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DJ Egg
10th May 2007, 17:14
Winamp 5.35
Winamp 5.35 Full (http://download.nullsoft.com/winamp/client/winamp535_full_emusic-7plus.exe)
Winamp 5.35 Pro (http://download.nullsoft.com/winamp/client/winamp535_pro.exe) (asks for key during install)
Winamp 5.35 Full emusic/bundle (http://download.nullsoft.com/winamp/client/winamp535_full_bundle_emusic-7plus.exe) (includes 'The Magic Position by Patrick Wolf' mp3)
Winamp 5.35 Lite (http://download.nullsoft.com/winamp/client/winamp535_lite.exe) (basic mp3/cd player)


What's New

* Improved: Current translation support of core strings and dialogs
* Improved: Correct theming of tabbed dialogs on WinXP+
* Improved: Various misc tweaks/improvements
* Fixed: More tabbing fixes in UI and Preferences
* Fixed: [in_cdda] CDDB crash with non-English characters in user path
* Fixed: [in_cdda] Gapless playback of mix CDs with Sonic Engine
* Fixed: [in_flac] Genre field truncated in Flac Editor
* Fixed: [in_mp3] Incompatibility with musicbrainz tags
* Fixed: [in_mp3] Long stream urls truncated in Alt+3 dialog
* Fixed: [in_mp3] Tracklength not showing for mp3's with large embedded coverart
* Fixed: [in_mp4] MP4 file parsing buffer overflow vulnerability
* Fixed: [in_vorbis] Cancel button in Vorbis Editor
* Fixed: [in_vorbis] Tabbing in Vorbis Editor
* Fixed: [in_wm] Artist and Title fields reversed in WMA Editor
* Fixed: [in_wm] Crash when attempting to play malformed ASX playlists
* Fixed: [ml_local] NOTHAS and != with empty fields
* Fixed: [ml_wire] (4294967295%) in sc wire downloads
* Fixed: [ml_wire] Podcast downloading bug (uninitialized variable error)
* Fixed: [pmp_p4s] Crash on sync/transfers
* Updated: [gen_jumpex] Jump To File Extra v0.99.1b

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Winamp 5.35 Essentials Pack (http://stashbox.org/21102/Winamp_Essentials_v5.35.exe)

Mirrors & Changelog

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notes

Notes:

Winamp 5.35 build 1305 (5.3.5.1305)

5.35 is basically a bugfix release.

The MusicIP Mix plugin (ml_xpdxs.dll) has been removed from Winamp while the Winamp team works on a new and improved dynamic playlist recommendation feature. In the meantime, apologies to anyone who used this feature. Sorry. As always, if you have any feedback on how you would like to see this feature evolve, please post your thoughts in the Forums. Thanks for all your great ideas and feedback and keep an eye out for updates.

Note, the plugin is still available at the MusicIP site:
http://www.musicip.com/mixer/index.jsp
known

Known Issues:

CD Playback & CDDB are broken under Win98/ME (more info)
Note: CD Burning under Win9x was already broken (as from v5.24)

update
Updates:

If you've been getting an "Error in Insert: 45001 -or- 8002000a" error message when trying to sync/transfer files to your PlaysForSure (P4S) Device (Sansa devices seem to be the most effected), then an updated/fixed pmp_p4s.dll is now available:
Download (http://stashbox.org/21655/Winamp535_Update_Pack.exe) | More Info (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?postid=2186944#post2186944)


______________________________________________
Old Winamp 5.34 Released thread (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?threadid=269831)
Old Winamp 5.34 Beta preview thread (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?threadid=267694)
Old Winamp 5.33 Released thread (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?threadid=265707)
Old Winamp 5.32 Released thread (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?threadid=260046)

DJ Egg
15th May 2007, 15:41
essentialWinamp 5.35 Essentials Pack (http://stashbox.org/21102/Winamp_Essentials_v5.35.exe)

Mirror 1 (http://meggamusic.co.uk/winamp/Winamp_Essentials_v5.35.exe) | Mirror 2 (http://www.sendspace.com/file/fq4mms) | Mirror 3 (http://www.mediafire.com/?eqzmt0wmuim)

Installer compiled by Koopatrooper


Changelog:

* New: Nullsoft Waveform Wrapper v1.0
* Improved: [Installer] removed reboot info text from welcome page...
* Fixed: [Installer] fixed tiny typo in English components page
* Updated: [enc_vorbis] fixed tabbing order in preferences (Thanks DrO)
* Updated: [Installer] German, French, Turkish, Polish and Spanish translations
* Updated: [Installer] to NSIS 2.27


Unchanged from 5.34:

* ALAC Decoder
* Find File on Disk
* Playlist Undo
* Lite'N Winamp Prefs
* ML Lite-N
* Skins in Submenu
* Kill Predixis/MusicIP.

Full changelog (http://meggamusic.co.uk/winamp/Winamp_Essentials_v5.35_Changelog.txt)

DrO
15th May 2007, 15:47
mmmm bugfixes, got to love em :)

-daz

Cianca
15th May 2007, 16:39
Again crash and hang when i create a new playlist for my Zen Micro :cry: :cry:

ParadiseFH
15th May 2007, 16:54
No vista fixes makes me a sad boy :'(

DJ Egg
15th May 2007, 16:58
@Cianca

Again? Where did you report it previously?
Is it using pmp_p4s (2.x firmware) or pmp_njb (1.x firmware)?

@ParadiseFH

Which fixes did you have in mind specifically?

DrO
15th May 2007, 17:01
ParadiseFH: what Vista fixes are you refering to? and 5.34 had some Vista compatability improvements unless there's something else you'd like to specify as being at fault

-daz

[edit]
doh, beaten by the silent edit

OlexijL
15th May 2007, 18:25
Hi everybody,

The new version 5.35 of Winamp has a bug in installer. In the dialog to choose the components it says "Custom" and not "Full".
If you have chosen "Custom" you will get all components, if you change to "Full", some components will be disabled or get "unchosen" status.

That means for me that the discription should be changed. If you want to have all components, please choose "Full" and not "Custom".

Please fix that.

DJ Egg
15th May 2007, 18:30
It's actually by design. USB Device Support (pmp_usb.dll) and ActiveSync Device Support (pmp_activesunc.dll) are not checked by default, and on purpose, because they are known to cause issues/conflicts under some systems, with certain hardware configurations.

DrO
15th May 2007, 18:31
that sounds like the known issue where it's using the previous mode but sets the text to the custom option. if your last install was a full one then you'd be seeing what you are i believe. it's a gui issue as such and has been like that for a while (though there's far more important issues with the installer than that as it doesn't really affect the install process)

-daz

Koopa
15th May 2007, 18:32
Originally posted by DrO
mmmm bugfixes, got to love em :)

-daz
Yeah, thanks "Dev team". ;)

Logy
16th May 2007, 05:00
Originally posted by OlexijL
Hi everybody,

The new version 5.35 of Winamp has a bug in installer. In the dialog to choose the components it says "Custom" and not "Full".
If you have chosen "Custom" you will get all components, if you change to "Full", some components will be disabled or get "unchosen" status.

That means for me that the discription should be changed. If you want to have all components, please choose "Full" and not "Custom".

Please fix that.

very interesting design issues!!!!
but when you selct from downlist menu and you click minimal you get full like just full...!!!
just curiosity what minimal for?

jmsallo
16th May 2007, 05:16
NOT HAPPY WITH 5.35!

- "Play Audio CD" from the menu doesn't work
- CDDB is *not* accessed
- Slowdown/skipping of audio CD's when Winamp in background (I just switch to Firefox and 15 sec later the music is slurred!)

As mentioned previously, the 'little TV' button doesn't work... How do I access the 'streams'?

I'm running Win98SE with all the patches (including the recommended WDM patch, just installed) and the Winamp PowerPack 5.35.

