Originally posted by sanosuke
The whole idea of plugins is so that you can have a player that you want.
I do not need and do not wish for winamp to have native queue sheet support.
The plugin is there for this reason. USE IT.
Yes, I have to chime in here as well.
I've tried MP3CUE and quite frankly it's old, unsupported and just isn't up to par with WA 5.x; Furthermore, I am unable to get it to work correctly (or at all).
While it's easy for end users to ask for and demand features/functionality, versus what developers can and have time to do, I believe that there is substantial need and support for this feature so much so, that it should not be overlooked (much longer).
There are a LOT of features (and feature requests) of WA that I do not find useful, nor do they cause me trouble in attempting to do what I want/need WA to do, however, I do not begrudge people their right to ask for those features.
Lastly, even though EAC is probably the _PREMIER_ ripper for accurate, lossless (assuming use of such an output plugin) music, it still does not handle some scenarios in track-by-track mode, such as if the pregap before track #1 has anything in it other than silence (which, while uncommon) is occurring in music CDs nowadays.
I feel, that in order to experience the entire feel of the CDs (including gaps, pauses, pregap music, etc...), the only way to do that is via ripping the CD as an entire image, because Andre (author of EAC) is largely unwilling/able to account for these anomalies in track-by-track mode; Hence, the only way to accurately re-represent a CD in your home jukebox is to rip it via the image/CUE method, though alas WA does not support it.
Make it a feature of the Pro version and I'll gladly register a license for every computer I use Winamp on--it's that important to me (alot of us).
Anyhow, for more information on this issue (this necessitating the CUEsheet support), please read at least these threads on EAC:
Authors and moderators of Winamp: thank you for your time and consideration on this request.