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foobar2000 v1.1.15 final, 2012-09-14
db1989
post Sep 15 2012, 12:45
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foobar2000 v1.1.15 final was released yesterday. As always, get it at http://www.foobar2000.org/, and feel free to use this thread as a go-to place for general discussion that doesn’t warrant its own thread.

Changes:
■ Added basic MusicBrainz tagging capability to the audio CD ripper.
 ■ CD ripper can now look up CD information automatically each time a new CD is about to be ripped.
■ Worked-around shell integration incompatibility with Windows 8.
■ Converter performance tweaks for multi-core encoding (beta 2).
■ Resolved incompatibility with Matroska files processed with mkvclean (beta 2).
■ ID3v2: “rating” tags now compatible with Windows Media Player (beta 2).
■ Resolved Converter incompatibility with new Opus encoder (beta 2).
■ Worked-around drag&drop incompatibility with Windows explorer read-only optical media (final).
■ Added an advanced preferences option to minimize the app on [x] close (final).
■ Worked-around NSIS installer incompatibility with Windows 8 address space layout randomization (final).
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post Sep 17 2012, 12:44
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As the subject seems to have outgrown its initial scope in this thread and was requested to be split by a main participant, here we are:
Discussion of v1.1.15’s changes to handling of rating field in ID3v2

Also, since I apparently need to be more specific, when I wrote “general discussion that doesn’t warrant its own thread”, I meant general discussion specific to v1.1.15 final, not bundles of unrelated personal feature requests or anything else that has no relevance to this version. Simply: threads about releases are for discussion about those releases.
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morganit
post Sep 17 2012, 16:04
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hi, thanks for new version
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Added an advanced preferences option to minimize the app on [x] close.

but when activated this option i cant close foobar2000 by rightclicking in taskbar. is this known? i suppose so.
nevertheless i just wanted to mention that
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Serge Smirnoff
post Oct 12 2012, 09:30
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Could somebody kindly confirm that Opus decoder in FB2K is capable of true 24bit output (by converting from .opus to 24bit .wav for example)?


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Peter
post Oct 12 2012, 10:46
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It operates on 32bit float so I don't see why not.


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Serge Smirnoff
post Oct 12 2012, 10:56
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QUOTE (Peter @ Oct 12 2012, 13:46) *
It operates on 32bit float so I don't see why not.

Thank You!


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DJAnonimo
post Oct 12 2012, 11:19
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Hello

I was able to convert a live streaming on version 1.1.14 after updated I'm getting a message that there is no seek.....
I'm back to 1.1.14, anyone know how I can capture a stream on new 1.1.15 ?

Thank You
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