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Thread: Winamp 5 Alpha 1




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    Thanks to my good friend Electronic Punk at NTFS.org we bring to you Winamp 5 alpha 1 for your Downloading pleasure.

    Nullsoft Winamp is a fast, flexible, high-fidelity music player for Windows. Winamp supports MP3, CD, Audiosoft, Audio Explosion, MOD, WAV and other audio formats, custom appearances called skins, plus audio visualization and audio effect plug-ins. additional features including free-form skins, a new decoder, built-in cross fade, and an advanced Media Library.



    Winamp 5 Alpha 1 :cheers:

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    In your blurb you mentioned Version 3.... :)

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    My bad! I just copied and pasted that bit :laugh:

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    Winamp 2 is as good ant takes less power to run!!
    If you take bunch of mp3 and press enter, winamp 2 will open and do a playlist with your items, with winamp 3 , multiples Winamp will open and play simultanely... what ****!
    That is why i use winamp 2.91!
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    Im another who will stick with 2.91, I tried 3, but it was the worst version by far, many bugs, Used a buttload of resources, and was odd nonetheless

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    I tired winamp3 a few times and I ended up sticking with 2.x as well.
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Unlike most people, I actually liked 3. It had it's problems, but I just liked it. I've got both installed on my system though, as a lot of plugins and hotkeys don't work in 3.

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    I'm still using 2.1

    It loads the playlist SO much faster than even most later 2.x versions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by syx
    Winamp 2 is as good ant takes less power to run!!
    If you take bunch of mp3 and press enter, winamp 2 will open and do a playlist with your items, with winamp 3 , multiples Winamp will open and play simultanely... what ****!
    That is why i use winamp 2.91!
    That's just based on whether you've set WinAmp to be able to run multiple instances at the same time.

    2.65 is the version I have used for God knows how long.

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    i used winamp 3 and dumped it just cos it is such a resource hungry app.
    then again it has issues with skins as well, where when you try to edit play list in few particular skins it simply crashes.

    though i have heard that Winamp 5 will be the solution as it will have looks of Winamp 3 and stability and strengths of Winamp 2 (3+2=5).
    i hope it is as good as they want it to be but then i won't install it unless i hear something really good about it ;)
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