AIMP 3.60 Build 1447 RC1

AIMP is a powerful audio player and internet radio player that allows you to listen to CDA, AAC, AC3, APE, DTS, FLAC, MP3, OGG, OPUS, WAV, WMA, MIDI, MO3, MOD, M4A.. etc. and record your favorite music with an outstanding sound quality. AIMP includes a 18-band equalizer with presets, a visualization window to display rhythmic visual effects, support for CUE sheets and ID3 tags and a playlist editor to organize your audio files. It can also be customized with skins. Besides playing music, AIMP features some extra utilities which also enable you to view or edit ID3 Tags, convert audio files, rip audio CDs, search and download album covers and more. AIMP is built light, simple and robust and won't slow down your computer like other digital music players.

What's new in AIMP version 3.60 Build 1447 RC1:
Tag editor: autonumeration - an ability to adjust format to XXX or XXX/XXX
Skin Engine: memory consumption during skin loading has been reduced
Skin Engine: memory consumption for skin has been reduced twice
Fixed: Sound Engine - stuttering while playing files with bitrates more than 5 Mbps
Fixed: Sound Engine - application hangs in some cases during process of adding or removing USB-sound card
Fixed: Player - album arts not loaded in some cases if caching is switched off
Fixed: Player - some files in AAC format cannot be played completely
Fixed: playlist - newly created playlist is removed past the recycle bin when closing the tab
Fixed: Tag Editor - default encoding detects incorrectly when loading CUE from an external file
Fixed: Skin Engine - an error occurs on program startup under Windows XP
Fixed: Skin Engine - desktop work area was not updated after minimize fixed window

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Latest version: 3.60 Build 1447 RC1 (20 Nov 2014)
License: Freeware
System requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Download: aimp_3.60.1447_rc_1.exe (9.0 MB)

See also:
GOM Audio Player
Quintessential Media Player
JetAudio Basic

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