Last post by ThaCrip -
Windows 10 1803 here (build 17134.167 ; which is newest build) on v1.3.19 and all is fine with Opus/AAC/FLAC playback etc. I clean installed Win10 1803 a while ago now.
p.s. I got a 'ASUS P8H61-M LX Plus' motherboard with a i3-2120 CPU etc (I got that motherboard/CPU/RAM in May 2012). while they have Windows 10 specific drivers for things like audio driver etc on ASUS website, I am using whatever comes with Windows 10 by default and whatever it finds from Windows Updates. the only thing I manually download from a driver perspective is I am using official NVIDIA drivers v391.35(from March 2018) for my GPU (1050 Ti 4GB) though and a driver for my PCI-E card which gives me two more SATA ports and a IDE port but I am currently only using one of the SATA ports for a DVD burner.
I'm trying to change the default date display format in the latest foobar2000 version 1.3.19 which now displays YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS everywhere in the playlist, but I'd like to trim it to just YYYY-MM-DD. May be simple but can't find a solution anywhere?
Last post by Peter -
This behavior affects only files with "compilation" set but no "album artist" set. If they are not VA, simply set the album artist to the correct value and you will never see the VA again. This was indeed added to deal with iTunes VA tagging.