Tuesday, March 22, 2011

StealthAudioPlayer: Now Playing

Continuation of Minimalist Audio Player, ASIO Support (and WinXP), Cue Sheet Support And StealthAudioPlayer and StealthAudioPlayer: Next Step

Version 0.1.9
  • Buffer size aligning in WASAPI bug fixed. .... SQ!?
  • When opening a folder with SAP changed to not processing m3u playlists inside that folder.
  • After fast forwarding (un-pausing), not exiting right away when the last track ends. Fixed.

    Version 0.1.8
    • Playback has been slightly modified which allows for a new setting - N_Setting=1 in the StealthAudioPlayer.ini:
          By default N_Setting=1 and it does not change anything (no change in SQ for example). On the other hand Setting=0 is more "optimized" but may change SQ.
            • When playing folder with right click files are played in alphabetical order now.
            • Add Autohotkey script for media keys. See Autohotkey website for details.
            • Add the current m3u playlist "StealthAudioPlayer.m3u". Preserves current playlist after exit. It also shows currently played track. You can open it in notepad and use it as "Now Playing" functionality. So now when StealthAudioPlayer.exe starts without parameters it will resume the StealthAudioPlayer.m3u from the saved track.
            • Pause does not show a dialog anymore. It exits preserving StealthAudioPlayer.m3u and also remembers current track position in the current m3u playlist StealthAudioPlayer.m3u. When you start pause.bat again it resumes at the saved position of the current track.
            • *.wv files added to the converters list. You need to add the following line to the [Converters] in StealthAudioPlayer.ini
                    wv=sox\sox.exe %1 temp.wav
                    • InstallStealthAudioPlayer.bat should be run for some of the above changes to take effect.
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