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Mp3CoolPlay-X 4.3      

Size:   1.87MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2008-06-23

Submit Date:   2008-06-23

OS:  Win 98/ME/2K/NT/XP

Downloads:   20858

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10


USER RATING

3.55

(11 Votes)

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Software Product Description

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Mp3CoolPlay is a audioplayer that can play various audio formats such as mp3, ogg, xm, mod, mid and wav. Mp3CoolPlay has very high audio quality and also uses low system resources so you can play music with it even if you are doing other things in Windows. Mp3CoolPlay has spectrum analizing, scrolling songnames, an audio enhancer and many more nice functions like a playlist library and the ability to skin the interface.

What's New in version 4.3:

  • Removed a bug from the 'Jump to time' function, this bug caused hours to be counted as seconds, resulting in jumping to an incorrect position.
  • Removed a bug which caused the 'Play next' function to select the wrong song when items where deleted from the main playlist.
  • Now the 'Play next' function also triggers when the next song button is clicked in the main window, before it was only triggered when Mp3CoolPlay-X auto advanced in the list.
  • Solved a problem which caused the wrong song to be played after removal of several items from the main playlist. Instead of playing the next item in the list, it jumped 2 items too far, ignoring the items in between.
  • Updated the STDOUT dialog with the ability to select the output path for the encoded files.
  • Added file checking to the CUE extract funcion, this because the extract function only works on mp3 files.
  • Removed a bug which caused the EQ DSP (when active) to become inactive after opening the DSP settings dialog. This caused 2 EQ DSP's to be applied to the output when reactivated, and one of them unable to be deactivated.
  • Improved the spectrum analyzer scaling, now the full spectrum is rendered.
  • Removed a bug which caused the music to continue playing while quickly starting another song from a new created list, making the previous song unstoppable. This only happend with the fade option enabled.

USER REVIEWS

"WHAT????"

Reviewer: -OTM77

Review Date: 2007-08-29

Pros: None

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: Ok this maybe is good if you have less that 100 songs in your library, you can´t browse for artist album genre etc.

3.55

Average Rating

(11 Votes)

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