AIMP Classic 2.50.215 Beta


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Couldn't find this posted anywhere...I ve recently just switched to this from winamp. I recommend it.

AIMP is an advanced multimedia player that includes an audio converter, recorder, and tag editor. Includes an easy to use interface, small size and minimal use of system resources.

Features:

  • Crystal-clear sound, technology of reproduction essentially differs from Winamp and WMP;
  • Sensitive equalizer;
  • A maximum of functionality from a minimum of resources;
  • The minimal consumption of system resources;
  • Multilingual support;
  • Support of set of formats of audio
  • Adjustment of global and local hot keys (patterns from WinAmp and WMP);
  • Flexible options of the program and various covers will allow you to make A.I.M.P. completely individual;
  • Support of plug-ins with which help it is possible to expand opportunities of the program;
  • The audioconverter codes music from the most different formats in wma, mp3, wav, ogg;
  • AudioGrab allows to overtake AudioCD in Mp3, OGG, WAV or WM;
  • The sound recording will allow you to write down a sound from any audio of the device in system;
  • The built-in editor of tags, support WMA, MP3, OGG;
  • An opportunity of record AudioCD, MP3-disks and disks with given

Change list:

AIMP v2.50 (16.05.2008)

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+ Player: "Stop" button blinking then option "Stoped after track played" is on

+ Player: Ability of autosaving playlists with the path it was opened from (previously it was saving to the profile folder)

+ Player: Ability to order code table to none-Unicode strings

+ Player: Ability to use "if" statement in string masks

+ Player: Displaying of player status in tray hint

+ Player: Displaying of true track names instead of signs "next / previous file" on navigation buttons

+ Player: Genres are ordered by name

+ Player: Main windows transparency settings extended

+ Player: MIDI / MOD files play options

+ Player: New play / capture Internet-radio unit

+ Player: New settings screen ergonomics

+ Player: Patching of function "copy to folder" - "recent folders" list added

+ Playlists: Automatic sort playlist function with window "Playlist Customization"

+ Playlists: Data caching reduced

+ Playlists: Load / Save playlist's operations accelerated

+ Playlists: m3u8 playlists support

+ Playlists: Programm's code optimization

+ Playlists: Scrolling playlist bookmarks by mouse wheel

+ Playlists: The playlist name becomes folder name if folder added

+ Advanced Search: Ability to set lists for file search

+ Advanced Search: Displaying of file number in order

+ Bookmarks manager: View preference

+ Core: Ability to add your owen bookmarks to options

+ Core: Ability to wirk with playlist's Save/Load functions

+ Core: Advanced playlist's abilities

+ Core: BASS v2.4 engine support

+ Core: New abilities for Addon-plugins

+ Core: New PluginController

+ Core: New Winamp Input Wrapper

+ HotKey Manager: Ability to set both global and local keys for all functions

+ HotKey Manager: Improved Multimedia keys working

+ DSP Engine: Channel reversing filter added (for stereo only)

+ DSP Engine: Improved equalizer filter

+ DSP Engine: Improved work with Winamp DSP

+ DSP Engine: Logarithmic volume control added

+ DSP Engine: Silence skip (then playing) filter added

+ DSP Engine: Sound normalization filter added

+ DSP Engine: Stereo Enhancer filter added (for stereo only)

+ DSP Engine: Voice removing filter added

+ SkinEngine: Added ability to add buttons / ?heck box / scrollbars

+ SkinEngine: Added ability to align elements with "centre"

+ SkinEngine: Added ability to align text in labels

+ SkinEngine: Programm's code optimization

+ Advanced Tag Editor: Ability to remove tags of several files

+ Advanced Tag Editor: Ability to set cover to several files

+ Advanced Tag Editor: Added AutoTag function

+ Advanced Tag Editor: New interface

+ Advanced Tag Editor: Programm's code optimization

+ Audio Library: Ability to choose table column's position

+ Audio Library: Expanded fusion with player

+ Audio Library: FLAC / APE support

+ Audio Library: New DB service menu

+ Audio Library: New library interface

+ Audio Library: Quick navigation panel

+ Audio Library: Quick search in grouping tree

+ Audio Library: Saving relative file paths from removable drives

+ Audio Converter: FLAC, AAC, MPC/MP+ added

+ Audio Converter: New converter engine

+ Audio Converter: New interface

+ Audio Converter: Switched on command-line coders

+ Quick Tag Editor: Copy data to buffer button added

+ Quick Tag Editor: Copy file to buffer button added

+ Quick Tag Editor: Autofill tags function from file name / file's path

+ Quick Tag Editor: New design

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I just don't know what could make AIMP better than a well-configured Winamp ("well-configured" means sth like "all unnecessary plugins are removed")...

Winamp's Media Library is unbeatable IMHO, and its Tag Editor should be enough for most uses...

(There's Mp3tag, however...)

And I don't know why a media player should be able to convert my tracks. I want it to play them!

Every time a new media player is launched, everyone says it's "better than Winamp", but no-one can tell why...

However... jm2c

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Who said it was better than winamp here?

It's just a matter of personal choice. Personally I dumped winamp years and years ago for foobar2000. It's a preference/personal choice

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Who said it was better than winamp here?

It's just a matter of personal choice. Personally I dumped winamp years and years ago for foobar2000. It's a preference/personal choice

Same here. But I do think it's interesting that their main screenshot on the homepage (assuming that's the default skin) pretty much IS the Winamp Modern skin.

and th3rEsa, a lot of people like having a fully functioning player. With foobar I can play, mass tag, mass rename, mass move and convert my music all from one app. Makes things easier having it all there.

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I just tried this again,I used it a few months ago, (download also works now), and unless it is capable of playing the like of Pink Floyd tracks as one track without a pause between then it is no good.

I don't want a "crossfade" because the minimum is 1/2 a second, and i'm sorry, but 1/2 second may as well be 10 seconds because it ruins the continuity of the whole album.

Pink Floyd music tends to be seperate tracks that are all joined as one piece of music, and AIMP puts a gap between each track if crossfade is turned off.

Unless anyone know different?

Looks good. Sounds good, but sorry, Winamp FTW still.

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Do we know what the encoders and decoders are? Say, fraunhauffer (sp... :)) and perhaps MAD @ 24 bit??? Or such like :)

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I ve recently just switched to this from winamp. I recommend it.

I second that.. In my .. personal Opinion tried it months ago, I hardly used winamp

regularly unless I wanted to add songs to my ipods(thanks to ml_pod) ..

besides that AIMP is Uber cool.... best feature .... multiple playlists

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I'm almost afraid to post this, but why are people still sticking with winamp? IMO it's UI/organization is incredibly outdated, a thing of the past really. Just wondering, please take no offense.

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You haven't used it for a long time, have you?

Its UI looks either like AIMP or like MediaMonkey (depending on your skin), its organization has dramatically been improved...

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Well it's kinda always looked the same to me. I use MediaMonkey (not to organize) and I even find it a little too busy. There's just too much going on, overly complicated gui wise. It really is easy to see that it is not a mainstream product.

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