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  1. You may need to enable CUE Image files in Poweramp settings, as otherwise those (large unsplit files) are hidden and can't be resolved for a playlist.
  2. @Ghouless the equalization applied per the player apps. It should work for any output, but it may fail to work if the player specifically uses "hardware" decoding, when no audio is exposed on system level so there is nothing to equalize. This is rare and to date, no streaming players do that, but it may happen, for example, in stock player for specific formats (e.g. Samsung player + flac playback).
  3. @andrewilley unfortunately, parametric and graphic presets are very different. While it's possible (kind of) to load graphic preset as parametric (generating number of appropriate bands), it's not possible to load parametric preset into graphic mode. Dynamically switching between modes is possible and this is future feature for Equalizer. It's harder to do so for Poweramp player, so first iteration we go with the separate "static" modes.
  4. @Aller2TeaM right, those are already implemented in a few built in vis. presets and also available for 3rd party preset developers.
  5. @Aller2TeaM the popup can be dragged away by swipe, but I will try to adjust it as well. Not sure what is the "peak".
  6. Build 907: presets also can be imported by opening via file manager both Equalizer .pa-eq-preset and AutoEQ .txt files are supported AutoEQ graphic and parametric formats supported and imported to the graphic or parametric presets appropriately. Equalizer adds +6dB to AutoEQ graphic gains improved manual value entry for the frequency fixed issues as reported - thanks for the testing!
  7. @Ghouless 1. the app presets are kept as is. 2. importing .peq-settings fails in build 906
  8. @Thomas Magee this is Poweramp Equalizer app topic, not player, you may want to ask that in the appropriate thread here: https://forum.powerampapp.com/forum/18-poweramp-new-releases/
  9. @marcosh_ar I can't reproduce this issue - also there is no code which deletes presets on update, so may be they just invisible for some reason. If you have settings backup from previous version of the equalizer, I can try to reproduce it with your data (gpmaxmpz@gmail.com). Thanks!
  10. @andrewilley I guess support for auto ex fixed + parametric formats can be added quickly, but it won't be user friendly for this series of builds anyway, as autoeq text file should be separately found, downloaded, may be renamed and imported into Equalizer. There are plans to add AutoEq database directly to Equalizer.
  11. @marcosh_ar the graphic mode presets are still there, but they are not compatible with (thus, not visible in) the parametric mode and vice versa. Also sorting changed (previously user created presets could pop up on top, now all of the properly sorted by the name).
  12. @Romain1998 it’s possible, thanks for the request.
  13. @John Titor this is where it becomes complicated. First, Equalizer actually uses the user entered value for calculations, but it’s currently displays rounded value. Still, there is no 1-herz resolution anyway, as the resulting filter is Fast Fourier-based frequency domain filter, where you get set of frequencies to process (and thus minimal resolution) = sample rate/ window size in samples/ 2. Equalizer still approximates the resulting curve around the target frequency. Additionally, in the frequency domain, there are not exact frequencies, instead there are frequencies from 0.0 (DC) to 1.0 (sample rate). Due to all this math, scale conversion, and rounding you see the result you see. I'll try to keep the entered values as is though for the next builds for equalizer. For Poweramp player it will be a bit easier as it does equalization in time domain, thus exact frequency values are used.
  14. @mikprog thanks for the request, Android Auto doesn't allow utility non-media app like that, but may be some workaround is possible - I'll look into this shortly.
  15. https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.maxmpz.equalizer Changes: new Parametric Equalizer Mode available for Premium initially empty, bands added/removed/organized by user configurable parameters allow high level of sound customization with just a few bands band parameters: type Low Pass/High Pass - passes the signal starting from the defined frequency, resonant with higher Q factor Low Shelf/High Shelf - similar to Low Pass/High Pass with a flatter frequency response Band Pass - passes the signal around user defined frequency Peaking Band - narrower version of the Band Pass channels - applies band to the left, right, or both channels gain - the amplification of the band, may be negative frequency - the center/cutoff point of the band Q - bandwidth and the resulting frequency response curve for the band bands have user configurable background color for easier identification parametric presets are separate from the graphic ones parametric mode has Auto save always enabled, changes are auto saved to the currently selected preset <Default preset> (the implicit preset which is used when no preset selected) is visible in the preset list, but can\'t be deleted/renamed new Bands Overlap option two modes: Envelope (default) and Cascade Smooth Equalizer/Tone Gains option (enabled by default) limits overload for the overlapped bands presets now always have tone (Bass/Treble) stored in them built-in presets may also have tone values - usually at 0 few tone-only presets added new Poweramp WebADB tool works in Chrome browser on PC or on other Android phone open WebADB on the other usb connected PC/Android device to unlock ADB functionality on this device with the Equalizer installed knob values can be edited via long press preset sharing/import/export via long press in preset list Presets saved/loaded in JSON format presets also can be imported by opening via file manager both Equalizer .pa-eq-preset and AutoEQ .txt files are supported AutoEQ graphic and parametric formats supported and imported to the graphic or parametric presets appropriately. Equalizer adds +6dB to AutoEQ graphic gains new Rounded option for Equalizer Screen Spectrum spectrum (bars) visualizations are rendered in higher quality (screen resolution) support for spectrum bar peaks visualization new Settings Font option new option switchers in Settings improved player detection in the Advanced Player Tracking mode bug fixes and stability improvements translations updates, huge thanks to our Crowdin translators The parametric mode will be ported to Poweramp player. Supporting Equalizer by purchasing premium supports further Poweramp player development.
