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Title: Wrong Input in AIMP
Post by: djsolidsnake86 on April 01, 2019, 21:05:10
Hi, i have set in my win 10 audio output 16 bit / 44.1khz
i play in aimp mp3 files 16 bit / 44.1khz but in aimp the input result always 32 bit float, and the output with wasapi is always 32 bit (impossible select 16)
i think it's a bug of audio decoder of aimp, let me know
Title: Re: Wrong Input in AIMP
Post by: Artem on April 01, 2019, 21:17:29
No, AIMP uses high quality 32-bit MP3 decoder. WASAPI (Shared) settings depends from system defaults, you cannot change them from player
Title: Re: Wrong Input in AIMP
Post by: djsolidsnake86 on April 02, 2019, 13:06:14
No, AIMP uses high quality 32-bit MP3 decoder. WASAPI (Shared) settings depends from system defaults, you cannot change them from player
The fact is that in windows settings i have set 16 bit / 44.1
so it's not possible match the exact bit in aimp and bypass aimp decoder?
the input i think must be the same of the file than can change from file to file
Title: Re: Wrong Input in AIMP
Post by: Soolo on April 02, 2019, 13:15:08
the input i think must be the same of the file than can change from file to file
no, it should not be
aimp decode with 32 bit float - this is the best solution
wasapi use 32 bit - this restriction by Microsoft