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Old 22nd August 2015, 02:47   #3021  |  Link
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Is there any way to reset all settings.
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Old 22nd August 2015, 04:19   #3022  |  Link
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Yes. Just delete the %localappsettings%\MediaPlayerDotNet folder.
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Old 22nd August 2015, 05:05   #3023  |  Link
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Code:
v2.42.0 Changelog:
Works with Extension from version: 1.17.0
    Change of API

v2.41.3 Changelog:
Works with Extension from version: 1.16.0
    Fix bug 2

v2.41.2 Changelog:
Works with Extension from version: 1.16.0
    Fix bug 1

v2.41.1 Changelog:
Works with Extension from version: 1.16.0
    Improved startup speed

v2.41.0 Changelog:
Works with Extension from version: 1.16.0
      MPDN Extensions API version 4
      Fixed OpenCL compatibility issue with newer Nvidia drivers
      Added option to force the use of the new OpenCL interop API
This still seems to have a lot of duplicate lines of "Works with Extension from version: 1.16.0".

Would it be possible to simply use "MPDN Extensions API version 4" instead? And in the MPDN Extensions release notes, I'll add that line too. And each time the API version changes, MPDN changelog still also have that line.

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Old 22nd August 2015, 08:28   #3024  |  Link
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Make sure you're using the source code version of the extension, not the binary or the installer.
I used the Gain.cs and Silencer.cs!
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Old 22nd August 2015, 09:53   #3025  |  Link
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I used the Gain.cs and Silencer.cs!
I meant you can't mix the .cs files with the .DLL files. You have to use the entire MPDN extensions in its source form.
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Old 22nd August 2015, 10:50   #3026  |  Link
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This still seems to have a lot of duplicate lines of "Works with Extension from version: 1.16.0".

Would it be possible to simply use "MPDN Extensions API version 4" instead? And in the MPDN Extensions release notes, I'll add that line too. And each time the API version changes, MPDN changelog still also have that line.
That line will also get duplicated everywhere into the Changelog.txt, it doesn't change that. But I agree it's a cleaner way to advertise the compatibility.

New use cases using API version:
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Old 22nd August 2015, 11:03   #3027  |  Link
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I notice the version of Mediainfo in the native\x64 folder is pretty old, version 0.7.72 whereas the latest is 0.7.76. I replaced the one that comes with MPDN with the newer one, it works fine.
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Old 22nd August 2015, 12:20   #3028  |  Link
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I meant you can't mix the .cs files with the .DLL files. You have to use the entire MPDN extensions in its source form.
I have deleted all files in Extensions folder and %programdata% too. Extracted the scripts from MPDN_Extensions-master.zip file. Am I doing something wrong?

MPDN still shows extensions are incompatible. I tried a clean install as well.
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Old 22nd August 2015, 12:23   #3029  |  Link
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Am I doing something wrong?
Delete %localappdata%\MediaPlayerDotNet that should sort it.
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Old 22nd August 2015, 12:41   #3030  |  Link
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I notice the version of Mediainfo in the native\x64 folder is pretty old, version 0.7.72 whereas the latest is 0.7.76. I replaced the one that comes with MPDN with the newer one, it works fine.
I'll get the DLLs updated for the next release.

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I have deleted all files in Extensions folder and %programdata% too. Extracted the scripts from MPDN_Extensions-master.zip file. Am I doing something wrong?

MPDN still shows extensions are incompatible. I tried a clean install as well.
What version of MPDN are you running? As stated on the GitHub page, prerequisites: MPDN v2.41.0 and above.
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Old 22nd August 2015, 12:45   #3031  |  Link
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That line will also get duplicated everywhere into the Changelog.txt, it doesn't change that. But I agree it's a cleaner way to advertise the compatibility.

New use cases using API version:
Ah I meant just the one line only when the API level changes. The added benefit of doing so is that the existing changelog is already written in such a way starting from API level 3.
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Old 22nd August 2015, 13:16   #3032  |  Link
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Ah I meant just the one line only when the API level changes. The added benefit of doing so is that the existing changelog is already written in such a way starting from API level 3.
Sounds good, I'll make the updater assume the player use the same version as the current extension when the string is not detected in the changelog. We can do the same for the extension in fact.

I'll work on it in the following week.

String to be used:
In the changelog of the player --> "MPDN Extensions API version 4"
In the changelog of the extension --> "**API Version 4**"

Good for you ?

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Old 22nd August 2015, 13:17   #3033  |  Link
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I'll get the DLLs updated for the next release.



What version of MPDN are you running? As stated on the GitHub page, prerequisites: MPDN v2.41.0 and above.
My mistake I deleted from appdata folder only not programdata!

Running 2.41.1! Is there a binary for example scripts? I want to try them.

I liked the Tomsteady 32 bit floating point arithmetic normalizer with gain from PotPlayer, which actually is a winamp plugin Tomsteady ported into PotPlayer. It gives reasonable boost without distortion on DTS/AC3 tracks.

Can we do something similar with the mpdn?
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Old 22nd August 2015, 13:27   #3034  |  Link
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Sounds good, I'll make the updater assume the player use the same version as the current extension when the string is not detected in the changelog.

I'll work on it in the following week.
Thanks Belphemur!

BTW, I've reworded the changelog for MPDN and release notes for MPDN extensions to use the phrase "Extensions API Level" instead of extensions version. I'll stick with that exact phrase whenever I release a new update.

EDIT: LOL I just saw your edits.
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Old 22nd August 2015, 13:31   #3035  |  Link
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My mistake I deleted from appdata folder only not programdata!

Running 2.41.1! Is there a binary for example scripts? I want to try them.

I liked the Tomsteady 32 bit floating point arithmetic normalizer with gain from PotPlayer, which actually is a winamp plugin Tomsteady ported into PotPlayer. It gives reasonable boost without distortion on DTS/AC3 tracks.

Can we do something similar with the mpdn?
I'm sure it's possible now with Audio Scripts. Just need someone to port it to MPDN. If you know any audio expert who'd like to be MPDN's Audio Script dev, feel free to let me know! It could use some Audio Scripts...
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Old 22nd August 2015, 13:39   #3036  |  Link
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Some of my thoughts on Audio Scripts:

I'd like to be able to get MPDN to use Winamp's DSP plugins without any modifications - does anyone have any experience with Winamp DSP plugins?
Is this possible at all? And legally, is it allowed?
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Old 22nd August 2015, 13:42   #3037  |  Link
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I don't know if there are any official places left to download the Winamp SDK now that Winmap is dead, but there was an SDK to build DSP plugins, so you can equally just use that to use DSP plugins.
Laws cannot really prevent that.
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Old 22nd August 2015, 13:58   #3038  |  Link
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Ah good to know. I remember that too, not just for DSP plugins. For all sorts of plugins. Winamp is my inspiration for MPDN actually.
I'll try to find if I could get hold of that old SDK...
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Old 22nd August 2015, 21:39   #3039  |  Link
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Zachs is it possible to put controls for contrast, brightness, hue & saturation?
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Old 23rd August 2015, 08:18   #3040  |  Link
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Why not include the certificate inside the installer?

Why not add some performance presets?
I think a lot of noobs make dummy things with rendering scripts.

Where can I find the mpdn logo svg/ai file or highres png?
This is to create some wallpapers.

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