I'm back to 5.34 until Winamp works the way to which I am accustomed!

alnis
16th May 2007, 07:26
Hi there!
There is a bug in Winamp since 5.34. When I click on Winamp playlist window, then on some other program's window, and then on Winamp playlist (or taskbar button) again, only the playlist appears topmost, but main window and equalizer is still behind the other program's window.
Looks smth like HERE (http://img178.imageshack.us/img178/9100/winampnottopof1.jpg)
I am using Winamp classic interface on XP SP2.
I have Show Winamp in: --> Taskbar & System tray.
BTW, when I minimize Winamp and restore again, this bug is gone for a while.

DrO
16th May 2007, 08:16
Originally posted by jmsallo
As mentioned previously, the 'little TV' button doesn't work... How do I access the 'streams'?it's been like that since 5.22 when the media library was split into component parts (ml_* plugins). so you'd need to manually go to the online services section in the media library and then use things from there. there is an intention to find a way to get that working again but if so it'd be a low priority thing.

-daz

JacknLime
16th May 2007, 08:27
Originally posted by DrO
ParadiseFH: what Vista fixes are you refering to? and 5.34 had some Vista compatability improvements unless there's something else you'd like to specify as being at fault.

Going fullscreen in videos is still very jerky in vista. I can't remember the last build that worked with fullscreen in vista (I think it was working for a while at fullscreen in vista tho), but 5.34 and 5.35 are nice and smooth when first opened and the video is at normal size. But as you increase the video player size the video becomes more choppy and full screen is very choppy.

System:
Conroe 6400
2gig ram
vista ultimate.

Cianca
16th May 2007, 08:57
Originally posted by DJ Egg
@Cianca

Again? Where did you report it previously?
Is it using pmp_p4s (2.x firmware) or pmp_njb (1.x firmware)?


reported here (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?postid=2182233#post2182233)


i don't know what using :confused: :confused:

DJ Egg
16th May 2007, 10:14
@Cianca

Ohh, I don't look in there for bug reports. I look in the Bug Reports forum.
The only bug we knew about was the crash on sync/transfer,
not anything about a crash/hang when creating a new playlist.

I'm assuming here that your firmware must be 2.x, and therefore the Zen is PlaysForSure compatible and is using the pmp_p4s interface, because my Zen still has 1.x firmware using pmp_njb interface, and I can't reproduce the problem.

The easiest way to confirm is to disable pmp_p4s.dll and then see if your zen is still recognised. If no, then the firmware is 2.x. If yes, then the firmware is 1.x


@JacknLime

With Winamp closed, open winamp.ini in Notepad

Locate the following line under the [Winamp] section

video_gdiplus=

Is it set to video_gdiplus=0 or video_gdiplus=1 ???

1 = enabled // uses GDI+ renderer

0 = disabled (uses Hardware Overlay or DirectDraw method instead, depending on settings in Winamp > Prefs > Video)

Change it to the opposite of whatever yours is currently set to.

Save winamp.ini with your changes then restart Winamp.
Let us know if there's any difference.


Note: under Vista, winamp.ini will be found via:
%appdata%\winamp\winamp.ini

You can type %appdata%\winamp into the Explorer address bar and hit Enter
and it should resolve to one of:
c:\users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Winamp
c:\users\<username>\AppData\Winamp


@alnis

I can't reproduce that. Anyone else?
Is 'always on top' enabled for Winamp?
Is 'always on top' enabled for that other program you've got running, or for any other programs?
9x

@jmsallo

Oops. Yup, I can confirm that CD Playback is totally borked under Win98.
The only way I can get a CD to play is via:
The Add/Open Folder or File method, and browsing to the CD Drive.
CDDB doesn't work whatsoever.
The Rip & Burn view in the ML never detects the CD (says 'No CD')
Main Menu > Play > Audio CD doesn't work (just clears the playlist).

Hopefully this can be addressed and fixed - assuming we still even support Win9x.

In the meantime, you can use in_cdda.dll from Winamp 5.34 (http://stashbox.org/21854/in_cdda_534_Win9x.zip) | mirror (http://www.meggamusic.co.uk/winamp/in_cdda_534_Win9x.zip)

Note, I'm not sure if it only behaves this way if the Sonic Engine isn't installed.
I don't have a CD burner on this old text Win9x machine, so I keep Sonic Ripping/Burning Engine unchecked in the Installer Options.
Please could you confirm whether you installed Sonic or not?
(though, as far as I know, Sonic/Burning is also broken under Win9x too).

It's basically not looking too good for Win9x users.
Alas, official support for Win9x is as good as over. Sorry.


The only issue I can reproduce under WinXP is if the CD is playing and you're in, say, the Rip & Burn view in the ML, and then switch to another view with a lot of data, eg. a large stored playlist or the Local Media > Audio view, then there's a slight glitch in playback whilst the new view is loading.

k_kolev1985
16th May 2007, 10:17
HI,

Some time ago, I've reported that in DirectSound's options window, the TAB-ing (navigating with the TAB key in the dialog) was not possible. And some time after, that problem is fixed. I had to wait some time, but it's worth. Now, we (all blind and visually impaired users) can setup DirectSound preferences with no problems using a screen-reader. And again - THANK YOU!

Best wishes!

DrO
16th May 2007, 10:41
you should find that all of the preference pages should work with tabbing now along with some of the input plugins which didn't work (like out_ds and all of the other ones originally done by pp - though from what i gather there's still some potential quirks with the handling of those plugins with tabbing). i don't envy the poor sod who had to do all of those changes

-daz

DJ Egg
16th May 2007, 11:12
Originally posted by DrO
i don't envy the poor sod who had to do all of those changes

-daz ^^ Hahahaha. Funniest thing I've heard/read all day - so far, anyway.

Cianca
16th May 2007, 11:51
Originally posted by DJ Egg
[B]@Cianca

Ohh, I don't look in there for bug reports. I look in the Bug Reports forum.
The only bug we knew about was the crash on sync/transfer,
not anything about a crash/hang when creating a new playlist.

I'm assuming here that your firmware must be 2.x, and therefore the Zen is PlaysForSure compatible and is using the pmp_p4s interface, because my Zen still has 1.x firmware using pmp_njb interface, and I can't reproduce the problem.

The easiest way to confirm is to disable pmp_p4s.dll and then see if your zen is still recognised. If no, then the firmware is 2.x. If yes, then the firmware is 1.x



mmm in fact i'm stupid... i tought that was something related with winamp... my firmware now i see in display "1.11.01" and in fact i disabled pmp_p4s and all is right


please correct my bug :cry:

jmbattle
16th May 2007, 12:16
I'm running Win98SE...

[stops reading]

Really, I would prefer to see time spent improving WinAMP, rather than attempting to find work-arrounds for a dated operating system.

Keep up the good work chaps, cheers!

James
x

DrO
16th May 2007, 12:24
DJ Egg: i'll have to see if i can keep that crown for the rest of the day ;)

jmbattle: i'd prefer to see improvements to Winamp and not WinAMP (since that's an ancient bit of code now :) ). but yeah, to get more of newer things working, higher base specs are going to be required - is the same with anything like how due to the unicode changes, winamp won't run on win95/nt4 since those just don't support all of the api's needed for valid unicode support in the way that winamp's been coded.

as well, trying to support the win9x group of OSes is a nightmare at the best of times (personally i've just about given up any win9x testing now since it's too much hassle - tho xp gives more than enough issues at times, heh)

i can understand why people will use older OSes, like how i use win2k as my main OS still (though comes in useful for version testing, etc by using something different from others) but in those cases it's time to admit that you can't run the latest of things and have to make that compromise (i know it's possible to get custom winamp installs made from new+older versions but that's a nightmare to control and ensure it's all version checked right)

-daz

cormano
16th May 2007, 13:51
here's something different so far: i just want to say thanks for fixing the bug of disappearing tracklengths.

keep on truckin', guys.

jmbattle
16th May 2007, 13:51
Thank you DrO, you're a good chap.

