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foobar2000 0.9.5 beta 9
jarsonic
post Oct 20 2007, 14:49
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foobar20000 0.9.5 beta 9 has been released.

Download foobar2000 0.9.5 beta 9

Changelog

Known issues / issues fixed in beta 9
Feature proposals


Highlights


New Default User Interface

The new Default User Interface allows complex layout using building blocks that are called UI Elements. The Default User Interface puts a focus on instant usability and easy configuration; it deliberately does not offer total visual customization and reduces the use of title formatting. The Quick Appearance Setup window lets users choose from a set of predefined layouts, color schemes, and playlist configurations. The layout editing mode and scratchboxes allow in-place configuration of the layout with Copy & Paste functionality. The current configuration can be exported as a theme for archiving or transfer to another foobar2000 installation.





The following UI Elements are included by default:
  • Containers: horizontal and vertical Splitter, Tabs, Playlist Tabs, Toolbar Header
  • Media Library Viewers: Album List
  • Playlist Renderers: Playlist View
  • Selection Properties: Album Art Viewer, Selection Properties
  • Utility: Console, Equalizer, Playlist Manager
Containers

Containers provide the ability to structure the main window layout. Splitters arrange two elements horizontally or vertically. Tabs allow switching between multiple elements. The Playlist Tabs element displays a tab for each playlist and hosts a single element which is normally a playlist view. The Toolbar Header element allows to position a toolbar area above or below another element.



Quick Appearance Setup

The Quick Appearance Setup window can be opened from the main menu (View > Layout > Quick Setup) or from the Default User Interface preferences page (Quick Setup button in the Theme Management section).



Spectrum (UI Element)

The Spectrum element displays a spectrogram visualisation. By default it uses global theme colors, but it can also be configured to use custom colors.



Toolbar Header (UI Element)

The Toolbar Header element is a container that hosts a single element and displays a toolbar area with one or more toolbars above or below it.



File Operations (Component)

The File Operations component is used to rename, copy and move files according to specified schemes. Those schemes can be saved as presets and are accessible from the context menu. This component replaces the corresponding features of the deprecated Masstagger component.



Improved File Properties Dialog

The improved Properties Dialog now integrates tagging-features which previously were part of the Masstagger.

For a full overview of what's new, see the release notes page.


Upgrade from previous versions


These upgrade notes extend the general upgrade notes from the FAQ.

You can install foobar2000 0.9.5 on top of an existing foobar2000 0.9.x installation.

Component compatibility

foobar2000 0.9.5 is compatible with most components made for older 0.9.x versions of foobar2000 with the following exceptions:
  • It is not recommended to mix official component DLLs from 0.9.5 with those from earlier versions due to inter-component dependencies in the new version.
  • foo_pqview (Playback Queue Viewer): The new version will not load foo_common as it contains a prototype for global appearance configuration that is unused but could confuse users. Users of foo_pqview should upgrade to a 0.9.5 compatible version.
  • foo_utils (Utilities): The Copy & Paste functions from foo_utils have been integrated into the core. Users of foo_utils should either upgrade to a 0.9.5 compatible version or remove the component if they do not require the component's additional functions.
Updated versions of foo_pqview and foo_utils are available from here.

Configuration, media library, and playlists

The media library and existing playlists are unaffected by upgrading to 0.9.5. The configuration should be unaffected except for Default User Interface settings and certain keyboard shortcuts.

Default User Interface and Title Formatting

The title formatting strings previously located on the Display > Title Formatting can now be found on the Advanced preferences page in the Display / Legacy title formatting settings branch. These strings are no longer used by the new Default User Interface.

Keyboard shortcuts

In order to minimize potential interference with typing in the new Default User Interface, existing single-letter shortcuts without Alt or Control modifier keys are removed on the first run after installing 0.9.5. Manually re-adding these shortcuts, while possible, is not recommended due to the issues stated above.

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post Oct 20 2007, 14:56
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Requires XP or newer.

Looks like I need to wait until this evening to check on my laptop. smile.gif

Sounds interesting though.


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post Oct 20 2007, 15:04
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Wow, this is an amazing release
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post Oct 20 2007, 15:28
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unbelievable
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post Oct 20 2007, 15:29
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Wow, this is awesome.

As much as I've loved PanelsUI, I'd gladly switch to an interface that focuses on usability and reliability.

