- I don't know why people are bitchin' because of Nitrane's quality ... *hmmm* ... Okay, that 100 Hz-decoding-bug might be present, but Nitrane sounds better than the decoders of other MP3-players ( like f*ckin' Sonique, for example
). I am used to record my MP3s to tapes to listen to while driving, and Nitrane always gave me more than average results at all ... Once, I used the mpg123-plugin, which uses a decoder engine based on the mpg123-player for Linux, and the tape sounded noticably worse than those which are encoded with Nitrane ... Okay, you might go like " ahhh, your ears are f*cked up, and your recordings are on tapes anyway ... ", but this is my personal attitude, that many other people share ( don't they ?!
) ... In my eyes, the WinAMP Nitrane-decoder is the *BEST* decoder-engine available - Of course, it is not perfect ( may I mention the 100 Hz-decoding-bug ?! ), but it is way better than other decoders ... .. .
K, so much for that ...
I actually agree with the fact that Nullsoft suxx a little in the " keep-WinAMP-frequently-updated " - department ... I think they could really have fixed the decoding-bug of Nitrane and could have released a service-update for WinAMP / Nitrane just in order to fix that bug without adding any new features ... *sigh*
I am afraid for the day to come when AOL forces Nullsoft to place their ads and crap in WinAMP - If that happens, please make WinAMP shareware again ...
... I would not hesitate to register !!!!! Oh, speaking of AOL - All their free CDs they give away are REALLY kewl frisbees
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