Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switching)

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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switching)

Postby ipkiss » Sun May 31, 2009 9:03 am

This is brilliant, been using it for a months now, but one caveat is with songs that end aprubtly. Obviously crossfade isn't intelligent enough to know which songs are fine to crossfade and which aren't, but with this script its one giant step closer. Is it possible to add a way to tell the script to treat an individual track as though the next song is always considered the next track on the album? So it never crossfades at the end of that track, no matter what song is played next?
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switching)

Postby rrfpacker » Sun Jul 19, 2009 6:06 pm

I've spent the last few weeks getting my crossfade to work the way I want, I am using SQR Soft (based on a recommendation from nohitter I think)and so far MM crossfades like I want.

I installed this script and started playing some albums and I'm still getting a crossfade. I am not supposed to have to uncheck Crossfade or AutoDJ, correct?

Maybe I missed something else. Any thoughts?
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switching)

Postby nohitter151 » Sun Jul 19, 2009 7:43 pm

ipkiss wrote:This is brilliant, been using it for a months now, but one caveat is with songs that end aprubtly. Obviously crossfade isn't intelligent enough to know which songs are fine to crossfade and which aren't, but with this script its one giant step closer. Is it possible to add a way to tell the script to treat an individual track as though the next song is always considered the next track on the album? So it never crossfades at the end of that track, no matter what song is played next?

... wouldn't turning off crossfading altogether be exactly the same thing?
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switching)

Postby nohitter151 » Sun Jul 19, 2009 7:44 pm

rrfpacker wrote:I've spent the last few weeks getting my crossfade to work the way I want, I am using SQR Soft (based on a recommendation from nohitter I think)and so far MM crossfades like I want.

I installed this script and started playing some albums and I'm still getting a crossfade. I am not supposed to have to uncheck Crossfade or AutoDJ, correct?

Maybe I missed something else. Any thoughts?

I don't think this script can control anything other than the default MM output plugin.
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switching)

Postby rrfpacker » Sun Jul 19, 2009 10:20 pm

That makes sense. I'll try that if I want to listen to albums for a while.
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switching)

Postby Guest » Thu Jul 30, 2009 7:29 pm

nohitter151 wrote:... wouldn't turning off crossfading altogether be exactly the same thing?


No, not at all. I'm not asking if all songs can be ignored by crossfade, just particular songs which do not fit well with crossfading.

i.e. Black Horse & The Cherry Tree - KT Tunstall. The ending is abrupt and is always cut off by crossfading - what I want is a way to tell Forget Crossfade to forget crossfade on this (and any other) track(s) just like it does with sequential album tracks.
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switchin

Postby Hoffer » Fri Oct 28, 2011 1:54 am

Many on the internet say to use a crossfade of 10 seconds on everything.
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switchin

Postby ashenkin » Fri Oct 28, 2011 3:01 pm

For some reason, forget crossfade is no longer recognizing songs that are in the same album, and is hence not turning off crossfade when it should. any ideas about how to debug this problem?

thanks...
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switchin

Postby nohitter151 » Fri Oct 28, 2011 7:10 pm

ashenkin wrote:For some reason, forget crossfade is no longer recognizing songs that are in the same album, and is hence not turning off crossfade when it should. any ideas about how to debug this problem?

thanks...

Remember it has to not only be from the same album, but be the next track on that album.
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switchin

Postby ashenkin » Fri Oct 28, 2011 8:07 pm

OMG. nohitter, you are a star. thanks. had my tracks sorted by a different column!
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switchin

Postby rockportrait » Thu Jan 26, 2012 2:47 am

His site has gone offline. Does anyone have a mirror, copy or another way of accessing this script?
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switchin

Postby stan9980 » Sat Feb 04, 2012 10:34 am

As Dale and his site seem to have disappeared I've uploaded the script to my own webspace.

http://www.stanonline.co.uk/mediamonkey/ForgetCrossfade_v1-0-0.mmip

If there are any problems with downloading it let me know.

Cheers,

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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switchin

Postby nohitter151 » Sat Feb 04, 2012 12:52 pm

Keep in mind this addon does not work in MM 4.
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switchin

Postby stan9980 » Sat Feb 04, 2012 3:16 pm

It's working for me in MM4, I've just double-checked it.
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Re: Forget Crossfade Script [MM3] -(auto crossfade switchin

Postby nohitter151 » Sat Feb 04, 2012 3:30 pm

stan9980 wrote:It's working for me in MM4, I've just double-checked it.

Are you on Windows XP?
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