You might try the 1by1 support forum. This has little to do with generic lossy codecs, and more about "1by1" itself: http://www.mpex.net/forum/viewforum.php?f=17
Quote from: grommet on 21 May, 2007, 12:54:23 AMYou might try the 1by1 support forum. This has little to do with generic lossy codecs, and more about "1by1" itself: http://www.mpex.net/forum/viewforum.php?f=17Thanks.Went thru that forum (*), couldn't find anything except "Winamp 2 plugins may work". Tried plugins from WA 2.01 and 2.91, failed. However, WA 2.xx does play the files correctly.(*) My German isn't too good ;-) .
I tried the wma plugin ( in_wm.dll ) from Winamp 2.01, 5.01, 5.112 & 5.35 . None of them work.The wma files play perfectly with Winamp 5.35.Please let me know where I can get a wma plugin for 1by1.Thanks.
in_wm.dll + Wmaudsdk.dll: Adds support for Windows Media Audio (WMA). No seeking problems or crashes so far. - "RecommendedPlugins": contains all the DLLs that most people will probably need and in the versions suggested by the Readme, along with those three I added. They will give support for the following (and various other) formats: AAC, AIF, AIFF, APE, AU, CDA (i.e., reading audio CDs), FLAC, M4A, MAC, MID, MIDI, MOD, MP2, MP3, MPC, OGG, VOC, WAV, WMA. - "OtherPlugins": contains some alternative decoders, like in_cdda for use instead of in_CDReader, in_mad or in_mp3 instead of ACM/mpglib, etc. It also includes "in_snes.dll" (adds support for SNES music files) and "in_mpp.dll" v1.7.9f (for MPC and MP+ files). This last DLL is not working for me, which is why I'm using "in_mpc.dll" v0.99g instead. (in_mpp gives an "Invalid or unknown MP+/MPC bitstream" error when opening more recent MPC files; I believe it's because it was made for MPEGplus, before the transition to Musepack.)