[:uuykhkn5] PS3 MP3 support now runs through Sony decoder. No more license required for MP3 with FMOD PS3. Also performance boost and lower overhead thanks to this.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Reduce overall memory usage around 100-200kb by using 16bit floats for internal DSP matrix storage (not implemented on PS3 yet).[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Event API – added MusicSystem::setReverbProperties and getReverbProperties to change the wet and dry levels relative to those set in FMOD Designer.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Added mono sound support to ‘3D Speaker spread’, or Channel::set3DSpeakerSpread. Now a mono sound can be spread around the speakers a bit rather than pinpointing a certain speaker location.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] iPhone – added support for setDSPBufferSize.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Phone – improved performance with 3GS.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Wii – Added new function FMOD_Channel_SetControllerSpeakerSubchannel to allow only a particular channel of a stereo or greater sound to be played out of the WiiMote.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Added parameter ramping for DSP Lowpass and DSP Highpass filters to avoid clicking when parameters are suddenly changed.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Added DLS cache for MIDI files, reduces overall memory when multiple MIDIs are loaded with the same DLS file. Also improves load times by avoiding repeated parsing of DLS.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] iPhone – Now compiled as a fat library to improve performance on iPhone 3GS.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Memory_GetStats now has a ‘blocking’ parameter which allows the user to get the memory usage quickly, or accurately.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Added ignoresetfilesystem to FMOD_CREATESOUNDEXINFO structure. Useful for specific cases where you don’t want to use your own file system but want to use fmod’s file system (ie net streaming).[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Improved performance of FMOD Delay DSP effect for all platforms except PS3.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Win32 – More efficient semaphore implementation to reduce OS memory overhead.[/:m:uuykhkn5]
[:uuykhkn5] Streams using FMOD_NONBLOCKING now seek/reflush in FMOD_NONBLOCKING thread instead of the stream decode thread. This has the advantage of not stalling other streams that are playing while the seeking stream flushes. Basically it improves sound stability = less stuttering while seeking.
This thread is for discussion / bugreports for the current release.
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I downloaded latest stable version: 4.28 for Windows 32.bit.
But after installation, the file fmodex.dll shows version 4.23.
However, in http://22.214.171.124/files/revision_stable.txt it says version:4.26.10.
What does it mean? Is it a mistake? Are you going to have another installer with correct version of the file?
- mikhail answered 9 years ago
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