Author Topic: "limit according to peak level" replaygain setting isn't remembered  (Read 8500 times)

sergeymen

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Hi Ian,

The "limit according to peak level" replaygain setting isn't remembered in 3.5. I remember you were intending to incorporate it into the .ini, but I suspect it hasn't been done in 3.5.

If you have time to fix this, I would really appreciate it!

Thanks very much, and 3.5 is great!!!

Ian @ un4seen

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Oops! Here's a correction...

   www.un4seen.com/stuff/xmplay.exe

Btw, the AAC and ALAC plugins have now been updated to read the Replaygain peak info (amongst other things).

sergeymen

  • Posts: 29
Awesome!! Thank you for fixing this, and I'm glad the two plugins read replaygain now. I'm downloading them now!

sergeymen

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Oops! Here's a correction...

   www.un4seen.com/stuff/xmplay.exe


Hmm, I'm seeing this warning from my antivirus. You think it's OK?

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sergeymen

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I'm seeing comments on other forums elsewhere on interweb that this "statik" warning has frequently appeared as a false positive.

So I'm thinking things are OK, but I thought I'd let you know.

Dotpitch

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Hmm, I'm seeing this warning from my antivirus. You think it's OK?
I'm seeing comments on other forums elsewhere on interweb that this "statik" warning has frequently appeared as a false positive. So I'm thinking things are OK, but I thought I'd let you know.
Just make sure you trust the source you got it from. I think we can trust Ian not to make any scary computer-destroying XMPlay versions, especially not so close to the end of the year ;).
VirusTotal gives 2/50 positive, so it's probably a false positive because of the packer. Submit the file, so ESET can update their database.