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  1. I was wondering when power amp is going to add high res flac support for the Samsung galaxy s8 as it has high res playback
  2. Fairly new Poweramp user here, but I'm loving it so far. I have a question about the extent to which Poweramp supports the various functions of cue files. I haven't noticed any issues with TRACK, FILE, or INDEX, but I don't know if Poweramp supports some of the more obscure functions. Does Poweramp process cd subcode included in a cue file, like FLAGS PRE? I have a number of cds that I've ripped to flac/cue format that include things like pre-emphasis and level adjustment, and I want to know if Poweramp properly executes cd subcode, or if I need to find a different method for listening to certain recordings on-the-go. I hope this hasn't been asked/answered before; I did some searching but I only found a few posts related to syntax, but nothing specifically related to depth of support of cue commands.
  3. FLAC File supports multi genre itself. When I save Multi genre with mp3tag and it works well with foobar2000, but Poweramp only gets the first genre I hope Poweramp will support FLAC Multi genre itself.
  4. Just bought PA specifically to play flac files but it will only play about 50%. These failed flacs will play perfectly on my desktop using VLC player. What's up with this? Need to return it if there's not a fix. How do I do that?
  5. I've found a few posts on here complaining about Poweramp's problems playing FLAC files. None of the posts have replies and the problem appears to be ignored. Does the developer think the problem will just go away if they don't address it? I also can not play FLAC files that ALL work fine in ALL of the other music players I have tried. Even the FREE music players. I've paid for Poweramp and I want to use it as advertised. And it is advertised as playing FLAC.
  6. Some flac folders are already separated into tracks but still contain .cue files. When parsed, they split into two album folders, usually one containing just one or two tracks with one of them truncated. So, would it be possible to select which folders to parse, instead of all of them or none? I would like to keep the .cue files for these folders. Thanks! Poweramp rocks!
  7. Hi! Now I have the following issue: when I add album to my SD-card it is incorrectly indexed by Poweramp media library. Poweramp doesn't split file into tracks but treat it as a one single big track. Therefore the question is: does it Poweramp bug or simply CUE-file is incorrectly has incorrect markup? Here is this CUE
  8. Poweramp has been phenomenal, except for one fatal issue. It seems to have serious trouble with my FLAC files. Some of my albums are out of order no matter what I do. The tags are correct, but the library view refuses to arrange them correctly. There are random duplicate tracks in some of my albums, but they don't play and they're usually listed as (incorrectly) being just a couple of seconds long. Sometimes when I delete these duplicate tracks the track order becomes correct, but not in every instance. What's even more strange is that when I look at the albums in folder view, they'll be in the right order, but random tracks will be missing. I have absolutely no idea what the problem is, but I guess I might have to switch to another player if I can't figure out how to resolve this. Has anyone else had similar issues, or know what might be causing these issues with track order?
  9. With disk and other storage space plentiful and cheap, I decided to switch to a lossless audio format for all of my future ripping and downloads, and picked FLAC. (You're welcome to knock my choice if you want, but that's not the reason for this note.) Background info: I'm ripping CDs on a Win 7 machine and uploading to a Samsung Galaxy S3 (for now; the point is to have a file format that I can keep around for years and be able to play on just about any machine, now and in future). The Galaxy S3 is the Poweramp machine that's giving me trouble. I'm running V2.0.9, build 534, in paid mode. I downloaded dBpoweramp to create the FLAC files, ripped a Vivaldi CD, and uploaded to the S3. Poweramp refused to recognize the album or tracks, even though it has no trouble recognizing MP3 albums and displaying them in its library as soon as I transfer them. However, when I located the files in a file browser on the S3 and clicked on a track, the file browser offered to let me open the track in Poweramp (and five other players, of course) so I did, and Poweramp played the track just fine. Also, when I clicked on the Poweramp menu and then on Info/Tags, Poweramp displayed full metadata including the album name that it refuses to bring into its library even after multiple scans and full rescans. After some experimenting around, I discovered