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Old 23rd May 2017, 15:27   #54
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Originally Posted by Shmuel View Post
I'm running Windows 7, 64 bit and Winamp 5.666, using SHOUTcast v1 mode.

On the first try after "upgrading," the Shoutcast DSP plugin 2.3.5 worked for the first several songs I played, but on one specific song the output sounded choppy/sped-up/underwater. Upon reverting to version 2.3.3 of the Shoutcast plugin, the song played just fine. Further testing found these results to be consistent across two different streams.

Stream 1: MP3 encoder, 192kbps, 44100Hz, Stereo
Stream 2: MP3 encoder, 128kbps, 44100Hz, Stereo

Song: MP3, 48kbps, 22kHz, Stereo (VBR, encoded by LAME 3.98)

(Yes, I realize that the MP3 is encoded at a very low rate, but the beauty of the Shoutcast DSP plugin in prior versions has been that you don't need to worry about such things; if it plays in Winamp, it streams.)

I finally loaded this update last night and have been experiencing this exact problem ever since.

Was there ever a fix for it or do I need to roll back to the old DSP to get it to work right again?

Thanks for any attention.

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