Quote from: The Seeker on 02 November, 2010, 12:47:46 PMWhat got me to switch full time was its support of WASAPI.I find this rationale hilarious, especially considering that foobar2000 was one of the first players to ever support WASAPI.
What got me to switch full time was its support of WASAPI.
@Bullit, did you intend for this to be a thread for people to chime in on their favorite player? If so, I think you'll find plenty of other threads that do this.
The scripting possibilities are endless, but can create problems. If you are not daunted by a little bit of programming, you probably won't get into trouble, but if so, the great amount and variety of ready-made scripts can be difficult to use, as documentation is mostly lacking. Sometimes you have to go through hundreds of forum posts to get the info you need. Examples: RegExp and MagicNodes, two of the most useful add-ons. Documentation for these is simply almost entirely absent. It must be said that this is not inherent to MM itself, but by the script developers, and if you are satisfied with the vanilla features, this is not a problem at all. But if you are somewaht of an organisational fanatic like me, you can end up with the situation that you are wondering "why doesn't the program re-organise my tracks like I expect it to do?" Well, maybe you put one comma too many or too few in your mask or script!If you are changing a lot of tags (500+, let's say), database errors are likely to occur. These are never fatal, but add a sense of instability to the program.