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Re: Other interesting formats? #21580
08/17/05 12:47 PM
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note: Audio Overload exports audio perfectly to all formats including aac/applelosseless/mp3 aiff (16 & 24 bit) with the help of audio hijack pro (25$) so audio export is low on my wishlist now. And i was right the only way to truely capture this sound is 24 bit audio. Otherwise you leave the sound feeling compressed and less electric, like aliens are taking ahold of your ears:)

Audio hijack pro also can automatically split files and runs vst/au/ladsp/ and native plugins in a matrix. it even supports midi plugins! I highly recommend picking up a copy if you are a chip music audiophile like me LOL


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Re: Other interesting formats? #21581
08/17/05 03:11 PM
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I'm amused that you feel 24-bit is necessary, since Audio Overload only generates 16-bit sound in the first place smile


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Re: Other interesting formats? #21582
08/17/05 06:12 PM
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well you are right there is no difference. haha my mind was playing tricks on me

But as i have been playing songs i notice there is a 3 minute limit on sndh files. most of the time the song is just starting to groove.
Please implement no limitation of playing or recording time


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Re: Other interesting formats? #21583
08/18/05 07:53 AM
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Thank you for applying PSF support to Audio Overload!

Now to get to that music I was going to fool around with...


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Re: Other interesting formats? #21584
08/19/05 10:58 AM
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Richard: I have found some bugs in the Mac 2.0b6 version. I haven't really been keeping up with things, so please forgive me if I say something that has already been said 100 times.

First of all, and this has been a problem for a while, is if you use unusual characters in filenames, they show up goofy in the playlist. Obviously not a big deal, but I do see it every once in a while. The one I see a lot is the bullet. If you want to see an example of this, hit option-8 into a filename.

Next is if you activate the "audio overlord" easter egg, the oscilloscope changes from a line into a bunch of lowercase g s. I'm not sure if this is intentional or not.

I just noticed today that NSF files will allow you to go 2 tracks beyond the end. For example, if there are 15 songs in an NSF, you can go to 16 and 17. Sometimes with different formats it will cause AO to crash when you go beyond the end.

That's all that I could find. But there's one last thing that I really wish you would do, even though it's not a bug. You know the little speaker icon that is next to the item that is currently being played? I made 2 new ones; one is for a selected item, and the other is for an unselected item. If you could implement a way to have both icons present and to use the correct one depending on if the item is selected or not it would make me very happy. Here are the replacement icons, in the same format (icns resources):

http://benboldt.spymac.net/Speakers.rsrc.sit

I really think these icons would look better than the current one if you could find the time to make them work.

Re: Other interesting formats? #21585
08/19/05 12:23 PM
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Richard Bannister Offline OP

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Quote:
Originally posted by Ben Boldt:
Next is if you activate the "audio overlord" easter egg, the oscilloscope changes from a line into a bunch of lowercase g s. I'm not sure if this is intentional or not.
It is. This is an in-joke, which evidently you're not in on smile


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Re: Other interesting formats? #21586
08/19/05 09:57 PM
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Quote:
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Originally posted by Ben Boldt:
[b]Next is if you activate the "audio overlord" easter egg, the oscilloscope changes from a line into a bunch of lowercase g s. I'm not sure if this is intentional or not.
It is. This is an in-joke, which evidently you're not in on smile [/b]
I have to ask you if you like getting bug reports or not. I see no indication that you appreciate them.

Re: Other interesting formats? #21587
08/20/05 12:00 AM
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We do like getting bug reports, because neither Richard nor I have enough hours in a day to try every file in every format we support that's on the Internet. Just as long as they're concise - "nsf doesn't work" isn't real helpful, but "the file X downloadable at Y doesn't work" is.

Re: Other interesting formats? #21588
08/20/05 03:55 AM
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Quote:
Originally posted by Ben Boldt:
I have to ask you if you like getting bug reports or not. I see no indication that you appreciate them.
Bug reports, as long as they're sufficiently detailed (as per R Belmont's post above) are always appreciated.


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Re: Other interesting formats? #21589
08/20/05 06:02 AM
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Did you know that the .snd extension was also a Macintosh Sound Format?

This is tricky... I don't know what format to recommend to you to do next... USF is in the works... two sound formats are too early in their stages for any devolopment for this program. The two are the Dreamcast format and the Sega Saturn Format.

I don't know what to do next... you got just about everthing. The Gamecube and Sega 32X formats both haven't been devoloped yet...


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