New Winamp classic version released, fixes some problems

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#1

I just posted the article New Winamp classic version released, fixes some problems.

Odie used our news submit to tell us
that a new version of Winamp 2 has been released a few days ago. According to
the Winamp website this new version, 2.91, has the following…

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#2

i like the older 2.x Version more than the boring 3.x Release


#3

This still doesn’t fix a bug where I cannot play OGGs created with Ogg 1.0 encoded within EAC, although OGG 1.0 encoded within Cdex play fine, and both use the same exact codec.


#4

does eac slap some kind of extra header on that winamp doesnt expect?


#5

@Rhelic: Paste this in your browser for your answer: http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=130356
[edited by Wizard13 on 21.04.2003 21:28]


#6

Winamp 2.91 does a better job at videos than Winamp3. In Winamp 3, some clips had the sound and video out of sync. For OGG, I use EAC to rip the tracks and title the WAV’s, command line OGGEnc to encode them and VorbisTools to tag them :wink: All work well in Winamp 2.91. I use command line for nearly everthing since DOS 3.1 (before even Windows 3.1 days). To encode every WAV file in the current directory at 128kbps VBR, type the following :d: for %f in (*.wav) do oggenc “%f” -q4