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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0004632||MPD||ReplayGain||public||2017-01-20 17:28||2017-01-23 17:58|
|Platform||Mac||OS||macOS Sierra||OS Version||10.12.2|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||git|
|Summary||0004632: Replaygain reset to off when pausing and restarting music, restored with next track|
|Description||I noticed that if I pause a track being played back with album gain applied, and then restart playback, the track is louder than it was when it was paused. Upon transition to the next track, the overall volume gets quieter again. It appears that when playback is restarted after pause, the replaygain setting is either turned off or ignored until the next track change.|
|Steps To Reproduce||It is easiest to notice this bug with a continuous DJ mix of some kind, as the volume levels will be easier to notice.|
Using album gain for playback, start playing a full album of tracks. At some point, pause and restart track playback, and you will notice a volume difference.
The track boundary after the pause and restart will be noticable, as the overall track volume will drop on track switch.
|Additional Information||I am using `replaygain "album"` in my mpd.conf file.|
This happens with both front ends I use regularly (ncmpcpp and cantata).
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|2017-01-20 17:28||ereckase||New Issue|
|2017-01-20 17:28||ereckase||Status||new => assigned|
|2017-01-20 17:28||ereckase||Assigned To||=> cirrus|
|2017-01-23 17:58||cirrus||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2017-01-23 17:58||cirrus||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2017-01-23 17:58||cirrus||Fixed in Version||=> git|
|2017-01-23 17:58||cirrus||Note Added: 0010295|