Cheers,
James
x

ParadiseFH
16th May 2007, 15:31
Originally posted by DrO
ParadiseFH: what Vista fixes are you refering to? and 5.34 had some Vista compatability improvements unless there's something else you'd like to specify as being at fault

-daz

[edit]
doh, beaten by the silent edit

"Use skin or language pack font" under "Playlist" preferences doesn't seem to have any effect anymore on classic skins. Can you reproduce that?

DJ Egg
16th May 2007, 16:08
@ParadiseFH
I don't think that's a Vista-specific issue, because it doesn't seem to have any effect on any skin, classic or modern, and under any Windows OS.

[Edit]

Hmm, or maybe it does. Yeah, my bad, the option is actually still working fine on all OS'es - so I'm not entirely sure what you mean. Sorry.

ParadiseFH
16th May 2007, 16:59
Originally posted by DJ Egg
@ParadiseFH
I don't think that's a Vista-specific issue, because it doesn't seem to have any effect on any skin, classic or modern, and under any Windows OS.

Hmm. I'll double check when I get home and make you some purty screenshots tomorrow.

jmsallo
16th May 2007, 17:18
Originally posted by DrO
DJ Egg: as well, trying to support the win9x group of OSes is a nightmare at the best of times (personally i've just about given up any win9x testing now since it's too much hassle - tho xp gives more than enough issues at times, heh)
-daz

Well, at least someone else has issues with XP...


i can understand why people will use older OSes, like how i use win2k as my main OS still (though comes in useful for version testing, etc by using something different from others) but in those cases it's time to admit that you can't run the latest of things and have to make that compromise (i know it's possible to get custom winamp installs made from new+older versions but that's a nightmare to control and ensure it's all version checked right)

-daz

Again, glad someone understands why I still run Win98SE:

It is so easy to 'get under the hood' and tweak or fix things; not like XP and that crummy 'Recovery Console'.

Plus it runs *everything* released up to about 2005 and all of my old game favorites without any issues.

I've actually patched to have files greater than 4GB, Universal USB support, DST fix, etc... It's solid and way faster than XP (with all of its bloated overhead).

Anyway, I'm not here to discuss OS merits; 5.34 works fine. I see no mention that Win98SE is no longer supported by Winamp; 5.35 has the issues I mentioned.

'nuf said.

will
16th May 2007, 17:29
I still think you're wrong. Win98 is a disgusting operating system that should under no circumstances be used in a world where we have real operating systems.

If you like going "under the hood" get linux. If you want to run winamp, get 2k/XP/Vista.

Yusuke
16th May 2007, 19:19
Originally posted by alnis
Hi there!
There is a bug in Winamp since 5.34. When I click on Winamp playlist window, then on some other program's window, and then on Winamp playlist (or taskbar button) again, only the playlist appears topmost, but main window and equalizer is still behind the other program's window.
Looks smth like HERE
I am using Winamp classic interface on XP SP2.
I have Show Winamp in: --> Taskbar & System tray.
BTW, when I minimize Winamp and restore again, this bug is gone for a while.
Originally posted by DJ Egg
@alnis

I can't reproduce that. Anyone else?
Is 'always on top' enabled for Winamp?
Is 'always on top' enabled for that other program you've got running, or for any other programs?
9x
I've noticed that happening for the last couple versions now, but it doesn't happen that often. I've never posted any kinda bug report about it or anything, cause it never happens often enough for me to be bothered by it.
The only thing i have set to 'always on top' is windows task manager.

Chrissyx
16th May 2007, 22:10
Originally posted by jmsallo
I've actually patched to have files greater than 4GB, Universal USB support, DST fix, etc... It's solid and way faster than XP (with all of its bloated overhead).[/B]

I'm also using a patched 98SE, but how did you that 4GB thing? :eek:

jmsallo
17th May 2007, 03:43
Originally posted by will
I still think you're wrong. Win98 is a disgusting operating system that should under no circumstances be used in a world where we have real operating systems.

If you like going "under the hood" get linux. If you want to run winamp, get 2k/XP/Vista.

Whatever, Will... What do you run? What issues do you have?
(As there is no -perfect- OS!)

I would agree with you that the original Win98 is terrible and that ME is buggy piece of garbage.

But Win98SE is a gem!

I might setup a 2K PC for testing and I will be setting up a Linux box soon, but XP is as bloated as it is buggy (SP2 is almost a complete OS install)! Do you know that every time there is a lightning storm, I am doing a 'System Restore' with my fingers crossed on 2-3 PC's that stop booting at my office?!

And Vista?! You've got to be joking: $300 for an OS that *requires* a 2.5GHz+ Dual Core processor, 1GB RAM, 25GB HD space to install and a $200 graphics adapter JUST TO RUN can't possibly be good for anyone but Wintel... and there are so many pieces of hardware that -don't- work!!!

I have had no issues with Winamp prior to 5.35; just get the 'kinks' out... and stop judging others based on whatever OS they chose to run.

jmsallo
17th May 2007, 04:13
Originally posted by Chrissyx
I'm also using a patched 98SE, but how did you that 4GB thing? :eek:

I guess I have to PM you, as I can't seem to post anything that resembles a URL here.

JacknLime
17th May 2007, 07:27
Originally posted by DJ Egg
@JacknLime

With Winamp closed, open winamp.ini in Notepad

Locate the following line under the [Winamp] section

video_gdiplus=

Is it set to video_gdiplus=0 or video_gdiplus=1 ???

Mine was set to video_gdiplus=0 and I changed it to video_gdiplus=1 and it made no difference. I remember trying that in 5.34 as well and it made no difference with that version either. The vids are still jerky with it set at 0 or 1 for version 5.35 using vista.

Apart from that 5.35 is nice and dandy :)

pengwynman
17th May 2007, 08:24
Originally posted by JacknLime
Mine was set to video_gdiplus=0 and I changed it to video_gdiplus=1 and it made no difference. I remember trying that in 5.34 as well and it made no difference with that version either. The vids are still jerky with it set at 0 or 1 for version 5.35 using vista.

Apart from that 5.35 is nice and dandy :)

I'm having the exact same problem. i'm running vista 32 on a c2d e6600, 2gb ddr2 800 ram. i tried changing video_gdiplus from the default 0 to 1 and i'm still having the same problem, just like JacknLime.

also, i believe videos ran smoothly at fullscreen in 5.33... not positive that's the correct version though. i just remember them running well before i formatted my HDD and reinstalled vista.

DJ Egg
17th May 2007, 11:31
Hmm, we can't reproduce the video problem under Vista.
Fullscreen playback works fine with both gdi+ and overlay methods.

Is Aero enabled/disabled?

Are you using any extra 3rd-party plugins, or was this a clean install of 5.35 with no 3rd-party plugins?

What are your Advanced settings in Winamp > Prefs > Video?
Are all the overlay and synchronize settings checked (recommended!)?

Got the correct and latest vista-compatible video & audio drivers?

Checked your DirectShow Filters? (the most likely culprit)

For Vista, we recommend using the latest ffdshow tryouts (http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffdshow-tryout/)
for decoding all of divx, xvid, h263/4, mpeg2, etc.

jmbattle
17th May 2007, 11:43
jmsallo,

Give nLite and the RyanVM update pack a try - a fully up-to-date WinXP installation without the bloat.

Anyway, back to the topic at hand...Winamp is great.

Cheers,
James
x

pengwynman
17th May 2007, 17:52
Originally posted by DJ Egg
Hmm, we can't reproduce the video problem under Vista.
Fullscreen playback works fine with both gdi+ and overlay methods.

Is Aero enabled/disabled?

