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DSP chain [de]serialization helper, Save and load current DSP chain configs to/from a file
Yegor
post Feb 20 2011, 10:56
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DSP chain serialization helper



This helper is useful for sharing of chain presets between different Foobar2000 installations and users.

Hold Shift to access its commands in the Playback menu:



Files produced by the helper have fbcp extension.

The component: Attached File  foo_chain_impexp.zip ( 52.03K ) Number of downloads: 3336
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Yegor
post Feb 21 2011, 18:42
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May I suggest to rename the "DSP chain serializer" menu entry to "DSP chain"? It's simpler and less technical.
Actually there was "DSP chain" until I released the component. It was an internal tool for testing of an effect adapter. The problem is that "DSP chain" is esentially the same as "DSP settings" in the given context.
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Also the menu entries show as "Load..." and "Save as..." in the menu and "Load" and "Save" in the keyboard shortcuts. Is there a reason why you chose to present the names differently?
There were some thoughts but I'm not sure about them :-D Yes, these entries should be...
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"Import..." and "Export..."
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It would be a good idea to handle possible IO exceptions during file operations.
It'd be excellent idea. I just didn't bother doing it in a little dev utility that nobody needs. May be it's not so useless after all :)

Perhaps it also needs some kind of a warning to show if a DSP is missing.



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