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Old 21st July 2011, 10:44 AM   #251
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Hello Npetralias
After 3 days of trial
This player is the best i have heared untill now
Easy flowing smooth music Relaxed and all details(highs) are there
Some remarks
1/Pureplayer will not play every file of my database
It is not wav,flac,mp3,16/44 or 24/96 related Some files it will not play
After removing cue-files,covers,txt-files and scans it still wont work
Shutting down pureplayer and starting it up again will sometimes work but not always
After conversion to wav it will process files one by one but keeps on jumping to the next file untill the list is done and processing stops
2/I will have to use a separate PC, only for playback, because i really need to shut down virtual memory and all other applications like internet and firewall to get the real good quality sound This is not practical for a general purpose PC
3/ Loading up and converting the files goes relatively quick when everything is working fine So i see no problem with this feature because it is also needed to get good sound
Conclusion/ When i have quality audio time I will use this player but for practical every day use i will jump back to Foobar2000
But please dont give up Keep up the good work I think this is the best freeplayer available
Many thanks for sharing
Enjoy
Chips666
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Old 21st July 2011, 10:52 AM   #252
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@ otto88: http://www.purediy.gr/downloads/pureplayer.zip
@ chips666: Maybe some special characters on the filename? Thanks!
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Old 21st July 2011, 11:43 AM   #253
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chips: investigate dual booting.

It is really easy now to make a second boot partition which is totally minimalist.

'Saves on duplicated hardware.
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Old 21st July 2011, 01:56 PM   #254
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@npetralias I cleaned-up music database from trash meaning art,covers,txt,cue
and i check for any remaing trash before i load a dir
Filenames appear normal No special characters
2.7.1 keeps on skipping 50% of my music files All work with Foobar

@cliffforrest Dual booting Do you mean seperate harddisk partition for music
data
I use a seperate harddisk to store all music data

Enjoy
Chips666
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Old 21st July 2011, 02:31 PM   #255
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Hello
Its national holiday here in Belgium and the weather is bad so i can play music all day
Just found out that the c-drive conversed wave files without Wasapi plug-in
dont skip in version 2.7.1
Still i cannot get some music files to play with 2.7.1 and they do with Foobar

@mentiung After cleaning up the registry all became normal What did you do?

Greetings
Enjoy
Chips666
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Old 21st July 2011, 02:33 PM   #256
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no. Google "dual booting."

Assuming you are using Windows (XP/Vista/W7) it is possible to have 2 or more bootable partitions (can be on the same or different hard drives, or even a memory stick.)

At boot time there is a menu choice to boot OS1, OS2, etc. A typical use is to have both XP and W7 available on the same PC.

Here is an easy example:

Dual Boot Windows 7 with XP/Vista in three easy steps - TechSpot Guides

Cliff
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Old 21st July 2011, 03:04 PM   #257
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Hello
Thanks cliffforrest I understand now
I have already XP together with Jolicloud on a PC Did not know the term dual booting
On my music laptop i use W7
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Chips666
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Old 25th July 2011, 10:25 AM   #258
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@chips666, like npetralias said.
I placed the pureplayer folder on the root drive.( mine is C:\pureplayer )
just like that.

@npetralias, could you add shuffle or random play ?
coz sometimes we like random playing.

Thank a lots
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Old 26th July 2011, 05:56 PM   #259
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Default WASAPI not working

I have a uDac-2 which works well in Foobar, playing 24-bit 96k in dedicated mode. When I try to play a .flac file using Wasapi I get an error message about unsupported mode (your player doesn't think my device supports dedicated mode - it's wrong!). All my Windows sound settings are correct.
Any ideas?
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Old 27th July 2011, 11:23 PM   #260
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@npetralias, just installed ur pureplayer with no problem at all and now am enjoying it thanks heaps!!! .i'll update u on this regard from time to time on whatever problem/s i may encounter along the way, your great effort on this endeavor is highly appreciated and more power to you...
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