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N.A.N.Y. 2009 / Re: NANY 2009 Release: Trout (audio player)
« on: August 03, 2013, 11:25 AM »
Hello, thanks for the quick answer  :Thmbsup:

Hmmm...the column widths should be saved when closing the program.  I can resize the channels column and it saves for me.
It don't seem to work  :(
There is also a kinda useless column, wich tells with file is playing, with a little arrow. Not removable

1) I can look into that.
Ah great! thanks a lot, this will become useful with the devlopement of High Definition digital sound, like rips from Blu ray audio.

2) I know the BASS library can do this but I've never researched it enough to figure out how.
There was a Paradox Dj programm ten years ago who was able to do this ( sorry i can't recall the name, BPMsomething or so )

a simple crossfade interface like this would be good enough

3) So, this question is a bit murkier because there actually is a hidden Shoutcast browser in Trout.  However, it no longer works because the Shoutcast folks changed up their API and now require an API key (breaking Trout's Shoutcast browser).  There is even an Icecast browser and a simple media database in there, too.  I've never fully polished them so I've never released that functionality to the Trout minions out there.   :D
aww :o too bad
i've always lost time to load Winamp+shoutcast while getting the sound from Trout via the stereo mixer
( Trout search option is very handy when listeners asks for a song )

Trout does not use ReplayGain nor can it add it.  Foobar is your best bet for this.
So even if i set it with Foobar it will ignored by Trout  :tellme:

N.A.N.Y. 2009 / Re: NANY 2009 Release: Trout (audio player)
« on: July 27, 2013, 03:42 AM »
I use Trout, almost everyday, since two years, and i really appreciate it. It is one of the best music player around.
( version 1.0.6 build 67
I just noticed some very minor issues and has some new ideas to make it even better.

The "channels" column has only numbers like 1 or 2, but stays often wide because the word channels is longer than 1 or 2.
I also noticed that the width of the columns is not kept when i start the program again.

Is it possible to have a column that says if the file si 16 or 24 bits ( or else ? )
Is it possible to have an option that allows crossfading between songs ?
Can a streaming option ( à la Shoutcast / Icecast ) be added ?

Something i haven't tested yet : do Trout knows how to use replay-gain ?
Side question : is it possible to apply a general replay-gain to all the files?

I use Trout mostly with Flac files, some Wav, some Aiff and a bunch of Ape, and currently i have almost 7000 songs
But i'm going to have more and more songs.
I am not a programmer at all, so i have no idea how my ideas can be implemented if you like them.
I just hope it's not too much work or bothering.

Thanks a lot for this very useful and conveinient program  :Thmbsup:

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