that I could get Poweramp to bring my FLAC album into its library list by going to the Android application manager, deleting ALL of Poweramp's data, and re-building my library listing (not the audio files) from scratch. (No, Poweramp's re-scan did NOT work.) You might think that, with one FLAC album now in my library, I wouldn't have the same trouble bringing in another one, but No, a second album didn't incorporate into the library until I did the Android application-lobotomy trick again. So, I can now build and use a library of FLAC albums but only at the cost of re-setting all of my options by hand after every addition. Yucko. One last thing to note: I use the Windows file browser to drag-n-drop the album (directory) from the PC to the S3. When I transfer the MP3 album, it just goes, but when I transfer the FLAC album, it asks me if I want to convert all of the files since my phone won't play FLAC files. (Well, it wouldn't if I didn't have Poweramp, but the transfer facility is kind of dumb.) So I say No, Don't Convert and it (presumably) transfers all of the files intact. The Poweramp metadata display confirms that they're FLACs, but if the transfer facility is also doing something to set the album up for cataloguing, it would be happening for the MP3s but not for the FLACs. So - Have I discovered a bug, or did I overlook some simple setting that would let those FLAC albums slither into my library without getting hung up? Is anyone else out there using FLAC files with a Galaxy S3, with or without trouble? Suggestions appreciated. Thanks! -- Glimmersdad
  10. Hi guys I am looking for an Android musicplayer that will play .flac. Apparently Poweramp will do this, but not in my case. I have a Samsung S4 mini. I can find the .flac albums on my SD card but the player will not show them. I've scanned several times etc. Thanks for your help Jona
  11. I just copied a FLAC file to the external SD card of my phone, into the folder "Music". Several other folders within "Music" are detected perfectly by Poweramp, but the new file does not show up, even after performing a complete rescan. So I tried to copy it into a subfolder, still no luck. Even when I copy another OGG file to this subfolder, it is not shown. I am unable to find the FLAC file, both in library or folder view. And now it gets strange: If I choose to play the file from another app (e.g. my file manager) with Poweramp, it plays the FLAC file and even displays the correct name and cover image in the notification bar. But when I click on this, I see the cover of the _previously_ played album, the name of the _previously_ played track, but the time progress bar from the _current_ song. My device is a Samsung Galaxy S2 with Cyanogenmod 10.1.3 (Android 4.2.2). I tested it with the current Poweramp 2.0.9 (Build 541).
  12. How should I organize my music using Poweramp for Android? I have a music collection in FLAC that I'd like to put on my phone (Samsung Galaxy S3). I would like convert the format to either .wma or .mp3. But how should I organize the folders and files? And should I include a CUE or m3u files? I tried putting the flac to my external SD card. And I have the music organized in folders like this... The Beatles / The Beatles - Rubber Soul - (1965) / 01 - Song Name.mp3(or .flac) Inside the "The Beatles - Rubber Soul - (1965)" folder (which contains the songs) what tags need to be in there? Currently everything is showing up as Unknown Artist. Also if I'm going to convert my FLAC's to mp3 and go through all this I'd want to have this organization and tagging work in any mp3 player.
  13. Hello, Everyone, I have downloaded a trial version of Power Amp Music Player, and it worked fine. However, I have not yet worked out how to play FLAC files on my Sony Ericsson Xperia ST18i. I have created FLAC files by ripping tracks from a CD using Exact Audio Copy. I then transferred these files to Media Go. However, when I transfer from Media Go to my phones memory card, I have only been able to play them as mp3 files or AAC files. Can anyone advise whether it is possible to play FLAC files on this type of Sony Ericsson phone? Or on any other Sony Xperia phone? I understand that the Samsung Galaxy phone can play these files. Please advise. Many thanks in advance. Rich.
  14. Hi, I'd like to see support for 192 kHz flac or wavpack files. while quality wise theres not really the need for it on a non highend system, the purpose is mainly a matter of convenience, as you would not have to resample & dither down your 192 kHz music files any more before being able to listen to those via your smartphone. really saves quite a bit of time and hassle, you could simply copy everything over. thanks, Thunderbolt
  15. Hi, I have a problem with read lyrics from flac. I'm using Mp3tag Editor and field "UNSYNCEDLYRICS". What is wrong? Dominik