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Release Info / Qmod 18.6 released
« Last post by corb on December 03, 2018, 10:33:57 am »
Release Notes

===== 18.6 ====
- Changed the low+ section.
- Changed some default preset settings.
- Replaced the Density control with five separate band controls.
- Removed the visual panel. It wasn't very useful and took unnecessary processing time when in use.
- Fixed: A wrong mix value of band 1 which resulted in a -2dB lower output of band 1.
- Fixed: When the peakcontrol was enabled it gave a glitch.
- Fixed: A few GUI bugs.
- Fixed: A timing bug in the leveler release and a bug in the core.
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Qmod info / Qmod on Linux or Mac
« Last post by corb on October 26, 2018, 02:07:21 pm »
You can run Qmod also on Linux or Mac by using Wine.

I've tested Qmod 18.5 x64 on Linux Mint 19 (Ubuntu 18.04) and Wine 3.03 stable. I have no Mac available so testing isn't possible by me. Feel free to test it yourself. You'll find more info on: https://www.winehq.org/

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Release Info / Qmod 18.5 released
« Last post by corb on September 22, 2018, 10:27:18 am »
Release info

- Added: Buffer size up to 2048 samples.
- Added: A preset planner. Gives you the possibility to automatically set a preset for every hour or a range of hours.
- Added: Selection of the equalizer setup, pre or post processing
- Fixed: A wrong buffer could occur in some cases.
- Fixed: A misreading of the proper samplerate return value after reinitializing the audio card.
- Fixed: Solved a bug in the peak control which caused some harmonic distortion.
- Fixed: Some bugs in the preset selection.
- Fixed: A bug in the noise reduction.
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Release Info / Qmod 18.4 released
« Last post by corb on July 02, 2018, 02:16:53 pm »
Release info
- Changed: Stereo+ improved mono detection.
- Changed: Some GUI design changes.
- Changed: The values of stereo+ are in percent now. Old values are automatically recalculated except when your old value is 5 or 10, you'll need to change it yourself.
- Changed: Renamed the clipper section to peak control. It's more in line with what's really happening, controlling the peaks in the signal not clipping it.
- Changed: Make left and right mute work independant.
- Changed: Some changes in the correction algorithm of the balance control.
- Added: Display of the real output level as a blue line in the output vu
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Questions and Bugs / Re: Virtual Audio Cable
« Last post by corb on May 31, 2018, 07:27:17 pm »
Thanks for the update.
I've downloaded vac and gonna check it out and maybe put a hint in the manual.
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Questions and Bugs / Re: Virtual Audio Cable
« Last post by ainars on May 29, 2018, 03:56:30 pm »
Sorry, this is not working.
I think that key word is: [Invalid number of channels]
I have no idea how VAC works, but you can try trial version here:
http://software.muzychenko.net/eng/vac.htm
The same error [invalid Nr. of CH] I can get when set input to mic [mono] and output to speakers [stereo].
I have to use Virtual Audio Cable because this workstation runs multiple players / encoders.
I don't know other solution with 10+ virtual stereo channels.

[UPDATE]
Workaround was found: Set VAC cable format to exact bit depth and channel count.
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Questions and Bugs / Re: Virtual Audio Cable
« Last post by corb on May 28, 2018, 08:32:28 pm »
Ok, it seems the WASAPI setting doesn't work with virtual cables. Select MME and everything work fine.
Instead of Virtual Audio Cable I used Breakaway Pipeline but that shouldn't make any difference. The codebase looks the same.

Setup is:
Playout -> pipeline 1
Qmod input -> pipeline 1
Qmod output -> pipeline 2
Butt stream encoder pipeline 2
api: MME
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Questions and Bugs / Re: Virtual Audio Cable
« Last post by corb on May 27, 2018, 06:41:40 pm »
Hi Ainars, you're right connecting to a virtual cable isn't working. It will take some time to find out what the problem is.
However this is what I did to get a workaround:
Windows audio setup:
recording device -> pipeline 1
playback device -> pipeline 2

playout center:
playback -> pipeline1

streaming encoder (butt 0.1.15 in my case):
input -> pipeline 2

Qmod:
input device -> default
output device -> default
samplerate -> 44100
api -> WASAPI

Hope this helps.
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Questions and Bugs / Re: Virtual Audio Cable
« Last post by corb on May 25, 2018, 03:01:51 pm »
Hi Ainars,

I don't have the same setup here but have something similar with breakaway pipeline and did some tests.
I'm gonna see if I can have a setup like you have.

Cor
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Questions and Bugs / Virtual Audio Cable
« Last post by ainars on May 24, 2018, 03:04:31 pm »
Hello again,

New version (18.3) can't start processing. Last known working version - 17.9

Error Log:
2018/05/24 15:14:06 [Invalid number of channels]
2018/05/24 15:14:06 [audio card error >> please, check your audio card setup]
2018/05/24 15:14:08 [Invalid number of channels >> device: API=WASAPI inputdevice=Line 8 (Virtual Audio Cable)#80 outputdevice=Line 9 (Virtual Audio Cable)#71 samplerate=48000 framesize=256]

Can someone check if it is working.

My setup:
Player output = VAC Line 8.
Qmod input = VAC Line 8.
Qmod output = VAC Line 9.
Edcast (IceCast2 stream encoder) input = VAC Line 9.
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