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  1. arglebargle

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    @Em2016 Those warnings do not indicate a failed install. Start it up and I think you’ll find it has indeed been updated.
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    HQ Player

    Or a cheap nvidia GPU for CUDA offload. As stated on the previous page even a 1060 is probably enough. It is incredibly effective for closed-form.
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    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    Top right hand corner of the HQPlayer configuration page if Embedded is up to date.
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    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    @Miska Thanks for the new help section -- the perfect amount of information all in one place. Would you say SDM -> SDM upsampling is slightly heavier now with wide/narrow algorithms?
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    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    @Miska could you give a brief explanation of narrow vs wide SDM-SDM conversion setting?
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    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    removed, nevermind:)
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    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    I do agree there. I went from Arch > Debian > Ubuntu LTS. Now I have a machine running Arch for bleeding edge non-audio stuff like Darktable / Gimp.
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    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    If you don't mind moving away from officially supported distros, CUDA 10 just landed in Arch Linux. It's likely 4.5+ Bionic packages will work with CUDA there, the same way the older Xenial packages did. I'm sure the Audiolinux folks could weigh in on that soon enough.
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    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    After getting Cuda working in Ubuntu Server I just looked at what was running at boot and disabled everything I didn't need. I didn't worry about the leftover packages themselves. In a way Ubuntu cured me of the minimalism fetish I had with Arch Linux, because with so many split packages it's impossible to keep the actual count low anyway. I just look at actual running threads/processes. Sorry I can't offer any actual help!
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    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    4.5 for Bionic is an amazing update. Being able to initiate playback with no other control/library/etc software is a game changer. Cheers!
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    For those concerned about power cables....

    It’s funny because, power strips aside, Eric Johnson has a reputation for exactly the kind esoteric beliefs about audio this thread sets out to mock. Just google Eric Johnson directional cables. His particular nervosa may not cover power strips but it is indeed legendary in the world of guitar.
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    HQPlayer version change log...

    Long story short: the differences are major if you consider several new filters major. From signalyst.com:
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    HQ Player

    double
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    HQ Player

    So I guess sinc-M is optimised for CUDA similar to closed-form? I get about 1/3 the cpu load with CUDA enabled. Nice.
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    HQ Player

    Maybe the case of new is always better but ext2 sounds wonderful. Relaxed and none of the stridency I hear at times with xtr. I have never end like the sound of horns like trumpet & alto sax with xtr.
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