0.8.16 - Trim, Channel Selectors, Bug Fixes
Released: Dec 19, 2023
- This update is free for existing users.
- macOS 14.2 introduced a bug where using the "Desktop Audio" mode results in a slightly lower input volume depending on the audio device you're using. I am reporting this to Apple and looking for workarounds. (FB13479345) If I can find a solution, I will implement it. I have added a trim slider that will allow you to compensate manually. Sorry for the inconvenience.
- General: Added a channel selector. You can now select the which of the current audio device's input channels are used as the Left/Right channel.
- General: Added a trim slider to adjust the input volume. Click and drag, or select this slider and use the Up/Down keys on your keyboard for +/-1dB adjustments, Shift + Up/Down for +/-0.1dB adjustments.
- General: Crash logs are now saved to a folder inside MiniMeters's settings folder, but no longer uploaded automatically. Issues should be sent to me directly from now on. Discord is preferred, but Twitter (X) is also fine. I will ask you to provide the crash log directly.
- Audio Engine: A new latency compensation system has been introduced. This should automatically maintain the lowest latency while avoiding visual issues. If your system freezes, MiniMeters will "fast-forward" to the newest state without skipping any buffers.
- Windows: Fixed an issue (introduced in 0.8.15) where changing your Windows audio output when using "Default Output Capture" made MiniMeters quit unexpectedly.
- Windows: Fixed an issue where occasional underruns were visible when audio devices were set to sample rates other than 44100hz.
Thank you for your patience as I work on v1.0. In the meantime, if you have any critical bugs in the current versions and are willing to help me fix them, I am always available on Discord. - Joe
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