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pompon

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Parametric Equalizer registry precision
« on: August 04, 2015, 07:17:48 pm »

I try to make a program to make a .REG to allow to take filters done in RoomEQWizard and write into jriver registry.
The key is there:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\JRiver\Media Center 20\Zone Presets\**name of the eq**\Parametric Equalizer
Can you explain what mean the first (1:1) ?
The 243: I don't have any idea what is it. I did't figure what is it for and it's not all time the same value.
For Enabled, sometimes I got strange value like 3407873 instead of  1.

Any documentations ?

(1:1)(1:7)(243:<XMLPH version="1,1">
<Item Name="Enabled">1</Item>
<Item Name="Slope">12</Item>
<Item Name="Q">1</Item>
<Item Name="Type">3</Item>
<Item Name="Gain">2</Item>
<Item Name="Frequency">1000</Item>
<Item Name="Channels">2;3</Item>
</XMLPH>)(241:<XMLPH version="1,1">
<Item Name="Enabled">1</Item>
<Item Name="Slope">12</Item>
<Item Name="Q">3</Item>
<Item Name="Type">3</Item>
<Item Name="Gain">3</Item>
<Item Name="Frequency">22</Item>
<Item Name="Channels">2;3</Item>
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Re: Parametric Equalizer registry precision
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2015, 07:43:03 pm »

Those numbers are the length of the string that follows.
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Re: Parametric Equalizer registry precision
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2015, 07:53:57 pm »

Ah cool!
Any idea for

<Item Name="Enabled">1</Item>
sometimes
<Item Name="Enabled">3407873</Item>
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Re: Parametric Equalizer registry precision
« Reply #3 on: August 05, 2015, 10:35:10 am »

Ah cool!
Any idea for

<Item Name="Enabled">1</Item>
sometimes
<Item Name="Enabled">3407873</Item>


I would only expect Enabled to equal 1 or 0.  Maybe there's some part of the code that's stuffing a big value into the variable.  The way you code in C++ you make anything that's not zero equal true so it would still work fine.
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