You could copy the data and provide the link on your own server, so you can manage any changes. The performance is not an issue, most users will consult it once. You could keep the converted settings instead, benefit is that you can batch convert and keep the results indefinately. Probably tbe existing data for headphones will remain valid forever. I think the eq is generated by tools in the package based on the measurement files, so why would it change? Secondly, when reading from github, the parameters for the eq will be the same a change of format would be a single change to the mapping. I realy do not see a problem, if you are concerned code the mapping as a user customizable definition.
The second part is having the capability to use these settings as neutralizer and then supply the standard eq patterns ( rock, pop, etc) on top of it. I observe that yhe current eq_ presets is a long list of entries that are never used, better to have a headphone neutralization and a few delta's.
Thx for the attention to my suggestion, i have generated my own eq for my Sony 1000XM3 and it is amazing how it sounds now, Neutron has a great eq and feeding it with those settings makes it amazing. The sudden clarity in the instruments, wow, so I think users wil appreciate this, I did
Writing a batch conversikn should be easy, Perhaps setting up a github with the tool and the results could be an option. The only catch is to check the delta regularly. I can have a look if ypu want whether that is feasible, setting it open source would allow users to run the tool for a specific headphone and store the results so you do not depend on a single person ?
Should be simple using VBScript with : wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jaakk ... r/results/
" to read in the files from the index and then convert the content. Maybe a VBScript Guru builts it in an hour (I need to Google a lot to get things running
) I have contacted the owner of AutoEq to ask if he would be willing to write the eq settings in XML as well to results
That might safe us some effort.