Are you using any extra 3rd-party plugins, or was this a clean install of 5.35 with no 3rd-party plugins?

What are your Advanced settings in Winamp > Prefs > Video?
Are all the overlay and synchronize settings checked (recommended!)?

Got the correct and latest vista-compatible video & audio drivers?

Checked your DirectShow Filters? (the most likely culprit)

For Vista, we recommend using the latest ffdshow tryouts (http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffdshow-tryout/)
for decoding all of divx, xvid, h263/4, mpeg2, etc.
tried disabling aero, fiddling with video options, i just did a clean install of vista last night, all drivers up to date, latest ffdshow, clean install of 5.35. still no luck.

ParadiseFH
17th May 2007, 20:58
Originally posted by ParadiseFH
Hmm. I'll double check when I get home and make you some purty screenshots tomorrow.

Ok, I lied.

I was looking for "Use skinned font for main window title display (no international title support)"

All is well. My bad.

papadoc
18th May 2007, 02:54
Still can't drag and drop the bookmarks around like we used to.
Any chance of getting that little issue resolved?

ujay
18th May 2007, 03:11
Not sure what you mean there papadoc, seems fine here.

Or is this with DrO's plugin ?

UJ

Ekeko
18th May 2007, 12:38
hello,
i am using windows XP SP2 and can not access CDDB. One PC says "CDDB not installed"... :(

please help!
Ekeko

papadoc
18th May 2007, 13:10
Originally posted by ujay
Not sure what you mean there papadoc, seems fine here.

Or is this with DrO's plugin ?

UJ
Hey there ujay.
Yep, I believe it's an issue with DrO's plug-in.
Just thought I'd remind him about it here though,
instead of dragging up an old thread.

DrO
18th May 2007, 13:19
i know, i've been bad in getting that issue resolved (well more in just getting around to implementing new code so that it'll work to begin with). it's not forgotten, just work has killed much of the time i have to work on my own stuff for a while

-daz

DJ Egg
18th May 2007, 13:22
New pmp_p4s.dll available (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?threadid=270944#update)

papadoc
18th May 2007, 19:32
Just giving you a friendly little nudge in that direction, DrO :D
Thanks for the reply my friend.

Moguta
18th May 2007, 23:29
Thanks for fixing the Genre field issue! Unfortunately, I've found another couple of bugs in the FLAC plugin. :(

* Pressing Enter in the FLAC File Info dialog closes the box without saving any tag information.
* Pressing Enter in the Comments field also closes the dialog rather than entering a new line, inconsistent with the behavior of the MP3 File Info box.
* The Comments field lacks scrolling or a scrollbar, and as such is limited to 5 lines. This is problematic when trying to store lyrics and such. I've also just noticed that it doesn't wrap text, either.

Alcahest
18th May 2007, 23:39
Was UTF-8 (real unicode) support added in in_mp3.dll in this new version 5.35? It seems not :/

pengwynman
18th May 2007, 23:45
having any luck reproducing the video slowdown at full screen? it's still bugging me....

pjn123
19th May 2007, 09:58
Originally posted by pengwynman
having any luck reproducing the video slowdown at full screen? it's still bugging me....

Do you have the correct drivers? I'm not talking about the stuff that MS supplied. My video issues got sorted when I installed the newest nVidia drivers for my card.

jph6t
19th May 2007, 13:27
I brought up the below issue once before while work was being done on the v5.34 Beta, but never got any feedback. Finally two releases later (v5.34 & v5.35), I got around to re-testing Winamps behavior. Everything is the same as it was in v5.34 Beta ... so my original question (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?postid=2174388#post2174388) remains ...
Originally posted by jph6t So I was tagging the songs in my Media Library (ML) this past weekend with their Album Artist information. Obviously, when it came to songs from the same Album
(that share a value for Album Artist) it was quickest to highlight all the given songs and select “Edit selected items…” and update the Album Artist for all at once.

Now as I went through my library I came across some songs that had other tags in need of tweaking. So take for example the update of Album name. My intention was only to update Album name, and NOT Album Artist.

As such, I used the “Edit selected items…” as pictured in the attached screen shot (http://forums.winamp.com/attachment.php?postid=2187383). Only the Album field was checked. Album Artist was NOT currently populated in the file’s tag, only in the MLDB (as a result of auto-population). Album Artist was NOT checked in the “Edit selected items…” window. When I clicked update, I later realized that ALL the values displayed in the “Edit selected items…” window were sent to the file’s tag (whether they were checked to be updated or not). As such, the Album Artist data that was auto-populated to my MLDB was pushed to my tags without my intention.

Now in the above example, I’m talking about using “Edit selected items…” on one song. But this same issue will occur when updating multiple songs if a value is displayed in the “Edit selected items…” (which will happen if the songs share the same value for a given field - a scenerio that will often happen with Album Artist).

Now I don’t know if this is truly a bug. This might very well be behaving as designed. I’m just pointing it out, ‘cause I think it’s creating a scenario where many users could accidentally update their tags. I’m not sure everyone using Winamp knows the difference between the MLDB and the ID3v2 tags and which commands in Winamp update which. I know I wasn’t until I played with “View file info…” and “Edit selected items…”.

I guess my main question/feature request/proposal is this:

Should the “Edit selected items…” window update* the ID3v2 tags with any/all populated fields, or only those fields that are checked when the user clicks the “Update” button.

*Obviously this assumes that the user has the "Update file tag(s) if supported" flag checked within the “Edit selected items…” window.

DJ Egg
19th May 2007, 15:37
My opinion is yes, it should update the tags if that info exists in the mldb but not the tags, regardless of whether it is checked or not.

I just came across a heap of .ogg files which had album metadata in the mldb only, but not in the vorbis comments (due to that bug in ~5.3 ish where 'edit selected items' was removing the album tag for .ogg files), and I fixed it simply by typing ?filename ends .ogg into the search, selecting all results > edit selected items > update.

It would have been a nightmare to manually find and edit each file/album separately, so yeah, thank god for that feature :-)

jph6t
19th May 2007, 15:59
Originally posted by DJ Egg
My opinion is yes, it should update the tags if that info exists in the mldb but not the tags, regardless of whether it is checked or not.Ok, but realize that with this approach ... combined with MLDB-only information ... functionally speaking, the end-user can no longer use "Edit selected items..."
on their songs, else their MLDB-only entry would be undone (written to the tag).

I don't particularly have a problem with this that approach, as I'm not aware of a situation where I would intentionally want my MLDB and tag out-of-sync.

It was just counter-intuitive to me that unchecked fields (http://forums.winamp.com/attachment.php?postid=2187383) were being updated.
With most other programs I've used, only the checked fields are updated.
(Although one could argue the checkmarks to which I'm referring only apply to the MLDB update, and it's actually the "Update file tag(s) if supported" flag that controls the update of the file's tags ... and that this flag is an all-or-nothing option,
as opposed to mirroring the selective update of the MLDB fields as controlled by the checkmarks on the above fields). Originally posted by DJ Egg
I just came across a heap of .ogg files which had album metadata in the mldb only, but not in the vorbis comments (due to that bug in ~5.3 ish where 'edit selected items' was removing the album tag for .ogg files), and I fixed it simply by typing ?filename ends .ogg into the search, selecting all results > edit selected items > update.

It would have been a nightmare to manually find and edit each file/album separately, so yeah, thank god for that feature :-) You still would have easily updated your .ogg files with the method I was proposing. You just would have had to CHECK the Album field before selecting 'update'.

DJ Egg
19th May 2007, 16:20
Originally posted by jph6t
You still would have easily updated your .ogg files with the method I was proposing. You just would have had to CHECK the Album field before selecting 'update'. Nope, that would wipe the album field and make it blank for all selected files.

