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Discussion in 'Improvement Suggestions' started by mr.duck, January 2, 2009.

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    Re : Better sound quality with WASAPI

    Hello,

    Any chance to get WASAPI support in Bass player for MP 1.2 ? :)



    That would really be great to have Bass setting the proper audio configuration (2.0; 5.1; 44.1KHz; 48KHz; 96Khz...) all by itself :)
     
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    Re: Re : Better sound quality with WASAPI

    Currently the audio is always resampled to 44.1KHz (at least it looks like based on the code). Not so nice if you play something else than CD sourced audio.

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    2. Bass.BASS_Init(soundDevice, 44100, BASSInit.BASS_DEVICE_DEFAULT | BASSInit.BASS_DEVICE_LATENCY, IntPtr.Zero)
     
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    Another support for WASAPI.
     
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    Re: Re : Better sound quality with WASAPI

    Thats pretty sucky... anyway for music playing I have resorted to quiting media portal and just using foobar with the wasapi plugin !
     
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    I am using foobar too for playing music with wasapi.

    Unfortunately the foobar plugin no longer seems to work with the recent MP versions.
     
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    A working plugin for Foobar would be nice, but XBMC is a good alternative it supports WASAPI for everything... (Music and Video)
     
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    I have tried xbmc in the past but didn't worked for me because i needed ASIO for my soundcard.
    But since i changed the soundcard i didn't think of using xbmc anymore.

    Now i don't need asio and do need wasapi, so i tried xbmc yesterday...

    up and running. :cool:
    Thanks for the tip.

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    And uhh, sorry MP. I will get back to tou when wasapi is there. Or when i buy me an asio soundcard again.
     
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    ASIO4ALL should be renamed "ASIO4SOME". Lots of Realtek sound chips don't work with it - especially in Windows 7.

    WASAPI "just works" and it sounds great. I would LOVE to see WASAPI added to Media Portal.
     
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