FoobarSync is an command line driven VBscript which will synchonize parts from your foobar2000 Medialibrary and Playlists to one or more targets in a very flexible way.
Lets say you have a USB-Stick for your car entertainment system plus an Android device. Sure you want to have some music in your car and on your Android. But your car only accepts MP3 and needs a special folder-layout while your Android device plays many formats, but you want to save space and therefore want lower bitrates. And at least you want to have different albums and playlists in your car then on your Android. FoobarSync will help you to meet those demands plus more.
FoobarSync will get a subset of items from your Medialibrary AND your playlists, defined by a search-query and other rules. The selected items can be defined per target (one configuration file per target). This configuration file is stored in the root folder of the target. When synchronizing each item is checked against the defined rule sets and then a) copied to the target or b) converted to the target. If your subset (choosen items) in foobar2000 changes, these changes will get synchonized as soon as you rerun FoobarSync.
This PCM postprocessor component, currently utilized by the CDDA, WAV, FLAC, and WavPack inputs, will process 16-bit PCM data with HDCD packets into 20-bit PCM. If it fails to find any packet headers within the first 5 seconds of a track, it gives up.
The HDCD status will be indicated in the info variable “hdcd,” retrievable with either %__hdcd% or $info(hdcd). Extra info variables are “hdcd_peak_extend,” “hdcd_transient_filter” and “hdcd_gain.”
Also included is a simple scanner that processes up to 5 seconds of each track selected and reports all tracks which contain HDCD information. If users want it, I will impement a full file scanner that also reports which HDCD features are used throughout the tracks.
Those FLACs should still contain HDCD information, and the %__hdcd% info tag should be showing as much in the status bar. (Or in the playlist, if you have a playlist view that updates with dynamic metadata.)
This component allows playing local video files in foobar2000 using libmpv. It is not a foobar decoder, it will just play the video for files that foobar is already playing via other input components. You may need to install other decoders or foo_input_ffmpeg to play certain files.
Video player can be a default UI element, columns UI panel or a separate window
On-screen control on the video
Generates video thumbnails as album art, with optional manual thumbnail chooser
Video panels can act as an album art viewer when no video is present to avoid wasting space
Reads mpv.conf and input.conf
Provides some interfaces for integrating mpv Lua scripts with foobar2000
foo-RT – A PGGB-RT foobar2000 (Windows) component up samples or down samples your audio tracks in near real-time fashion using insanely long linear filters. We are able to do this by using hardware acceleration PGGB-RT SDK. We say ‘near real-time’ because remastering using insanely long filters require a finite time. Depending on the length of your track and the filter length (in millions of taps) you choose, the very first track will take anywhere from a few seconds to a few ten seconds to start. The subsequent tracks would play in a gap-less fashion