foobar2000 - Updates

Begonnen von wallawalla, 23. April 2006, 08:22:12

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grimes

foobar2000 v1.4.2 beta 1
2019-01-03

ZitatThis is a maintenanace update focused on addressing known bugs.
A major update with new features is being worked on separately.


ZitatAdded new iTunes ID3 classical fields.
Improved playlist behaviors when deleting the now playing file.
ReplayGain apply-gain-and-prevent-clipping no longer presumes 1.0 peak when peak is unknown.
Fixed occasional errors when saving configuration.
Converter: Improved behavior when output file names repeat.
Fixed HTTP client bugs (internet radio, network shares).
Made MP4 files with missing duration info playable.
Windows 10 Universal Volume Control integration disabled by default due to bugs. This should address "multimedia keys don't work" issues.

grimes

foobar2000 v1.4.2 beta 2
2019-01-10

ZitatFixed a bug that would cause spurious rewrites of certain configuration files [beta 2].
Made default MP4 handler gracefully fail to decode files with no supported audio tracks - so another decoder lower on the list can handle them [beta 2].

grimes

foobar2000 v1.4.2
2019-01-21

ZitatAdded new iTunes ID3 classical fields.
Improved playlist behaviors when deleting the now playing file.
ReplayGain apply-gain-and-prevent-clipping no longer presumes 1.0 peak when peak is unknown.
Fixed occasional errors when saving configuration.
Converter: Improved behavior when output file names repeat.
Fixed HTTP client bugs (internet radio, network shares).
Made MP4 files with missing duration info playable.
Windows 10 Universal Volume Control integration disabled by default due to bugs. This should address "multimedia keys don't work" issues.
Fixed a bug that would cause spurious rewrites of certain configuration files [beta 2].
Made default MP4 handler gracefully fail to decode files with no supported audio tracks - so another decoder lower on the list can handle them [beta 2].
Worked around an "Open..." dialog lockup with lots and lots of supported file formats provided by third party components [final].