The album field will be blank in the 'Edit Selected Items' dialog if multiple albums are selected. To do it your way, I would need to edit every album separately.
To do it my/the current way, all you need to do is select all albums > edit selected items > don't checkmark anything > update.

If you don't want it to also update the tags then you should uncheck 'update file tags', and that is all.

jph6t
19th May 2007, 16:27
Originally posted by DJ Egg
Nope, that would wipe the album field and make it blank for all selected files.

The album field will be blank in the 'Edit Selected Items' dialog if multiple albums are selected. To do it your way, I would need to edit every album separately.
To do it my/the current way, all you need to do is select all albums > edit selected items > don't checkmark anything > update. Ahh yes, I picture what you were doing now. I stand corrected. :igor:

However, I would point out that your scenario was created by a previous bug
as opposed to a usage scenario.

DJ Egg
19th May 2007, 16:34
Maybe so, but I can think of other instances where it would be useful...

For example, what if you decide to use some external autotagger, but aren't happy with the end results? You could then just use 'Edit Selected Items' in Winamp to restore the original tags.

What if you want to mass edit the Album Artist tags, ie. they're in the mldb but not in the tags?

There's other scenarios where it would be useful too, and to be perfectly honest with you, I doubt if this behaviour will change.
It makes perfect sense to me to have the tags and the mldb in sync, and this is one very simple way to achieve that.

To sync mldb to tags:
Edit Selected Items > don't check anything (other than 'update file tags') > Update

To sync tags to mldb:
Audio View > select all > right-click > Read metadata on selected

Basically, the checkmarks in the 'Edit Selected Items' dialog are there for when you actually want to edit a field.

jph6t
19th May 2007, 16:56
Originally posted by DJ Egg
It makes perfect sense to me to have the tags and the mldb in sync, and this is one very simple way to achieve that.DJ Egg, thanks for entertaining my concern, and discussing in the above posts.
I think you've addressed my concern. I just need to adjust my thinking to view the “Update file tag(s) if supported" flag as an all-or-nothing option … and by making such an adjustment, behavior on a single file update is completely intuitive.

However …

Your .ogg situation made me think of one last thing in the scenario when
“Edit selected items…” is used on multiple files.

When multiple files are selected, fields in the “Edit file info” window (http://forums.winamp.com/attachment.php?postid=2187383)
can be blank for 1 of 2 reasons: Because the value is null for all selected files
Because the value is NOT shared unanimously across all the selected filesIf the value is null (option #1), and update is selected, the tags on the selected file will be updated/cleared to match the MLDB.

However, if the value is different across the files (option #2), then the matching field in the tag will NOT be updated.

Right now … there is no way to know from within the “Edit file info” window whether option #1 or option #2 will occur upon clicking the Update button. When multiple files are selected, without a visual indicator of some sort, one really doesn’t know whether empty fields will be pushed to the tag or not.

JacknLime
20th May 2007, 04:19
Originally posted by pjn123
Do you have the correct drivers? I'm not talking about the stuff that MS supplied. My video issues got sorted when I installed the newest nVidia drivers for my card.

I'm not using nVidia so maybe it's an ATI video card compatability issue. I've got the latest catalyst drivers for vista and have a Radeon 1950 pro card and video playback is jerky at fullscreen.

pengwynman
20th May 2007, 07:02
Originally posted by pjn123
Do you have the correct drivers? I'm not talking about the stuff that MS supplied. My video issues got sorted when I installed the newest nVidia drivers for my card.

i've tried the latest stable nvidia release, plus a couple beta versions, to no avail. i didn't have any issues until i formatted, did a fresh install of vista, and downloaded 5.35. i hate it when upgrading downgrades performance.

jph6t
21st May 2007, 18:51
Originally posted by jph6t
When multiple files are selected, fields in the “Edit file info” window (http://forums.winamp.com/attachment.php?postid=2187383)
can be blank for 1 of 2 reasons: Because the value is null for all selected files
Because the value is NOT shared unanimously across all the selected filesIf the value is null (option #1), and update is selected, the tags on the selected file will be updated/cleared to match the MLDB.

However, if the value is different across the files (option #2),
then the matching field in the tag will NOT be updated.

Right now … there is no way to know from within the “Edit file info” window whether option #1 or option #2 will occur upon clicking the Update button. When multiple files are selected, without a visual indicator of some sort, one really doesn’t know whether empty fields will be pushed to the tag or not. DJ Egg (or anyone else) ... do you have a take on the case I logged above (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?postid=2187471#post2187471)
regarding the update of multiple files at the same time?

listeruk
22nd May 2007, 05:02
Synching TO my ZEN Vision M comes up with the error -

Error in Insert: 8002000a.

~sigh~

Sawg
22nd May 2007, 05:33
Did you try the update yet?
http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=270944#update

DBGARZA
22nd May 2007, 05:44
Any of you is having the problem that when you have Winamp 5.35 and the essentials pack 5.35 installed when you click on the playlist button on the bottom right corner on the playlist editor and select new playlist winamp freezes? also when this happens I noticed the CPU usage going up to 50% of use and I have to kill the process, if I uninstall the essentials pack winamp works fine when you click on new playlist.

in case you wonder I have a 3.20 Ghz Pentium 4 HT with 1 GB RAM DDR2.

I'm sure is one of the plug-ins in the essentials pack, I'll keep checking each plug in of it till find the culprit

listeruk
22nd May 2007, 05:58
Did you try the update yet?
http://forums.winamp.com/showthread...d=270944#update

Yes, in desperation I tried it, but the update is for the playforsure plugin, not ml_pmp.dll - plus it's a different error code.

And no, it didn't work.

DJ Egg
22nd May 2007, 10:40
@listeruk

All "Error in Insert" messages (including "8002000a - out of present range") are definitely PlaysForSure (pmp_p4s) related errors.

If your Zen has v2.x firmware then it'll be a P4S-compatible device and will be using the pmp_p4s.dll interface, not pmp_njb. So yeah, make sure you've installed the updated pmp_p4s from the update pack.

You can confirm whether your Zen is p4s-compatible by removing pmp_p4s and seeing if Winamp still sees your Zen or not.

All that said and done, we've looked into the 8002000a error message/code, and haven't been able to find any reason for why it happens, or what it even means.

Have you tried a clean install?


@DBGARZA

No, I can't reproduce that. Confirm that you've got all the latest versions of all the plugins included with the Essential Pack.
Try removing/disabling them one at a time, closing & reopening Winamp inbetween, until you find which of the plugins is to blame...
Also confirm that you're not using any other 3rd-party plugins which aren't included with the default Winamp installation.


@jph6t

I've said all I can and want to say on the subject.
If anyone else wants to contribute, please feel free to do so.

jph6t
22nd May 2007, 13:14
Originally posted by DJ Egg
I've said all I can and want to say on the subject.
If anyone else wants to contribute, please feel free to do so. I thought it was a valid observation, on a specific (easily overlooked) scenario.
I was just trying to help.

listeruk
22nd May 2007, 22:26
Just tried a clean install, and both without the updated pmp and with, I still get the 8002000a error.

ps: Winamp doesn't see the zen without the pmp_p4s.dll

DBGARZA
23rd May 2007, 00:33
@DJ Egg

I'll check that and I have no other 3rd party plug-ins except the ones of the essentials pack

Edit.

I found the culprit, it is the Nullsoft Waveform Wrapper 1.0 plug-in, I removed it and the winamp worked right with the rest of the essentials plug-ins installed.

DJ Egg
23rd May 2007, 14:24
Hmm, strange...

DJ Egg
23rd May 2007, 16:06
@listeruk

Could you please confirm whether this fixes the "Error in Insert: 8000200a"

http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?postid=2189096#post2189096

listeruk
23rd May 2007, 23:40
Confirmed - cheers!

DBGARZA
24th May 2007, 01:04
Originally posted by DJ Egg
Hmm, strange...

