Friday, January 18, 2008

Winamp 5.52

It's been some time since Winamp release their Winamp player application. In my opinion, Winamp is one of the most stable application that exists on Windows platform. I never had problems with Winamp so far (unless a bloated version causing slow response when Winamp 3 comes up that rapidly replaced by Winamp 5). Since the availability of Winamp 5.5, they have introduced a new skin called Bento and in the latest version, they made some improvements on it. Here's the latest Changelog for Winamp 5.52
  • Improved: Better Unicode filename support for enc_*.dll audio encoders
  • Improved: [ml_transcode] Unicode filename support
  • Improved: [in_mp3] APEv2 tag support
  • Improved: [in_flac] Support for reading/writing BPM metadata
  • Improved: [nde] Optimized for faster mldb query results
  • Improved: [vis_milk2] Pixel shaders now work on onboard Intel graphics chips
  • Fixed: Comment field character limitation in Basic Info tab of File Editor
  • Fixed: Playback Thread Priority middle setting resets to Lowest
  • Fixed: [in_mp3] Ultravox streaming metadata stack overflow
  • Fixed: [in_mp4] Crash when attempting to play non-existent files
  • Fixed: [in_vorbis] Crash when clearing existing metadata fields in File Info
  • Fixed: [in_wave] Transcoding of floating point WAV files
  • Fixed: [ml_transcode] Memory leaks
  • Misc: More miscellaneous general tweaks and improvements
  • Updated: Bento skin #118

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