Started by Harbinger, August 15, 2009, 00:20:38
QuoteWithout resampling, it can sound bad when you have high quality samples.
Quote from: "Jojo"QuoteWithout resampling, it can sound bad when you have high quality samples.WHAT? High quality samples do not need resampling. Low quality samples need resampling if they should not sound fuzzy. The thing about high quality is that it is already resampled.
Quote from: "Jojo"g, I will refuse to add another silly OpenMPT-only feature to IT, XM and whatever files, but it might be possible for MPTM to add.
Quote from: "Jojo"Oh, and Harbinger, please don't demand exact definitions of each resampling mode, because it's a shitload of maths which you could easily look up on wikipedia and that nobody is really interested in.
Quote from: "Jojo"ModPlug's wording is very bad here, it should be "interpolation" like with all other programs. Low quality samples obviously "miss" information, so this information has to be restored. And that's done by doing interpolation between 2 or more points of the sample. High quality samples obviously don't lack information, so they can usally be used without resampling.
QuoteThirdly, how am i supposed to know that wikipedia is going to have answers for specific functions of any given application?!
QuoteFourthly, who are YOU to decide who's interested. I AM!
QuoteFifthly, how does the syntax and wording of your question match your little emoticons? Are they supposed to alleviate your negative statements?
QuoteSixthly, leave the profanity for your bathroom. We're civilized here.
QuoteSeventhly, before you post, check to make sure that what your about to put into the forum is helpful or at least positive. Otherwise, just delete it out of your mind and take out your moodiness on someone else.
QuoteEighthly, oh, you don't like being told what to do. Neither do I!
QuoteI trust in the next build you'll trade the "resampling" term for "interpolation"; i agree -- that's a better more descriptive term.