Glad to help Richard. I've learned so much from you.
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Geek question - is there any way to get Foobar2000 to automatically change to a file's native sample/bitrate in Win7?
Yes, thanks, Carl. I was silently following along and the interface to the audio player was non-intuitive to say the least. Mine was complicated by having both a USB and FW interface to my Fireface UFX.
You need the USB interface to flash the firmware, but the FW interface shows up as a lower processor load in normal use. Of course, the FW interface doesn't say FW, just the name of the product with no suffix.
Probably RME's doing rather than Foobar, but for more than a few minutes, I thought that the name was apt, but in the end, the output device tracks the sample rate of the file that Foobar is playing.
I generally use this just for background music while I'm phussing with computers or something like that, so I'm not too attentive.
On 2015-11-06 17:32, Tom Fine wrote:
> Thanks for the help, Carl. Foobar is great software, but clearly
> written by geeks for geeks. The price is sure right, though!
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