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Old 06 March 2005, 04:50 pm   #1
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Default Winamp plugin odd behaviour

Not sure whether this should be posted here or in the winamp forum. I only have mpc files, so can't tell whether this is a musepack thing or a winamp thing. Let's try here first...

I have winamp set to start playing my playlist on startup, with both randomise and cycle set. Not sure whether that's relevant, but that's how it's set up. I have replaygained all my tracks, and have winamp set to replaygain on (track based), clipping off.

Anyhow, after a track finishes and before the next track starts, I often (but not always) hear a jumbled sound for a second or two, like you hear when you hear a track being rewound, or a badly skipping track.

Most times it sorts itself out and gets on with the next track. Sometimes it just stops, and I have to play the tracklist again to get it going again. Sometimes, more rarely, winamp just goes bonkers, and doesn't clear out of the "skipping" jumble, causing system instability. I had to do the 3-finger salute once to end the winamp process and to get things back to normal.

Of course, it may be my system. I'm using Windows XP Home SP2.

Anyone experienced this?

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Mike
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Old 18 March 2005, 08:07 pm   #2
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deafening silence to my post... seems I am the only one to experience it. But I'm pretty sure now that it is replaygain-related. It only happens when I have replaygain set to "on" (I've only tried it on track-based "on") in the winamp playback options. When I have replaygain set to "off" and clipping set to "off", I don't get this weird skipping at the start of tracks, and it never just stops entirely.

Hmm.

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Old 18 March 2005, 09:50 pm   #3
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Well, it's either the winamp plugin or winamp itself.
Case was the last known maintainer of musepack winamp plugins.
I have no clue about how it is today, so you're just out-of-luck and need another developer motivated enough to try to fix it.
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Old 18 March 2005, 10:07 pm   #4
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Well, it's either the winamp plugin or winamp itself.
Case was the last known maintainer of musepack winamp plugins.
I have no clue about how it is today, so you're just out-of-luck and need another developer motivated enough to try to fix it.
OK, I was just surprised this wasn't a "known" issue, unless it really happens to be peculiar to my particular setup, somehow.

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Old 08 April 2005, 07:54 pm   #5
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Just a follow-up for anyone else who is browsing this thread looking for an answer to the same problem.

I resolved the issue as being winamp-related. See the following thread on the winamp forums:

http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?th...threadid=212554

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