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    Poweramp Equalizer works on Android 9+ (Android 10+ recommended). Poweramp Equalizer is an advanced audio processing app based on Poweramp player with many features and options from the original app Equalizer Engine Poweramp-based equalizer configurable number of bands: fixed 5/8/10/12/15/16/24/31/32 or custom 5-32 with configurable start/end frequencies +/-15dB Parametric Equalizer Mode initially empty, bands added/removed/organized by user configurable parameters allow high level of sound customization with just a few bands band parameters: type Low Pass/High Pass - passes the signal starting from the defined frequency, resonant with higher Q factor Low Shelf/High Shelf - similar to Low Pass/High Pass with a flatter frequency response Band Pass - passes the signal around user defined frequency Peaking Band - narrower version of the Band Pass channels - applies band to the left, right, or both channels gain - the amplification of the band, may be negative frequency - the center/cutoff point of the band Q - bandwidth and the resulting frequency response curve for the band bands have user configurable background color for easier identification parametric presets are separate from the graphic ones parametric mode has Auto save always enabled, changes are auto saved to the currently selected preset <Default preset> (the implicit preset which is used when no preset selected) is visible in the preset list, but can\'t be deleted/renamed powerful Bass/Treble tone controls preamp built-in and user-defined presets presets can be assigned per specific device preset autosaving, exporting/importing, sharing limiter and compressor balance Poweramp DVC mode for the highest possible equalization range and non-DVC mode supported globally and per player app most 3rd party player/streaming apps supported In some cases, equalizer should be enabled in the player app settings Advanced Player Tracking - allows equalization for players that don't expose their audio session (such as Tidal, YouTube) and fixes issues for players with audio session bugs (such as YoutubeMusic), but requires ADB and notification permissions Some players still may fail to be detected (Oppo built-in player, players using Direct/Offload output) UI: Poweramp-based UI visualizations .milk presets and spectrums are supported Poweramp 3rd party preset packs are supported too configurable notifications Poweramp 3rd party skins are supported configurable Light and Dark skins included Utilities: auto-resume on headset/Bluetooth connection volume keys controlled resume/pause/track change Track change requires extra permission Known issues: on Samsungs, Hi-Res track playback (for example in Samsung Player) can't be detected, causing bands frequency shift YouTube Music is currently buggy with equalizer audio sessions, some workaround may be possible with "Don't play music videos" option
  17. @Asim some elements will be certainly supported, but only when final Android 12 release takes place. Unfortunately, Google always changes (sometimes, critically) things during dev, alpha, beta releases, making early changes to the app completely useless.
  18. Thanks for the reports. Probably, when phone is locked, android headset button handler or some other intermediate component runs on very low priority or otherwise throttled and player doesn’t get events in time to consider multiple clicks as double or triple. May be increasing double/triple click time window will help for these devices - will be added to the next beta.
  19. @Kreeep there is a proper downmix to stereo via ffmpeg.
  20. Recent Chromebook firmwares require additional steps to allow access to storages for the Android apps. See here: https://www.androidpolice.com/2021/02/24/chromebook-apps-external-sd-cards-storage/#:~:text=How to get Chromebook Android,SD card%2C as shown below.
  21. means android part of Audio is not working correctly or hacked Poweramp. In first case I would recommend changing between different types of Audio Output (OpenSL, Hi-Res, AAudio, Audiotrack) in Poweramp audio outputs.
  22. @flyingdutchman what is your Studio version? I can't get (easily) my Studio 4.1.2 to work with gradle 4.2.0.
  23. @crf450r420 please make the screenshot from Poweramp "Audio Info" (scrolled to down) - exactly when connected to the headunit/car. Also screenshot of Poweramp "Last Processed Commands" settings page right after the volume issue happens will be useful. Poweramp may temporarily change volume +/-1 level during the first 5 seconds after BT connection to detect if Bluetooth Absolute Volume is enabled or not. This is controlled by "No DVC for Bluetooth Absolute Volume" option and the option may be disabled - especially if you know for sure "Absolute Volume" is disabled in Android Developer options; or it's not disabled and DVC is off in Poweramp, so no need to detect that. Thanks!
  24. @Osiris you can’t cast how exactly? No chromecast button, no chromecasts in the list, chromecast is there but no sound, something else? Thanks!
  25. Thanks for the report. I will try to reproduce this shortly with the Sample skin + preset.
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