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foobar2000 1.1 Beta 3


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<img src="http://nsanedown.com/images/logos/foobar.png" class="logo" alt="Foobar2000" title="Foobar2000" />Foobar2000 is an advanced audio player for the Windows platform. Some of the basic features include Replay Gain support, a low-memory footprint, and native support for several popular audio formats. Features include open-component architecture, allowing third-party developers to extend functionality of the player; built-in support for WAV, AIFF, VOC, AU, SND, Ogg Vorbis, MPC, MP2, MP3, MPEG-4 AAC, FLAC, OggFLAC, Monkey's Audio, WavPack, Speex, CDDA, TFMX, and SPC; support through third-party plug-ins; extraction on-the-fly from RAR; 7-Zip and ZIP archives; full Unicode support on Windows NT; efficient handling of large playlists; a highly customizable playlist display; and customizable keyboard shortcuts.

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Since you have been posting this software, I once decided to try it. I say I still prefer Aimp, and I would glady see it been frontpaged instead.

And mind you, do not let anyone misunderstand me (as in some other occasion), it is a sincere and respectful opinion!!! :D

I would use foobar or Aimp mainly in netbooks 'cause they don't seem to consume many resources. ;)

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I agree. AIMP has by far better sound quality with 32bit sound processing. I have tried endlessly to produce similar quality in foobar and failed. I really wanted foobar to work for me as it launches faster than aimp.

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