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  • WinAMP Preset Values in .PST File

    Does anyone know or is it documented anywhere what the values represent in the WinAMP .PST files as stored in the RR directory.

    I have searched but can't find the answer. I have posted this in another area, but someone suggested this thread is more suited.

    For example, the POP.PST has the entries

    101
    31
    36
    39
    42
    48
    54
    15
    39
    42
    42
    39
    50
    0
    49125
    45850
    45850
    45850
    45850
    45850
    0
    45850
    45850
    45850
    45850
    45850
    45850
    0
    0

    What do they all relate to?

    Many thanks.
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  • #2
    This is what I can give ya to go by...

    1. Winamp vol 0-255
    2. winamp preamp 0-63
    3. 60hz band 63(-12bd)-0(+12bd)
    4. 170hz band
    5. 310hz band
    6. 600hz band
    7. 1khz band
    8. 3khz band
    9. 6khz band
    10. 12khz band
    11. 14khz band
    12. 16khz band
    13. bal 0-100
    14.
    15. wave line 1310- 65535
    16.
    17. CD line 1310-65535
    18.
    19. line line 1310-65535
    20.
    21. Aux line
    22. treb 0-65535
    23. bass 0-65535

    The actuall line ones max values depend on your sound device, and they might not be in the same order, but that was just on my work machine...

    The empty line are prob other lines that aren't shown in the RR mixer Screen on typical mixer screens...
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    • #3
      Up to the EQ bands (12) it should be very standard, after that, it really varies with your sound card (number/type of lines and such). You can however, tell RR to just save/load the winamp portion of the file if you want, check skin commands for parameters to the "preset" command.
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