Yeah, it sure is strange, guess that plug in doesn't works well with all the systems or soundcards, who knows?

At least the problem in my side got fixed by removing it :)

DJ Egg
24th May 2007, 19:19
New pmp_p4s.dll available again, which now also fixes "Error in Insert: 8002000a"
(in addition to the previously supplied "45001" fix):
http://stashbox.org/21655/Winamp535_Update_Pack.exe

First post updated accordingly
http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?threadid=270944#update

Note, if you aren't seeing the "Error in Insert" error message on transfer/sync, or if you don't have any PlaysForSure devices and/or don't use pmp_p4s.dll, then you also don't need to install this update.

devils night
25th May 2007, 15:13
And Vista?! You've got to be joking: $300 for an OS that *requires* a 2.5GHz+ Dual Core processor, 1GB RAM, 25GB HD space to install and a $200 graphics adapter JUST TO RUN can't possibly be good for anyone but Wintel... and there are so many pieces of hardware that -don't- work!!! [/B]

Umm for the record i have vista running smoothly under a P4 2.0 GhZ with 630MB (roughly) of ram. don't have aero interface working though cause this is my test box and only has a blazing fast S3 trio64 video card :). Either way i have no reason to upgrade to vista XP is rock solid for me. But with 98SE to 2k or XP definetly glad to get an OS that is NT base and not the blue screening WIN9x OS'es like 98SE

DrO
25th May 2007, 16:49
Originally posted by DBGARZA
I found the culprit, it is the Nullsoft Waveform Wrapper 1.0 plug-in, I removed it and the winamp worked right with the rest of the essentials plug-ins installed. well that's strange indeed since i can't see how a input plugin would cause that sort of issue since they don't respond to those sort of actions (unless winamp's somehow asking it to query something else and it doesn't like it and goes into a loop). will see if i can repro anything but it's never been something to show up in the months that i've had it in a number of my test installs over different machines

-daz

hizsolt
27th May 2007, 00:15
To jmsallo's "NOT HAPPY WITH 5.35!" and the WIN98SE "problem":

I've simply overwritten the in_cdda.dll of Winamp_535 with those of the Winamp_534 (version: 3.32). So, using also WIN98SE nothing is wrong with CD playback, CDDB access and ripping - only the burning function fails as before.

Not a sophisticated method, but it works, at least till an other stucture-change arrives in ml.

P.S. Nice to read jmsallo's posts on preferring WIN98SE, I fully agree with them. My autoexec.bat copies the content of a dir. (containing e.g. system dat, user.dat. sys.ini, win.ini, taking care for attributes) to the win. dir. at every restart - so I always have a Windows what I saved before. In this aspect stability is worth more than flexibility.


Try the same,
Best Wishes - and sorry for the late post

DBGARZA
27th May 2007, 08:11
Originally posted by DrO
well that's strange indeed since i can't see how a input plugin would cause that sort of issue since they don't respond to those sort of actions (unless winamp's somehow asking it to query something else and it doesn't like it and goes into a loop). will see if i can repro anything but it's never been something to show up in the months that i've had it in a number of my test installs over different machines

-daz

Yeah it sure is really strange, I mean I never knew it was doing that to me till I accidentally clicked on new in the playlist menu options on the bottom right button on the playlist editor and Winamp freezed and remained with a 50% of CPU use, well at least it didn't used all of the CPU :p

Still I agree with you, I'm not even modified any settings on that input plug-in, I just installed the essentials pack and didn't modified anything on the installed plug-ins of the pack :weird:

Then again each computer is so different, for example my Winamp works fine for a while say an hour or two some times more but then all of sudden it shows that memory could not be "written" or "read" error and I have to close it, or if I leave it paused for a while it does that error too, or another error is that after a time of having the winamp open and I double click on a song in my list winamp it doesn't plays it, it just simply remains there without play it till I close and open it again. :weird:

But me I got used that already :p

cyu
28th May 2007, 00:12
Don't know if I am imagining things or if this has been going on, but my mp3s have been "skipping" when I browse the web. I don't believe this use to happen with 5.34.

Serpher
28th May 2007, 19:39
Hi,
I've got a problem with Winamp 5.35. I'm adding the mp3 files to the Playlist, then I'm sorting them and finaly I'm clicking a command 'Remove duplicated files'. It should remove only a duplicated files but it removing me much more! :eek: Almost half of my playlist is disappering in unknown way :( Not only a duplicated files. For example: I've got a 1393 files on the play list. When I'll add folder with missing files then is a 2142 files. After the commad 'Remove duplicated files' left me 'only' 836 files! It should be a 1536! Hard case...

Why that happening?

[Edit --> DJ Egg]

Crosspost alert! (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=271857) Please stick to one thread per topic.

blm07
28th May 2007, 22:32
Found something weird going on with some FLAC files I have: Winamp will not play a FLAC file that is mono, 32000hz, and 24bit. When play is pressed, there is only silence. Has this been reported?

DIFference
31st May 2007, 05:01
Hi,

I use Winamp 5.35 Lite. Essentials 5.35s find file on disk wont work. Nothing happens. Known bug? I have tried to reinstall it a couple of times.

Edit: Also having problem with Winamp krasching at start when having AMIP installed.

BugMaster
31st May 2007, 09:51
DIFference
For its work you need to install Jump To File Extra (http://nunzioweb.com/daz/jtfe_dev.html) or Winamp Full (because it also contain it)

DIFference
31st May 2007, 10:26
Originally posted by BugMaster
DIFference
For its work you need to install Jump To File Extra (http://nunzioweb.com/daz/jtfe_dev.html) or Winamp Full (because it also contain it)

I have tried Winamp Full. Not working anyway. I think something is strange with my Windows XP installation. Need to reinstall. AMIP crasches all the time, whatever I try.

DJ Egg
31st May 2007, 10:35
Originally posted by blm07
Found something weird going on with some FLAC files I have: Winamp will not play a FLAC file that is mono, 32000hz, and 24bit. When play is pressed, there is only silence. Has this been reported? Hmm, sounds like a weird combination to me... for FLAC or any lossless format anyway.
I can't promise anything, but we'll need a sample file (zip it up, upload to sendspace.com or mediafire.com, and post the download link here).

@DIFference
Yeah, that's weird. FFOD works fine for everyone else, so alas, I'm not sure what's going on there. Have you tried removing all other 3rd-party plugins, including amip?

DIFference
31st May 2007, 10:55
Originally posted by BugMaster
DIFference
For its work you need to install Jump To File Extra (http://nunzioweb.com/daz/jtfe_dev.html) or Winamp Full (because it also contain it)

_remove_

BugMaster
31st May 2007, 11:01
DIFference
Check that you have both gen_find_on_disk.dll and gen_jumpex.dll in Plugins directory.

DIFference
31st May 2007, 14:21
Originally posted by BugMaster
DIFference
Check that you have both gen_find_on_disk.dll and gen_jumpex.dll in Plugins directory.

Reinstalled windows. installed winamp full and essentials and find file on disk works fine now.

when having amip installed. winamp crashes for a few times before starting okej. lol

Chrissyx
1st June 2007, 00:06
I don't know, if i should report this as a bug, but it looks like, FLAC support is broken under 98SE. Didn't tested yet with XP. By playing a FLAC file, winamp just skips it and also don't display any infotags - the fields are plain empty, although the playlist shows the correct title. After installing FLAC input plug-in v1.1.2a (http://www.facquet.com/rubrique67.html), displaying tags and playback works well, so i guess, there's something wrong with the Nullsoft FLAC support... :weird:

Chrissyx
1st June 2007, 20:41
Tested with XP, runs all fine... Obviously a 98SE issue. Can anyone confirm this?

blm07
3rd June 2007, 09:06
Here is the link:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/bvt6gi

I know its a odd combination, but I've been sent some unique files in that format and I don't want to re-encode the files (due to quality).

