In some cases, your computer may display an eqf winamp. There can be several reasons for this problem.



eqf winamp

Winamp allows you to save EQ settings in a .eqf file. This package allows you to analyze these files.


  npm installed --save winamp-eqf 


Import parser

 , creator like winamp-eqf;// ... Get your .eqf with .q1 file as ArrayBufferconst eqf implies a parser (eqfArrayBuffer);const eqfArrayBuffer = creator (eqf); 


Parser (ArrayBuffer)

Returned value

   "Preferences": [          "name": "Entry1",      "Preamplifier": 33, // 1-64      "hz60": 64, // 1-64      "hz170": 64, // ...      "hz310": 64,      "Hz600": 64,      "Hz1000": 64,      "Hz3000": 64,      "Hz6000": 64,      "hz12000": 64,      "hz14000": 64,      "hz16000": 64,    ,    // Some files like winamp.q1 may contain different predefined objects.  ],  "type": "Winamp EQ v1.1 local file library", 

Creator (eqfObject)

Returned value: ArrayBuffer

eqfObject is an object of the same shape as the object returned by parser () .

Source Material

Starting with that, we found the spec here:

I have looked at several EQF files that I have created for this purpose. The format is apparently not very complicated: the file is 299 bytes.

It starts with a text title, which in my case is thirty-seven bytes. It’s in quotation marks – note the control character Z:

Winamp EQ v1.1 Library File cZ! – Entry1

The next one is definitely a zero byte (” 0″) one block ahead to the last next hop. The actual data is only stored in the last 11 bytes with the file: the last byte is for the total, the ten bytes before it are for each of your current 10 EQ checks in ascending order: the first is four ten for the deepest bass, the last (just before the byte on volume level) is designed for maximum high frequencies. Values ​​0x20 for neutral and inverse: 0x00 – maximum, 0x3F – minimum. Thus, there are 31 vacancies below, 31 and 32 levels above neutral.

I also got information from Darren Owen on Twitter:

eqf winamp

FromTo me to know, the Certificate of Things, unfortunately, has never been great. If you look at the link to the files in a hex editor it is mostly correct.

The current 1.1 format is fine, since I don’t take into account that the format has changed a long time ago 🙂

And then display the direct message:

I will do this appropriately as I may enter another element, but the only obvious flaw in the link is one of our signature assumptions, since we are not sure if it is “entry1”. Buyers can have multiple EQ blocks in one file.

If you look into winamp.q1, you should see several presets running, with files following each other, so the file store (winamp.q1 or a specific * .eqf file) “Winamp EQ Library v1” is a file. … 1 x1A! – “(taken from each disassembler), then this is a 257 byte stream (256 + zero characters to start correctly), then a 10 byte angle from the eq cursor – Mobile phones (range must be checked at new level), which is soThere is 1 byte for our preamp slider. 12dB = 0 (ie the actual range is 0-63), which is most important for other slider mobile phones, it seems (and corresponds to SDK Details 1: 1), whereas I think it is in the Winamp file 🙂 q1 each entry ” default “is either a flat parameter or whatever was saved after setup (if you can do most of your own behavior with persistent action -> save -> default actions)

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