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Old 26th January 2014, 17:52   #423
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Originally Posted by MrSinatra View Post
wow, that's pretty serious.

I think the best thing for you to do is to copy all your m4a files now, so if winamp destroys anymore, it only destroys the copy. and then that way you can identify and upload files to the winamp devs that demonstrate the issue.

just to be sure, do you have any 3rd party plugins at all? might be an idea to start a new thread in bug reports for this issue and post your info report.
Actually, already did the Winamp Info Tool thing earlier in this thread. Aside from video game format related inputs and the in_mp3.dll being dropped back a version .... No plugin changes.

As far as the m4as go ... for now I'll have to take a bit more care in what I send into the replaygain calculator. I'll have to isolate the casualties and then archive the rest as I come across them, external hard drive is a disorganized mess. The two casualties, I'll need to send off when I get paid to be repaired (yes, that can be done but at a price.)
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