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Topic: Did the BPM Analyzer Engine Change Recently?
I notice that, using v2023m-b7555, Scanning a couple new mp4 video files that are in the ~120BPM range results in the scanner giving a half value for the BPM (~60BPM). Did something change in the analysis recently?

Posted 4 days ago @ 4:06 am
AdionPRO InfinityCTOMember since 2006
No, there haven't been any bpm analyzer changes in a while

Posted 4 days ago @ 4:50 am
LIMOLPRO InfinityMember since 2003
it can happen on some file + or - the BPM has changed.
you have to go to the BPM editor by right clicking on the concerned title and you click on +2.


Posted 4 days ago @ 9:10 am
Thank you both for you responses.

It's strange...they were all modern dance music with constant BPMs...VirtualDJ normally doesn't miscalculate that BPM range.

Posted 4 days ago @ 11:08 am
AdionPRO InfinityCTOMember since 2006
Did they already have a bpm in the tag perhaps?

Posted 4 days ago @ 11:55 am
I think they did have BPMs already added in their tags. Shouldn't VirtualDJ just ignore those values and calculate its own though (and write it back if it's different, given setTagsAuto = true)?

Posted 2 days ago @ 5:34 pm
AdionPRO InfinityCTOMember since 2006
It is not used for the actual calculation, but it is used to prefer a certain bpm range.

Posted 2 days ago @ 8:08 am
That makes sense...so the assumption is the tags are telling the truth then?

Posted 2 days ago @ 2:20 pm