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Otachan's in_!mpg123, Alternative Winamp mp3 playback plugin
amano
post Apr 15 2004, 17:23
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EDIT: Removed false information due to my new ditched unpack program (IZarc).

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cyde
post Apr 15 2004, 23:35
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This new release (ot67c) does not appear to fix the issue with the playlist and adding certain files to it.

ffs.
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post Apr 16 2004, 05:07
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QUOTE (cyde @ Apr 16 2004, 07:35 AM)
This new release (ot67c) does not appear to fix the issue with the playlist and adding certain files to it.

ffs.

Nobody said it would. Please watch your language.


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post Apr 16 2004, 05:17
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QUOTE (amano @ Apr 16 2004, 01:23 AM)
The zip file ONLY features the SSE2 version, not the normal or the SEE one (though there are the correct subfolders in the zip file).

That's funny, I find the zip for ot67c has three DLLs: normal, SSE, and SSE2.


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cyde
post Apr 16 2004, 05:52
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I don't see anything relating to watching my language to be worried about (in my post), but im not here to argue with you.

I'm assuming the first post that guy made about it not featuring the SSE versions might have gotten a bad download, as all the files are there, or maybe when it was first uploaded it was missing some files.

Either way, its all there, and it still suffers from the main *big* problem the prior version had.

The only working version I had was ot66b or whatever letter it was... the one before ot67.

/sigh.
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post Apr 16 2004, 23:02
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QUOTE (cyde @ Apr 15 2004, 02:40 AM)
Erm, kinda need/like the gapless :*(


i hope it gets fixed sad.gif

current tests show that i've got a working solution for the problem and will be shipped at least with 5.04 though i'll have a working public release a bit sooner (maybe even by the end of the weekend cool.gif )

so gapless/crossfade/other crap now works, yay

-daz
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post Apr 17 2004, 15:22
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QUOTE (Wizard @ Apr 15 2004, 08:35 AM)
QUOTE (smz @ Apr 14 2004, 10:18 PM)
Oh, yes, of course the MP3 files must be created by lame (>= 3.90 ??) cause the trick is lame inserting apropriate info about padding at the end in ITS tag...

BTW, I'm using "Otachan's in_mpg123 1.18 ot67", is it the same as yours, Wizard?

Yes, encspot reports lame 3.90 and the're vbr files. I'm using v1.18 ot67b. Thanks for your replies, smz. I'll test more tomorrow cause I won't be home by then. I'll use the Winamp diskwriter to see what it outputs and test the wavs it makes.

Well, for no apparent reason, ot67c fixed the gapless problem I've had with ot67b dry.gif
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post Apr 18 2004, 01:07
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EDIT: Removed false information due to my new ditched unpack program (IZarc).

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cyde
post Apr 21 2004, 11:41
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Any idea when the new, or a fixed release is coming out?

I still have problems adding certain files to my playlist.. mpg123 causes the Winamp Crash.
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post May 3 2004, 14:15
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It doesn't crash when modern skinning is disabled. Uninstalling and reinstalling a fresh version of Winamp 5.03 - same crashing when opening the file information dialog (ALT-3). Also tried Normal and SSE version (I'm using an Athlon XP), both the same.

I don't want to miss gapless playback and I also don't want to miss modern skins. Am I the only one experiencing this bug?
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post May 4 2004, 09:21
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QUOTE (fileman @ May 3 2004, 05:15 AM)
It doesn't crash when modern skinning is disabled. Uninstalling and reinstalling a fresh version of Winamp 5.03 - same crashing when opening the file information dialog (ALT-3). Also tried Normal and SSE version (I'm using an Athlon XP), both the same.

I don't want to miss gapless playback and I also don't want to miss modern skins. Am I the only one experiencing this bug?

Have you installed mp3infp before?


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post May 4 2004, 10:49
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Yes I did, I tried without mp3infp and later with it - both the same.
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post May 10 2004, 03:57
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Having read through this topic, I didn't see any mention about whether or not in_mpg123.dll will fully work on the last Winamp2 (x86) version. However after testing it in Winamp v2.91, I see that its ReplayGain functions for using the FB2K APE tag values for track gain and album gain do work. Though stopping and starting playback is a bit sluggish on my old Libretto 100CT I use a lot with its little P166 CPU.

When upping the value for preamp playback, things really start to slow down. And I guess the out_asio(dll)_042 gapless plugin isn't designed for Winamp2, as it doesn't see any audio playback devices on the system.

