Volume suddenly 100% when next track is played [#17705]

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MusicFanPeter
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Re: Volume suddenly 100% when next track is played [#17705]

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Thanks for the effort.
I really appreciate this and it encourages me to actively report bugs and wishes.
Dichisit
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Re: Volume suddenly 100% when next track is played

Post by Dichisit »

rusty wrote: Fri Mar 26, 2021 3:05 pm Thanks! We tested this internally with a dragonfly, but haven't been able to replicate this yet.

Does the issue occur with all 'hi-res' tracks or only those with specific characteristics? Can you share one with us?
If you play the same set of tracks with another player via WASAPI drivers, do you observe a similar issue?

Lastly, do you also observe this issue with MediaMonkey 4 (just wondering if it's a regression or a long-standing bug)?

Thanks!

-Rusty
I would like to add the following similar issues with WASAPI output on MM5 (MM4 works fine). Windows 10, AudioQuest DragonFly, FLAC files.

WASAPI  <Exclusive Mode Off> / < Smooth Stop Off> :
1)Sometimes playback will stop when <Next File> is pressed (Play Shuffled On)

WASAPI <Exclusive Mode On> / <Automatic choice of format per track> / Playing list contains files of various sampling rates (e.g. 44100 and 96000) :
1) Pressing <Stop> and <Play> will result in volume being set to max
2) When the <Next File> sampling rate doesn't match the one currently playing, the volume is set to max when next file starts playing (Play Shuffled On)
                 
WASAPI <Exclusive Mode On> / <Use format of original track> / Playing list contains files of various sampling rates (e.g. 44100 and 96000) :

1) All the above issues +
2) When the <Next File> sampling rate is lower than currently playing one [e.g. from 96000 to 44100] you get loud hiss and crackling in playback when the next file starts playing (Play Shuffled On)
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