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  1. That is also the reason I have the folder with the (artist name - album name) inside the dedicated artist folder, that looks kinda strange I know But I kind of keep jumping back and forth between the folder hierarchy and the "one root folder with all the album folders" all folders mode because of that... Little thing that picks on me more than it should indeed, but that sounds like a decent feature for other users as well
  2. Hi, that's a thing I didn't needed that much in the past but since I started using folder hierarchy, it's bothering me quite a bit It's basically, some kind of memory for the list view mode on the last level of said folders, the actual music ones. I like to use the list view mode as on the first picture when on folders to have a clear view of the album art, but once I pick what album I'll be listening to, I would like more to see the track names, so something like on the second picture. But seems like Poweramp uses just one list mode for all the folders in hierarchy style. When you just have folders separately named and see on the all folders options this memory kind of works and you can have one list view style for the root folder (with all the others on it showing the big nice album art) and when you get into the folder you want you can have the smaller album art but longer text style for the audio files itself. Why wouldn't this work on folder hierarchy? Different levels of folders would confuse it maybe? Once you change the style in any of the screens the whole folder hierarchy mode becomes as the selected list style (it was all like the first picture, then I got into a folder and changed, now everything looks like the second picture)
  3. Thanks for sending the screens, it actually helped me to decide and I bought it. It really does look as cool as I was expecting and I don't really use the bugged buttons (at least not a lot) so switched them off. Cool stuff @Ducktamine The dark themes are amazing with the available accent colors as well, but since I'm on an IPS screen the white is it's strong point XD
  4. I actually like this at the point I'm willing to get it even bugged, if isn't a problem could you please share a screenshot of the main player screen, how it is with the skin right now? Would be nice if it's two pictures, one with the buttons enabled and one with them off My phone has a really long screen so my main concern now is the larger gap that appears below between the seekbar and audio info...
  5. So, is this still happening on the most recent Poweramp version until now? Build 844... I kinda want to get this but that bug would make me uncomfortable all the time, lol
  6. I actually did it by clicking on max profile and going on the mail icon, my bad I didn't thought it would made much difference I'll send it properly later, lol
  7. Hi @maxmp, Sorry for poking you but I actually sent a link with a few test tracks some days ago for you to see about that length behavior, I sent it through this site (by clicking on your username and on the mail icon that exists on your profile homepage) Just confirming if you got it since I haven't seen any talk about that...
  8. For now I've re-encoded the files as flac and the thing with the length time is gone, so I'll probably stay with this for a while longer (I prefer Tak over flac for some files as it has better compression, a few megabytes here and there group up to form almost a gigabyte after a certain point) and wavpack to compress DSD and 32bit files. Is something wrong with my encoder? I use foobar2k with the command line version of Tak 2.3.0 and wavpack 5.1.0 to do those files and this only seems to happen on Poweramp... I noticed that this seems to happen only with hi-res files, the CD quality ones seems to be unaffected. I'll make some and upload somewhere so you can check it, but this will probably take some days since my upload rates are abysmally low so I'll wait until I go to somewhere with better connection speeds
  9. Just noticed something with the album art, after this update for some reason all my files that had embedded cue sheet, although it shows album art on the now playing and on the music list, on the folders list they don't show any picture. I've seen it earlier but thought I would just need to select some pictures again but apparently nothing I try to do solve it. The files affected are single files that has embedded cue sheet on them, they're on my music folder inside any subfolder, as they have their own structure. But I too noticed some non cue split files on folders that has this same behavior The folder list just doesn't show some pictures anymore. Here's two sample pictures. [Edit] There's also a thing where some songs show incorrect length info, I don't know why but that is a persistent problem for me with wavpack files that has DSD streams or files with cue sheet. That doesn't really do any harm but yeah it still happens... It's possible to see it ok de first picture on last music. It definitely doesn't has 33min as even the 3 music's together wouldn't reach that.
  10. LG G7 on Stock 8.0.0 ROM, I too am having the problem that as soon as I hit the volume button the app crash, 100% of the times...
  11. It probably has some kind of replay Gain or other kind of pre amp speficially for DSD maybe. I do have a few albums that has replay Gain info and on my PC, they play with same loudness as others on aimp but on foobar I need to turn on the replay Gain for everything, which actually reduces the volume of other things a little and boost the ones that need until they match. On Poweramp they actually play fine as well, I think I have replay Gain by album activated. I indeed never had problems with visualizations since the 64bit builds started, and I don't remember seeing people talking about this. I use just the HD slider, but even with crop aspect nothing changes on performance. Sometimes I go through visualizations when I'm bored and never had problems with any, so I probably can't help with that. Maybe doing a clean install of your Poweramp? Or deactivating any kind of battery treatment for Poweramp (depending of the device it can kill the Poweramp process or slow it down to save battery and so on)? You probably should poke Andre or Max for this one
  12. That's normal, there's a lot of DSD files and even PCM formats when it's on rates like 192k and up that are like this. I don't think I can explain but yeah it happens. To level the volume you probably should try using that thing called Replay Gain (or RG for short). I'm not sure of the proceedings since I don't use it but I know programs like foobar2000 and aimp for PC has a replay gain feature that scans and apply the tag for it. The visualizations has some settings, maybe try the strict rendering option, or trying switching the crop aspect. There's the HD switch as well that you can try activating and deactivating for testing. I never had problems with the visualizations on 64bit builds so I'm saying just some things to try and see if something changes.
  13. Hey, it's me again! This time I'm with what might be a real bug But the thing is, that's actually a very cool bug, lol Just play a music, select a visualization and keep the visualization option on "Fade Controls", now just wait for the controls and album art to fade and click on where the album art would be. Now you'll have a list with a dynamic background. Although that's a bug, it's actually very interesting, lol. For me this just happens on the first level tho, if I go back one folder by swiping left or right, it goes back to the normal behavior. LG G7, Stock LG UI ROM, Android 8.0.0, No root nor any modifications. Poweramp V3 build 839
  14. The other thing I've noticed is actually for a long time already, not exclusive to this build but since Poweramp got support for wavepack5. It's just a strange behavior with the music length, it doesn't affect anything with the exception of that feature that remembers where you stopped on a long file, used for podcasts. So, for example, the audio time is 4m09s, but if you skipped to another track on the 1m mark, when you get back it will start from where you stopped. Even tho this feature is settled for 30min+ files for me. But other than this and the weird time stamp, everything play and work fine. Oh also, this just happens on the music library, when you play the file, the now playing screen shows it correctly and seems to happen at random. Happens more time than not and it seems to pick a specific file to do this... I have other wavpack files that never happened and others that on each build they cycle between happening or not. Already tried changing the name and tags, re encoding them, changing the source file and even the encoder, it simply doesn't change at all. The files in which this is most likely to happen is wavpack files with DSD streams on it.
  15. Yo, almost everything seems to be working fine so far, and the equalizer/tone values are very helpful now, I'll redo my equalizer settings later to get more precision But there's two things I noticed that seems weird. One is, when you click on the equalizer button, from the bottom navbar, the animation is fine but when you go back to the now playing screen, from the equalizer screen, the transition is very sharp The blurred background simply pops in without any animation at all as soon as you click the button to go back, but the rest of the UI do the animation. It didn't happened on previous builds. This is 100% reproducible as it always happen. Video included. It's not a player breaking feature, but maybe it weren't supposed to act this way? I mean, the older builds the blurred background had a fade in animation as well... I'll say the other one on another post to not make this yet longer LG G7, Stock LG UI ROM, Android 8.0.0, Poweramp V3 build 839
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