rockin great on the stream but won't be able to play offline which is half my listening. Right direction though, now if only Spotify can implement WASAPI on their player. They did it with equalify, why not a fidelify plugin?!