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- Sun Nov 29, 2015 3:03 am
- Forum: Max
- Topic: Cannot select quality of any Core Audio output format
- Replies: 5
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I can confirm this is a bug but as of yet I'm not sure what is causing it. Apparently parts of Core Audio changed in OS X 10.11 without accompanying documentation for developers.
One way around this is to hold the option key- this will let you stop the player instead of pausing it. I chose to keep hog mode when playback is paused so another app wouldn't be able to "steal" hog mode and prevent resumption.
That's a good question without a good answer. Mac OS X reserves the use of those buttons, so the only way to use them is to intercept the events system-wide. This isn't something I wanted to do from a usability standpoint.mitry wrote:When standart Mac audio buttons will works in Decibel?
- Sun Nov 29, 2015 2:48 am
- Forum: Decibel
- Topic: Corrupted Playlist causing crash
- Replies: 1
- Views: 976
Thanks for this. I occasionally see crashes reading MP4 files but I haven't found one that reliably crashes, so I've yet to discover the root cause.
Logging saves various descriptions of things that the app is doing internally to a file. The level of logging determines how much information is written.
If you purchased Decibel through the Mac App Store the direct download version of Decibel should recognize your app store receipt. However, Apple recently switched their Mac App Store signing certificate. This change precipitated these problems because of a previously undiscovered bug in Decibel's r...
- Tue Nov 24, 2015 12:22 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Decibel on an older Mac running OS 10.5.8
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1827
The minimum version of Mac OS X required for Decibel 1.0 is 10.6. I don't remember offhand which version made the jump to 10.7. All previous versions are available from http://files.sbooth.org/archive/ if you'd like to try them.
I've posted a beta version that fixes the issue: https://twitter.com/feistydog/status/668767752816054272
Unfortunately getting Decibel to work on PPC machines isn't really practical. Decibel makes use of many APIs that are not available in Mac OS X versions prior to 10.7 and I would essentially be maintaining two versions of the app. As to the difference between a watch folder and the library, a watch ...
- Sat Jan 31, 2015 11:31 pm
- Forum: Max Help
- Topic: converted files now named "01 Unknown Track" "02 Unknown...
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1540
Max's preference file is in ~/Library/Preferences/org.sbooth.Max.plist . The situation you describe is very odd- do the files end up with the proper tags and incorrect names, or are they missing tags as well?