This is just what foobar needs. Thanks for listening to your user base for this one. smile.gif

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post Oct 20 2007, 15:29
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QUOTE
New Album List component
*Updates automatically with Media Library content changes (“Refresh” command no longer needed)

thank you!
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yandexx
post Oct 20 2007, 15:38
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Oh my gosh! What a surprise for a big fan of foobar2000! Thank you!


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post Oct 20 2007, 15:41
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This new standard interface enriched with built-in presets is really a great improvement! Now I get foobar2000 looks pleasant without any effort (I didn't followed any UI improvement since two years and I didn't have the time to understand this whole scripting & components system).

In my opinion this is the most important release since years... maybe the most important one ever.


Congrats, and thank you very much smile.gif
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post Oct 20 2007, 15:48
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This version is one of those Pringles moments; Once you pop, you can't stop. The usability is great (not that I had any problems with previous versions either) and all the new features in default UI are great.

Thanks Peter


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post Oct 20 2007, 15:56
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Ha ha ha biggrin.gif I just have a thought "Foobar developer must secretly doing something big for sure. base on the hint here and there." and BOOM this come out.

And it's great wink.gif

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post Oct 20 2007, 15:58
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It didnt made it into the releasenotes, but its worth mentioning, how easy it is now to create autoplaylists via Albumlist.
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post Oct 20 2007, 16:01
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QUOTE (shakey_snake @ Oct 20 2007, 08:29) *
Wow, this is awesome.

As much as I've loved PanelsUI, I'd gladly switch to an interface that focuses on usability and reliability.

This is just what foobar needs. Thanks for listening to your user base for this one. smile.gif

Sure, it's a very small improvement. But they have a loooooooooong way to go if they wanna match up to panels or columns ui. The new ui looks far from elegant.
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post Oct 20 2007, 16:06
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This is nice surprise to see a new beta, and wow! what a great beta it is!

I was never a big fan of columns/panels UI, but the disadvantages of those two are gone in 0.9.5. It works all so great together and now it's really easy to set up.

The scratchbox is great, too! I also like the Facets plugin.

Well done!
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post Oct 20 2007, 16:09
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Sure, it's a very small improvement. But they have a loooooooooong way to go if they wanna match up to panels or columns ui. The new ui looks far from elegant.

"They" have no interest in doing that. Maybe you didn't read the UI intro properly smile.gif


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FLAC library updated on 0.95b1.

Just for fun: one decoding speed benchmark based on one single CDImage.

0.9.4.5: Speed (x realtime): 197.780

CODE

Settings:
Buffer entire file into memory: no
High priority: yes
Passes: 4
File: N:\au_LONG\Mozart - [Manze, Egarr] Violin Sonatas, 1781\CDImage.flac
Run 1:
Length: 1:11:42.160
Opening time: 0:00.025
Decoding time: 0:21.943
Speed (x realtime): 196.063
Run 2:
Length: 1:11:42.160
Opening time: 0:00.046
Decoding time: 0:22.019
Speed (x realtime): 195.381
Run 3:
Length: 1:11:42.160
Opening time: 0:00.012
Decoding time: 0:21.498
Speed (x realtime): 200.121
Run 4:
Length: 1:11:42.160
Opening time: 0:00.117
Decoding time: 0:21.549
Speed (x realtime): 199.646
Total:
Opening time: 0:00.012 min, 0:00.117 max, 0:00.050 average
Decoding time: 0:21.498 min, 0:22.019 max, 0:21.752 average
Speed (x realtime): 195.381 min, 200.121 max, 197.780 average
Total:
Length: 4:46:48.640
Opening time: 0:00.200
Decoding time: 1:27.009
Speed (x realtime): 197.780


