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=Description=
 
=Description=
  
The Command-Line Decoder Wrapper allows you to play almost any otherwise unsupported audio format through foobar2000. All you need is a standalone command-line decoder executable that converts your files to one of the supported formats, such as WAV. Such decoders are available for nearly every audio format in existence.
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The Command-Line Decoder Wrapper lets allows you to play almost any otherwise unsupported audio format through foobar2000. All you need is a standalone command-line decoder executable that converts your files to one of the supported formats, such as WAV. Such decoders are available for nearly every audio format in existence.
  
 
In certain cases, the Command-Line Decoder Wrapper is a superior alternative to the available native foobar2000 decoders if the native decoders are plagued by bugs; this component is inherently multi-instance safe and makes foobar2000 immune to crashes caused by buggy decoders.
 
In certain cases, the Command-Line Decoder Wrapper is a superior alternative to the available native foobar2000 decoders if the native decoders are plagued by bugs; this component is inherently multi-instance safe and makes foobar2000 immune to crashes caused by buggy decoders.

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