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Deli Player 2 Released!

http://www.deliplayer.com/

- supports 230 formats
- has a modular and highly customizable user interface
- has window snapping and sticky windows
- has a skinned playlist
- supports up to 96kHz, 32bit soundoutput
- has a Reverb SFX plugin
- supports WAV, MP3 and APE encoding (if you have the necessary 3rd party DLLs)
- supports playback of Internet radios
- supports seamless playing
- supports crossfading on most formats

Deli Player 2 Released!

Reply #1
How can it support 230 audio formats without supporting a single lossless format except Wave?

Deli Player 2 Released!

Reply #2
WAV encoding ??? Is it just me or would you consider writing a header to raw audiofile "encoding"?
"To understand me, you'll have to swallow a world." Or maybe your words.

Deli Player 2 Released!

Reply #3
DeliPlayer is mostly for Amiga module formats. it supports more than 200 of them. that's how it supports so many formats without supporting FLAC  (in fact, support of mp3/etc is rather useless in module player)

and WAV encoding means ability to convert module to wave file.

Deli Player 2 Released!

Reply #4
deli player is a load of rotten meat :x when compared to foobar - foobar 0wN5j0r455!!

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Reply #5
Annuka,

In fact APE (Monkey's Audio) IS lossless audio encoding format.


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Reply #6
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Annuka,

In fact APE (Monkey's Audio) IS lossless audio encoding format.


not listed on feature page

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Reply #7
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DeliPlayer is mostly for Amiga module formats. it supports more than 200 of them. that's how it supports so many formats without supporting FLAC  :P (in fact, support of mp3/etc is rather useless in module player)

and WAV encoding means ability to convert module to wave file.

DeliPlayer supports FLAC (version 1.0.3) and support for the new 1.1.0 version will be in the next beta. 

Even if can be useless to a module player supports these formats, is anyway a nice addition... 

 
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