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  1. When downloading music from the bandcamp service, the lyrics are stored in the "unsyncedlyrics" tag for all formats. Poweramp normally displays the text for "mp3" and "m4a" files, but when trying to view the text for "flac", the player opens the browser with a search for the song name Here is an example file: https://disk.yandex.com/d/l0m6ETIxyQu20g Poweramp build 911, Galaxy A10, Android 10
  2. 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
  3. Hi I finally got the Android Pie update on my Galaxy Note 8. Then I noticed, that the volume of some or most of the tracks is suddenly too low. I'm not quite sure if this goes for all the tracks or only the flac's (at least 50% of my albums are in lossless quality). I didn't have the time to test enough until now. I learned so far, that this has something to do with Samsung took over audio volume processing or something... Could anybody please inform me, what's the cause of this? Will Poweramp fix this? Can I change certain settings in Android Settings or Poweramp Settings to at least have louder volume again on flac's? I'm no sound expert, so help would be much appreciated! I tried to disable DVC and the sound got a bit louder, but I'm not sure if this is really the solution?!
  4. Hello everyone. I've purchased Poweramp awhile back and have used it with no issues on my Galaxy S9 along with my Tempotec Sonata HD Pro DAC capable of 384kHz/32bit output. On the S9 it would default to 192khz/24bit output with the Audiotrack output selected in the audio settings. I've purchased a new phone (Xiaomi Poco X3) running MIUI 12.0.2 Android Q. Upon installing Poweramp (v3, b884), the output of the USB DAC is limited to 48kHz/16bit on both OpenSL and Audiotrack. I could alter the sampling rate by enabling Hi-res output, but that introduces a lot of latency. On the S9 with Audiotrack output selected, the sampling rate was 192kHz with low latency of around 80ms compared to the Xiaomi hi-res output having 200ms with 96kHz selected. My questions are: 1) What could be causing this issue? My guess is the stock player interferes with Poweramp's direct access to USB audio. 2) Is there a difference in altering the sampling rate on Hi-res output vs allowing the native sampling rate of the device (192kHz/24bit) to be utilized when Audiotrack output is used? Thanks and hope you could help me out. Attached are screenshots of the issue in question. https://i.imgur.com/ctVfnEn.jpg
  5. Есть альбом во флаке, рядом лежит куе, тегов кроме года и жанра нет, но один трек отображается у отдельного дубля исполнителя с тем же названием альбома. Пробовал пересканивать, переустанавливать плеер, не помогает. Версия 860. Появилось около 2-3 месяцев назад
  6. Is it possible to have a feature with witch we can see complete audio spectrum of a file in player like one we can see using spek?, Will be a unique feature. An option of this in info tab would be grt.
  7. On my .CUE-based FLAC albums, Poweramp skips the last few seconds of each track. Phone: Samsung Galaxy Note9 Android: v8.1.0 Powerbamp build: v3-build-820-play (Full Version)
  8. I have Poweramp v3 Build 823 and when I play flac files a few seconds after the screen get locked the player pause the music. Only with flac files, wma, mp3 or mp4 work correcrly
  9. Some files(.flac) which are playing other music players are not playing in PA. What can I do?
  10. Hi. I have been using Poweramp for little over 5 years now. Ever since I changed my ways and upgrades to lossless music I use FLAC as my main audio source. I did not bother checking before but now I noticed that the decoding Powerapk uses is 16bit at 48Khz. Is there a way to get 24 bit support because I don't see one if there is such option avaible already. Thank you.
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