Yes, that's MIA... But something similar is partially there. If you multi-select items/tracks from the main view, it will show "X items, X minutes" to the right of the volume control for a few seconds before it disappears. However, total "size" is gone.
Also they removed the Advance Tag Editor , that was dam useful and they also removed the track length time on the playlists .
Quote from: /mnt on 07 November, 2006, 11:02:31 PMAlso they removed the Advance Tag Editor , that was dam useful and they also removed the track length time on the playlists .You want some cheese with that whine?They did not remove the Advanced Tag Editor. It's right there when you right-click any of your music files: Advanced Tag Editor.
WMP 11 is gapless with WMA ripped from CD (or purchased from a music store) in almost all cases. But you are correct... there are no improvements with the fairly generic FhG MP3 decoder they use. So there is no support for LAME gapless MP3 nor any "tricks" to guess, like iTunes 7 now does. The incorrect initial average bitrate reading on MP3 VBR (LAME) is still there. Maybe next version they'll lose FhG. WMP 10/11 does store a more accurate MP3 bitrate average in the WMP library once the track is played to the end, though.Yes, the Advanced Tag Editor is still there. It's mostly hidden for a reason: It's not that great for the masses and it hasn't been updated to support all of the metadata fields now available.The Total Items and Total Time do appear in the top of the List Pane under the Album Icon/Info when in the Now Playing tab... while stopped... and maybe some other scenarios.
But it is still lacking certain features like AAC and ID3v2.4 support .
I encode to wma and play with wmp11 and it's gapless.
Atleast in WMP11 you can easily add AAC support through 3rd party addons. And with the release of Zune i expect a update that adds native AAC support aswell, since the Zune supports AAC natively.