Author Topic: (Version 1.7.4) Spectrogram Panel Plugin  (Read 14427 times)

zkhcohen

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If/when I get the chance, I'm planning on refactoring this.

I've learned a lot since I last updated any of my add-ins.

Don't use the Windows Store version, guys.

zkhcohen

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1.7.3 released with a fix for a system.overflow exception.

zkhcohen

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1.7.3 broke the seekbar.

The new release, 1.7.4, implements a fix.

sveakul

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zkhcohen:  just as a follow-up to an issue I was bugging you with way back when (https://getmusicbee.com/forum/index.php?topic=25944.msg157663#msg157663) , my recent upgrade to a new PC and Windows 10 has seen this time-seek bar sync problem vanish and 1.7.4 is working exactly as advertised.  Probably was indeed the classic "Windows 7 thing."

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diedie2

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Useful, but it will still not replace spek that I'm using to check if song is fake mp3 or anything like that because it doesn't show numbers on any of the sides of the spectrum, so i can't guess where it goes above 16 kHz and 20khz.



I think it would be more readable/usefull if it showed a scale 2kHZ/4kHZ/.../20kHZ/22kHZ like Spek does. If you show values like 17226.56 and 20671.88, its normal you think its ugly.
Also using mm:ss as time-format, like Spek, would be nice (perhaps make it optional?)


Seekbar not working atm, but no big deal atm.

rene.cloosterman

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Hi, Will this also work for the portable version of musicbee? (it doesnt with mine ;-) )

Regards,
Rene

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Yes, it works just fine on my own portable version.  Can you be more specific about what exactly doesn't work/show up on yours?

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I have noticed a major bug with 1.7.4; if two files of the same type (e.g. MP3) and the same Title/Artist--but different bitrates/encoding parameters--are played, the same spectrogram produced for the first one played will not change for the second one, even though the actual graph should be obviously different (and displays so in Spek).

MusicBee 3.4.7601, Windows 10 v2004 64-bit, ffmpeg 4.3.1 64-bit.

FWIW in Properties/Details of mb_Spectrogram-Display.dll, the version still says "1.7.2" instead of 1.7.4, mod date is 3/20/2020.
Last Edit: October 25, 2020, 06:34:13 AM by sveakul