Does anyone know if any other Winamp2 plugins exist that support ReplayGain for both track gain and album gain? I've been using David Robinson's dsp_replaygain.dll and just disabling it for album playback. But it can't set the ReplayGain values to an MP3 tag, or read them.
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post May 10 2004, 04:19
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Hmmm... I installed Winamp v5.03, and out_asio(dll)_042 still isn't seeing any audio playback devices on the system. The 'Device' drop down setting menu is totally blank. The default out_wave.dll sees them fine.
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post May 10 2004, 07:42
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TakuSkan,

I doubt Libretto supports ASIO. Not all sound card drivers do, I*m afraid.

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post May 10 2004, 11:17
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QUOTE (Halcyon @ May 10 2004, 02:42 AM)
I doubt Libretto supports ASIO. Not all sound card drivers do, I*m afraid.

That was in the back of my mind to check. You're most likely right. But I'm finding that Winamp 5.03 is actually drawing fewer resources than the last 5.x version I've tried on this 100CT.... in_mpg123.dll runs better with 5.03 than it was on Winamp 2.91. And I find that using Christian Volmer's gapless out_nogap.dll plugin, I'm getting perfect gapless playback now! biggrin.gif

With out_nogap.dll and Winamp's default in_mp3.dll, there was always an almost imperceptible 'burp' when switching from file to file in a gapless album.

Now if I can just figure out if I can get rid of FB2K's burp.
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post May 12 2004, 09:55
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You could try a generic asio driver: http://www.asio2ks.de/

I haven't checked how they work, so no idea if it makes sense.
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TakuSkan
post May 13 2004, 00:51
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Hmmm... that's an ASIO driver for W2K & WXP, and I'm still running W98SE on my little Toshiba Libretto 100CT. If I end up going for one of the Echo Indigo IO sound cards, I'll have to upgrade to W2K, as Echo doesn't offer an W98 driver. So at this point, I can't even test the ASIO driver you're pointing to.
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post May 18 2004, 03:54
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Ver. 1.18y ot68 released.
in_mpg123_118ot68.zip Ver. 1.18y ot68 (684KB) (2004/5/18)
I can't understand what is being said well enough to say here.
Hopefully kjoonlee will see this and be able to help. biggrin.gif

I also noticed mp3infp Ver.2.45 English/Japanese/Chinese Traditional 2004/05/16

Thanks, tec
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post May 18 2004, 07:47
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It says something like "Changed the calculation method of samples, when a frame has an error"

(This translation is provided "AS IS". I take no responsibility if there's errors in the translation) tongue.gif
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cyde
post May 20 2004, 00:00
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WOOT.

The new OT88 Release has fixed all my prior problems and more, I love it.

Its perfect

Same with the new version of ASIO out, and mp3infp.
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kjoonlee
post May 25 2004, 06:38
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It looks like the kanji I've been interpreting as "fall" actually meant "crash." Ver. 1.18y ot69 is out. smile.gif


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post May 28 2004, 10:20
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Ver. 1.18y ot70

in_mpg123_118ot70.zip Ver. 1.18y ot70 (684KB) (2004/5/28)

The translation appears to say:
"Corrected bug in in_mpg123 which caused it to crash when size of streaming buffer was set too small."

At least I believe it says roughly that...

p.s. kjoonlee, I found a new site tonight, you may want to try it.
POPjisyo.com I don't see a Korean version though.

Bye, tec
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post Jun 9 2004, 08:02
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QUOTE (smz @ Apr 14 2004, 12:56 PM)
@Wizard:
A quick way to check which input plugin is handling mp3 files is to look at the "File info" of a playing mp3. If it looks the same way as before there is something wrong with your configuration.

Sergio

I'm just realizing that I can no longer get Winamp's old "View file Info" screen any more at this point, a month of getting the in_mpg123 playback working nicely on an old PI notebook running W98SE.

Having re-read this thread (about the only info anywhere on this I can find), Sergio's post here is the only post I can find that mentions getting a different "View File Info" window in Winamp5 (5.03). Instead, I'm getting the standard Windows file "Properties" popup window with the in_mpg123 plugin set up, instead of the standard Winamp file info screen.

I've read a few complaints about Winamp crashiing trying to access "View File Info". But I see no info on the problem I'm having here.

Has anyone seen this before, or know if it might be addressed?

Thanks,

Shel
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post Jun 9 2004, 08:48
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QUOTE (kjoonlee @ Feb 9 2004, 05:41 PM)
  • Tag editing functions are disabled; T-Matsuo's mp3infp is called externally instead. You need to install mp3infp to edit tags.

You can't use Winamp's default file info view if you use Otachan's in_mpg123.


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