New .fb2k-component file type extension for foobar2000 component packages.
Edit: However, the file extension does not yet show up in the shell integration dialog.
It doesn't and it won't because it is always associated. It is a foobar2000-specific file type, there's no reason to let other apps take it. Having to manually associate it though relevant preferences dialogs or control panels would defeat the simplicity.
1.1.11b1 cannot embed/delete cover art form MP3 files: it complains "File is already in use". And it works with FLAC/OGG files.
Improved built-in crossfading functionality, new fading configuration in Preferences / Output. (Fading functionality available with built-in DirectSound mode only.)
QuoteImproved built-in crossfading functionality, new fading configuration in Preferences / Output. (Fading functionality available with built-in DirectSound mode only.)Is there any chance it could work with wasapi or asio in the future?
Native fading works with DirectSound only because it relies on playing multiple streams simultaneously, something the other output modes are explicitly incapable of on most systems. Note that native fading can do things that the DSPs cannot (crossfade on manual track change).
Why is there apparently such a tight coupling between "audio stream" and "file"? Shouldn't you be able to just read whatever, decode whatever and toss it all in a single box and send that to into the audio pipeline?
Does that also mean that you will be able to install a component by doubleclicking the package file?
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