Thanks for looking into it.

Bejron
3rd June 2007, 16:30
I'm sorry to say but the last 2-3 versions (including current one) of Winamp have not really worked for me as it should.
I have experienced alot of crashes.

Just stopping a song and winamp stops responding and eventually crashes. It happens from time to time, sometimes I don't even have to try and do anything except move the window when it goes down. It's not a specific function that causes the problems, it can be caused by nothing or anything.

I can't seem to find a pattern in it more then that it have started after the last 2-3 versions something.

More strange behavior that has come with this is that sometimes when I try and get the Winamp window to the front by clicking on it in the toolbar, the playlist and media library comes to front but not the player itself.

And the global hotkeys only work from time to time. Sometimes I have to activate the player window for them to work, sometimes they don't work at all.



:cry: :cry: :cry:

DJ Egg
3rd June 2007, 21:01
@blm07
Thanks for the sample file. Problem reproduced, and hopefully we can get it resolved for the next release.


@ChrissyX
As already stated, alas, we won't be supporting Win9x at all soon, so if anything doesn't work on Win9x any more then it's very unlikely that it will ever get fixed.
Is in_flac.dll definitely in the Winamp\Plugins folder?
Does the Nullsoft FLAC Decoder plugin (in_flac.dll) show up in Prefs > Plugins > Input?
If not then chances are that there'll be a missing dependency somewhere.
See if Dependency Walker (http://www.dependencywalker.com/) reveals anything (load in_flac.dll into it).


@Bejron
We can't reproduce the problem. Post in Tech Support instead,
and be sure to read the Info Required (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?threadid=161361#specs) sticky first.
In most cases like yours, it usually turns out to be an old/incompatible 3rd-party plugin to blame.

Chrissyx
3rd June 2007, 23:29
Originally posted by DJ Egg
@ChrissyX
As already stated, alas, we won't be supporting Win9x at all soon, so if anything doesn't work on Win9x any more then it's very unlikely that it will ever get fixed.
Is in_flac.dll definitely in the Winamp\Plugins folder?
Does the Nullsoft FLAC Decoder plugin (in_flac.dll) show up in Prefs > Plugins > Input?
If not then chances are that there'll be a missing dependency somewhere.
See if Dependency Walker (http://www.dependencywalker.com/) reveals anything (load in_flac.dll into it).

-in_flac.dll is in Plugins folder, dated 5/15/07
-Shows up in Input as "Nullsoft FLAC Decoder 2.01"
-Just in case, i've attached a screenshot of that Walker tool loaded the dll.

btw: Winamp crashes, when i select the dll in the Input list and click on "About"...
And please don't drop 9x support so soon! :(

DJ Egg
4th June 2007, 01:31
And libflac.dll is in the Winamp root folder?

jmbattle
4th June 2007, 01:36
[quote]we won't be supporting Win9x at all soon...[quote]

A brave decision chaps, but one that will ultimately benefit Winamp.

Keep up the good work,
James
x

DJ Egg
4th June 2007, 18:14
Originally posted by blm07
Here is the link:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/bvt6gi

I know its a odd combination, but I've been sent some unique files in that format and I don't want to re-encode the files (due to quality).

Thanks for looking into it. You need to have the 'allow 24bit' option enabled in Prefs > Playback.
It's fixed for the next release so you'll be able to play 24bit flac files even with that option disabled (will auto downsample to 16bit).

Chrissyx
4th June 2007, 18:35
Originally posted by DJ Egg
And libflac.dll is in the Winamp root folder?

Yep, libFLAC.dll, also dated 5/15/07.

I've attached a screenshot, how a flac file appears in the tag-editor.

blm07
4th June 2007, 20:38
Ah thanks, yeah that makes sense and it worked. I'll probably just leave it on, I think my sound can handle it anyway.

theandaid
8th June 2007, 00:19
I upgraded recently from some old 5.1x version to 5.35
I don't know what happened in the meantime, but now, each time I start up Winamp, I get this Windows ActiveSync setup thing, asking me to "Get Connected". I don't want to get connected, I just want to listen to music without having to cancel that crap every time ><
I even removed pmp_activesync.dll, but to no avail. Still pops up. Please help.

DJ Egg
8th June 2007, 00:24
If you definitely removed pmp_activesync.DLL then the popup is no longer anything to do with Winamp. At a guess, the plugin must still be installed...

theandaid
8th June 2007, 00:48
allright, the plugins !!
well, i removed all the other ones (plays for sure, some usb thing, and another one - i have ipod so i left ipod just in case, even though i still use iTunes because winamp and iTunes import files in a different way)
anyway, no activesync popups anymore. weird. :D
thx for the hint, Egg-dude. Groove on !

osmosis
19th June 2007, 04:25
I'm still having issues with the transcoder locking m4a files after transcoding to mp3. the files stay locked until Winamp is exited, and if they are manually unlocked without doing so (a la Unlocker), then Winamp will eventually crash and take Explorer.exe along with it. [XP SP2]

Juanus
19th June 2007, 18:00
hi Devs...
This has been an awesome build. So awesome in fact that I have only found one "problem" so far,
When you are ripping an album that is a compilation now the filename is tagged with <artist> - <title>, however, the playlist that is created is below.

#EXTINF:194,Various Artists - China Grove
12 - The Doobie Brothers - China Grove.mp3

So when you load up the playlist, you see various artist until the file is played.

Not a big deal, but I thought it would be interesting for continuity.

Thank You.

DJ Egg
19th June 2007, 19:11
So change it to <Albumartist> - <Title> then
(as far as I know, <AlbumAartist> is supported, though I'm not 100% sure)

Juanus
19th June 2007, 19:44
I am sorry, maybe I misunderstood what you were saying or I didn't explain myself correctly.
The names of the individual files are correct and that is how I would like them to appear,
ex. 12 - The Doobie Brothers - China Grove.mp3
and the name of the actual playlist is great also
ex. Various Artists - Loyal Loopers- Rock! Volume 1.m3u

I am talking about when the playlist is loaded into the playlist editor. the entry is loaded as
Various Artists - China Grove
until the entry is actually played.

As far as I can see, there is no way to change that.

DJ Egg
19th June 2007, 19:52
You mean the auto generated playlist thing (Prefs > CD Ripping > Playlist Generation)?

Hmm, I never even use that feature (have had it unchecked since day one).

I guess those must be hard-coded to write <Artist> - <Title> for #ExtInf
and don't follow ATF syntax.

So yeah, there's not much you can do about that, heh...

other than to do what I do and load them from the ML instead (eg. via the Recently Added view).

Juanus
19th June 2007, 20:39
EXACTLY!! Thank you.
Unfortunately, your trick would not work for me, but I was happy that I could bring the issue to your attention. Maybe it will be changed... maybe not. Its not a major issue.

second, I am surprised that you are not creating playlists automatically. It has been a godsend for keeping everything organized. Each album gets its own folder and playlist. This way things don't get jumbled.

Chrissyx
25th June 2007, 19:08
Anything new regarding the 98SE FLAC issue?
btw Please note, that this (http://www.facquet.com/en/projects-4/winamp-plug-ins-9/flac-bundle-65/flac-input-67/download-78.html) FLAC plugin almost works perfectly. At least, you can play and edit FLAC files, but not both at the same time. :D

Mr.Buuz
27th June 2007, 12:35
In my opinion Winamp works fine, maybe because i use Windows ME.

Yusuke
27th June 2007, 19:44
Originally posted by Mr.Buuz
In my opinion Winamp works fine, maybe because i use Windows ME.
Windows ME.. LOL

knalsite
7th July 2007, 00:15
Originally posted by pengwynman
having any luck reproducing the video slowdown at full screen? it's still bugging me....
I'm having the exact same problem. My video card is a ATI Mobility Radeon X1600. I had the problems with the Microsoft drivers as well as with the latest from ATI. I use ffdshow for playing video files and don't have any problems in Windows Media Player. The problems disappear when Aero is turned off... Any luck yet on reproducing this bug?

