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Release Info / Qmod 19.1 released
« Last post by corb on August 01, 2019, 09:15:19 am »
===== 19.1 ====
From now on all support for Windows XP is no longer garanteed.
Version 18.6-32bit still had Windows XP support but to keep up with the Go language development I've decided to drop the Windows XP support.
Qmod could be working fine on XP but I've no way to test it.

- New: New resizable main window.
- New: A separate tab for pre-processing with now stereo+, low+ and treble controls
- New: Extra crash report. When a crash happens a file named qmodstackerror.txt appears in the Errorlog folder in the executable directory.
- New: A release hold setting. Values are 100ms - 2s with a step of 50ms till 1sec and 100ms above 1sec.
- New: A symmetry max. setting. Values are 0 - 3dB with a step of 0.
- Changed: Replaced the fm peak control with a new version for better spectrum control.
- Fixed: Several bugs.

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.
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:

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.
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
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.
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:
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.

Workaround was found: Set VAC cable format to exact bit depth and channel count.
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
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

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

Hope this helps.
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.

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