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Old 29th October 2015, 15:32   #24
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The in_cdda.dll plug-in is being updated anyway since Gracenote's MusicID is no longer being used to provide track metadata and the Sonic code is too old to be relied on for accurate rips.

Is "cda://[drive letter],[track #]" a command line argument?

Thanks for the v2.1.3.14 update. I do not normally use Winamp to play CDs, but it's good to have a way to do so without having to disable X-Fade. Also, I've been using EAC (Exact Audio Copy) for ripping instead of Winamp.

The person who reported crashes trying to play CDs has not posted their Info Tool report, so what's causing that issue remains unknown. I doubt he/she is using X-Fade.

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