View Single Post
Old 3rd June 2015, 20:55   #16
Tohno_Neil
Senior Member
 
Tohno_Neil's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2013
Posts: 128
Quote:
Originally Posted by Aminifu View Post
I agree that you don't want Winamp and Windows to both resample the same thing. Since you hear a difference when upsampling, then you need to manually set both Winamp and Windows to match the original files as closely as possible (e.g. original file is 16 bit, 44100 Hz, then disable Winamp's 24 bit output and set Windows to 16 bit, 44100 Hz or if original file is 24 bit, 48000 Hz, then enable Winamp's 24 bit output and set Windows to 24 bit, 48000 Hz.) Windows will not resample the bit depth or the sample frequency when they are set to match the original file's values and Winamp outputs them correctly.
As I said:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tohno_Neil View Post
Those operations is so verbose!
I am too busy to do this.

Where is the problem?

Why winamp can't do this: Palyback same as the original file really are!
Need for some better solution.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Aminifu View Post
To reduce the need to keep changing the setups, group the files with the same values together (with playlists). This is the best you can do, for now.
I'd like classify my music data file by music style,and I will remember its position.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Aminifu View Post
If you're looking for a bit-perfect reproduction of the original file, then you should probably disable Replay Gain and the Winamp equalizer.
Just like report say,I always use the cue player Plug-in,and I also have some .flac file (separated,include replay gain tag),when I set pre-amp to 0,and the Winamp equalizer to "flat",there is no different from Original file.

http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?t=369733

Replay gain just affect on the separated files(.flac/.mp3/.m4v),and they must include replay gain tags.
Tohno_Neil is offline   Reply With Quote