Cross-platform audio player DeaDBeeF 1.9 is released after three year
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DeaDBeeF is a modular cross-platform audio player that runs on Linux, macOS, Windows and Unix-like systems. The player was first released in 2009.
Since the release of DeaDBeeF 1.8, now three years later, version 1.9 has been officially released.
The updates are as follows:
- WMA regression causing playback corruption
- Deadlock in ALSA plugin
- Wrongly detects raw AAC files as MP4 files
- Handling empty header formatting scripts
- Memory error when dragging playlists via Playlist Browser
- Keyboard navigation issue across playlist tabs
- Playlist tab and playlist custom color bug
- Suspended state not properly maintained after force quit
- Poor performance when saving playlists and profiles
- sndfile cannot open the file because of an uninitialized memory access error
- Crash when removing track from playlist while playing
- Render group headers with blank text
- Delay activation of playlist tabs when drag and drop on tab bar
- Long file search with support for Opus and FFMPEG
- HTTPS support for vfs_curl in portable builds via libmbedtls
- Design Patterns for CocoaUI
- New scope and spectrum analyzer visualization capabilities
- Visual appearance preference pane
- New album art loader
- Configurable volume bar scale via context menu
- Title formatting $year (time) function
- GTK UI for editing selected fields of multiple selected tracks in table interface
- Create a new playlist by clicking the “+” button in the Playlists tab
- Improved GTK interface for DSP preferences
- Improved handling of invalid MP3 files
- Last.fm scrobbler will use HTTPS by default
For more details, please check: https://github.com/DeaDBeeF-Player/deadbeef
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