Originally posted by pengwynman
tried disabling aero, fiddling with video options, i just did a clean install of vista last night, all drivers up to date, latest ffdshow, clean install of 5.35. still no luck.
Little difference over here: disabling Aero gives a smooth full screen video.

bunklung
10th July 2007, 22:27
Originally posted by DJ Egg

Updates:

If you've been getting an "Error in Insert: 45001 -or- 8002000a" error message when trying to sync/transfer files to your PlaysForSure (P4S) Device (Sansa devices seem to be the most effected), then an updated/fixed pmp_p4s.dll is now available:
Download (http://stashbox.org/21655/Winamp535_Update_Pack.exe) | More Info (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?postid=2186944#post2186944)



I'd just like to add my experience with this patch/problem. I own a Dell DJ 30G, 2 actually. When I use Winamp 5.35 on my WinXP Pro installation/PC, Winamp recognizes the player as "Cote" or "Linda" depending on which device I am using. WMP does the same. Winamp 5.35 works unpatched on this PC with both devices.

On my other PC I run WinXP Home! When I use Winamp it lists the devices as "Dell DJ" and NOT "Linda" or "Cote". WMP however DOES recognize the device by it's correct name. Interesting... Also, I get the "Error in Insert: 8002000a" message when I try to transfer music to the players. When the patch is applied, it works flawless.

When I read your description of the problem, I figured it might be useful to add that it maybe partly an XP issue and not just a player specific issue. Also, why is Winamp not recognizing the devices by it's name in Win XP Home?

boggy21ct
14th July 2007, 19:49
I can't install Winamp

I had a problem with winamp, i was constanly having problems with winamp which crashed everytime i was using shoutcast so i decided to uninstall it, i downloaded the verison from URL submitted by user. but when i try to install it alot of errors apear... and this happended on the office pc to... that means that i can use winamp any more... All the DLL files have the same problem


PS: i'm using a licenced XP SP2

crosspost (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=274364)

Rescator
16th July 2007, 22:16
As this is somewhat related to Winamp installation,
I'd like the devs to take a peak at this:
http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?threadid=274465
Shoutcast Source DSP 1.9.0 installer has a very old version of enc_aacplus.dll
So that nice up-to-date encoder that the 5.35 (and onwards) has will be replaced by a old one from way back in 2005.
More details and how to reproduce the issue is in that thread!

Ok! What's up with trying to post urls here? Even local urls of the forum doesn't show?
The url is showthread.php?threadid=274465

CraigF
17th July 2007, 08:43
Rescator, thats a good point. I'll take that into account when/if i ever deploy a newer version of the anti-spam feature. thanks!

Cianca
20th July 2007, 22:55
mmm winamp?



great features in development? :D

DJ Egg
21st July 2007, 00:36
Yup, there sure is :-)

Cianca
21st July 2007, 17:32
some indications? :p

DrO
21st July 2007, 18:05
it's being re-written for the atari ste and maybe the amiga 500 (oops, did i just let that out)

-daz

Cianca
21st July 2007, 19:14
:p

Serpher
26th July 2007, 22:04
There will be the new version of Winamp? ;z since 2 months there was no new vesion...

DrO
26th July 2007, 22:42
when it's ready (as is the norm) and does it really matter how long it was since the last release ;) (if it's too soon people moan and if it's too long people moan so it's a lose-lose situation whatever the case). plus the dev team are allowed to have some time off from coding...

-daz

ogogi
28th July 2007, 14:56
Thank you man, nice player.

Serpher
28th July 2007, 19:51
@DrO
But now are some works with new version of Winamp?

DrO
28th July 2007, 20:28
there's always work going on, just people don't see it until you get a new release or if a bug fix is refered to in a thread (as a number have since 5.35's release).

-daz

Serpher
28th July 2007, 22:54
Thanks for answer.
A lot of time passed since last release. I gues that will be many improves and fixes in new release.

CraigF
30th July 2007, 14:13
maybe :p

nferrin
30th July 2007, 23:41
I too am having problems with poor performance playing videos. I experience the same symptoms. It gets worse the larger you increase the video size, and the worst is full screen. I also tried to disable Aero, and it helped slightly, but muy cpu still stays pegged (cpu0 100% cpu1 20-100%) i have 2 Opteron 2.2ghz CPUs, and a GeForce8800GTX. My computer performs as poorly as my old 266Mhz Laptop! I just happened to be perusing through the NVIDIA 163.11 Driver release notes and came across this under the Unsupported Features section:

The following are features and functionality that were available in driver releases supporting Windows XP, but are not available in driver releases for Windows Vista:
...
• Video Overlays
This is an operating system limitation.
Vista window manager features will provide new ways of acomplishing overlays, but will require application porting.
...

So it looks like microsoft has done it again, and just disabled overlays. They are probably marketing it as a "feature" too. So does anyone know how to get ovelay support back in windows, or if and when Winamp will be ported to work with "Vista window manager"

-nferrin

THEOUROBOROS
12th August 2007, 01:24
the playlist still locks the last played file preventing moving or editing it.

rong889
15th August 2007, 14:09
nice.......................

rong889
15th August 2007, 14:11
nice.........................

CraigF
16th August 2007, 10:11
aww, no pagerank for you.

DJ Egg
22nd August 2007, 18:26
<------------------ cut here -------------------->

Winamp 5.36 Public Beta (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=276248)

kuritzky
31st October 2007, 21:09
The link to download 5.35 (in the first message in this thread) is dead: it helpfully sends you to a page that lets you download 5.5. Is there any way to download 5.35 now?

siebe83
31st October 2007, 21:45
Yup:
http://winampheaven.net/old.php?major=5

bentrem
23rd December 2007, 03:12
Originally posted by DJ Egg
[b]Winamp 5.35
Winamp 5.35 Full (http://download.nullsoft.com/winamp/client/winamp535_full_emusic-7plus.exe)
Winamp 5.35 Pro (http://download.nullsoft.com/winamp/client/winamp535_pro.exe) (asks for key during install)
Winamp 5.35 Full emusic/bundle (http://download.nullsoft.com/winamp/client/winamp535_full_bundle_emusic-7plus.exe) (includes 'The Magic Position by Patrick Wolf' mp3)
Winamp 5.35 Lite (http://download.nullsoft.com/winamp/client/winamp535_lite.exe) (basic mp3/cd player)

Yaaaaaa right.

Have you had some management coup there? For the record: I've been using WinAmp since day 1. It's one of the apps I point to as free of f*** you. Til now.

a) you sandbag Win98 users
b) staff on the forum basically say "We can't be bothered with you)
c) the download to revert to 5.35 brings up the 5.51 download page.

I've reverted ... I'm no dummy: I always store apps' previous version installation ZIPs.

But I gotta tell you: WinAmp is dead.
I don't know who assassinated that good attitude, but apparently it's gone.gone.gone ... and we all lose from that.

bdt

DJ Egg
23rd December 2007, 03:30
Hmm, no, Winamp is well and truly alive and kicking.

Win9x is dead. Microsoft said so, not us :-/

We did plan to put a link in the popup error message for where you could download v5.24 (the last fully functional version under Win9x // note that some aspects don't even work on Win9x in v5.35, mainly CD Burning, Playback & CDDB - or at least not properly anyway, if at all).

The main thing for 5.51 was that we prevented it from installing on Win9x first (like it did in 5.5).

For now, all old versions are available here:
http://www.winampheaven.net/old.php?major=5
http://www.filehippo.com/download_winamp/
http://www.oldversion.com/program.php?n=winamp