0.9.5 beta 1: Speed (x realtime): 354.446

CODE

Settings:
Buffer entire file into memory: no
High priority: yes
Passes: 4
File: N:\au_LONG\Mozart - [Manze, Egarr] Violin Sonatas, 1781\CDImage.flac
Run 1:
Length: 1:11:42.160
Opening time: 0:00.002
Decoding time: 0:12.049
Speed (x realtime): 357.065
Run 2:
Length: 1:11:42.160
Opening time: 0:00.029
Decoding time: 0:12.228
Speed (x realtime): 351.833
Run 3:
Length: 1:11:42.160
Opening time: 0:00.033
Decoding time: 0:12.319
Speed (x realtime): 349.229
Run 4:
Length: 1:11:42.160
Opening time: 0:00.025
Decoding time: 0:11.955
Speed (x realtime): 359.857
Total:
Opening time: 0:00.002 min, 0:00.033 max, 0:00.022 average
Decoding time: 0:11.955 min, 0:12.319 max, 0:12.138 average
Speed (x realtime): 349.229 min, 359.857 max, 354.446 average
Total:
Length: 4:46:48.640
Opening time: 0:00.089
Decoding time: 0:48.551
Speed (x realtime): 354.446


0.9.5 with flac 1.2.1 decoding library is now... 79,21% faster!!! While it has no importance on playback it significantly speeds up transcoding (from flac source). [EDIT: only one core is used with both fb2k version]

I also noticed that the number of encoding thread can be set (useful when transcoding from source located on optical media).



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FLAC file: 304 MB at 593 kbps

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Thanks everyone who made this, it's truly brilliant!

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QUOTE (Lyx @ Oct 20 2007, 17:09) *
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Sure, it's a very small improvement. But they have a loooooooooong way to go if they wanna match up to panels or columns ui. The new ui looks far from elegant.

"They" have no interest in doing that. Maybe you didn't read the UI intro properly smile.gif

I think it's good enough for most users (including myself). I prefer easier to use user interfaces over comples ones, but I think here they actually found a good compromise between usability and the amount features.

The Facets plugin is a good showcase of what's possible now and how a more elegant UI element should be created.

BTW, you can still use the old panels/columns UI interface but I doubt its development will be continued, will it?

QUOTE (guruboolez @ Oct 20 2007, 17:14) *
I also noticed that the number of encoding thread can be set (useful when transcoding from source located on optical media).

...or when having no real multi-cores... laugh.gif

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post Oct 20 2007, 16:23
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QUOTE (Fandango @ Oct 20 2007, 17:19) *
I think it's good enough for most users (including myself). I prefer easier to use user interfaces over comples ones, but I think here they actually found a good compromise between usability and the amount features.

An informal post will maybe made soon, which will among other things echo what you wrote above :)


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post Oct 20 2007, 16:27
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I just tried the new beta, but it crashes when i use columns UI and the fancy new spectrum visual.
Here is the crash info, i hope you guys will find it useful smile.gif
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post Oct 20 2007, 16:38
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I feel like I'm missing something here, because none of the old UI elements are showing up in the "replace element" list for me. I only see the default ones, and Id like to use the browser, bookmarks, lyrics, etc. Also, nothing is showing up in the new albumart panel, and I cant figure out how to get to any kind of settings dialogue for it. I also don't see anything about the "scratchbox " or "facets plugin."

edit: Ok, I found the facets plugin, which is awesome btw. I still really miss the old UI components but I love this new layout system. No chance of backward compatibility?

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post Oct 20 2007, 16:43
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"Better than sliced bread!". Thanks to the foobar2000 team for the wonderful work so far.
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I am sitting right now in an inet-cafe and has downloaded new beta and the brand new facet plugin - i know how i will spend the rest of my day. I expected many new things but not this: it seems to be amazing!

Thanks for your hard work!

One question just: is it a big work for developer of some panels (bookmarks, history, lyricshow, queuemanager...) to transfer their plugins?

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post Oct 20 2007, 16:49
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QUOTE (alphaex32 @ Oct 20 2007, 17:38) *
I still really miss the old UI components but I love this new layout system. No chance of backward compatibility?

Those components you have listed are panels for Columns UI, which is an entirely different user interface.

Panels were never part of the default UI.

From the footnote in the release notes:
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UI Elements are conceptually similar to the panels introduced by Columns UI, but are incompatible with them so they were given a new name.
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post Oct 20 2007, 16:56
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Whoa! The return of the Spectrum!! Many thanks!
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Wow, a new beginning. I'll need some time for that...
BTW, the fb2k default icon has some ugly white pixels at the corner here, wxp, 16 bit colors.

Is there a way to reset the default UI settings only? Would be helpful especially at the beginning...
EDIT: OK I found the quick setup window. Great work.

The layout import/export/cut/copy/scratchbox: Very fine!

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