Hi Emre,I've dropped back to FPM_INTEL (as in my previous in_mad) mainly to see if this helps with peoples problems. As far as I know VS2005 does support 64bit signed int properly however. I kept OPT_ACCURACY on in both cases. I personally didn't notice a difference in speed, though I'd need to test it further. In mad.h, it strongly recommends against FPM_DEFAULT.If anyone has noticed any major differences as such (eg. improved the stuttering) please feedback.Cheers Edit: As this is the first time I've tried FPM_INTEL in Visual Studio, it appears to not take account of OPT_ACCURACY as it did using GCC. I'll have a look into it.
...interrupts playback every time when I call the file info box...
BSOD2600Try to delete this sectionQuoteHKEY_USERS\s-x-x-xx-...\Software\Winamp\MAD Plug-in
Quote from: -sanb- on 09 March, 2008, 03:05:33 AMBSOD2600 Try to delete this sectionQuoteHKEY_USERS\s-x-x-xx-...\Software\Winamp\MAD Plug-inYou mean to use the v2 in_mad plugin, right?
BSOD2600 Try to delete this sectionQuoteHKEY_USERS\s-x-x-xx-...\Software\Winamp\MAD Plug-in
The reason a lot of settings are disable in the other config tabs is because the option to use Winamp Global configuration is enabled in the General tab and these settings are coming from the Winamp Playback preferences.
@_Raziel-BG - First make sure your using the latest plug-in currently 0.2.0.14. Are you using basic or advanced title formatting? I need to know the formatting string in either case. As a start, you could try changing the tag lookup order in the config to see if that changes the situation.
I'm currently running version 0.15.1b published on the 25th of April (2008) as grabbed from the Winamp website only twenty minutes ago.