Foobar2000:Mac Version 2.5 Beta Change Log

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Beta 2[edit]

  • Fixed "Show in Finder" vs old Mac OS.
  • Fixed Media Library performing unnecessary tag reloads in some scenarios.
  • Editing 'rating' field no longer alters playback statistics database.

Beta 3[edit]

  • MP4 tagging: do not set Various Artists if itunescompilation is present but set to 0.
  • Fixed loading DSP presets not applying them in Preferences.
  • Crash bugs fixed.
  • Fixed library search by rating not working.
  • Switched to 64-bit floating-point for internal processing (was still using 32-bit in beta 1 & 2).

Beta 4[edit]

  • ReFacets sorting is now remembered.
  • Fixed beta 3 regression with 32 bits per sample output producing noise.
  • Reduced output reopen delay when input format (channel count etc) changes.
  • Suppressed library error log lines about folder.jpg etc inside archive files.

Beta 5[edit]

  • libFLAC 1.4, made possible to decode 32 bits per sample FLAC files.
  • Playlist manipulation performance fixes.
  • DTS decode_postprocessor now works, for decoding DTS in WAV, FLAC, etc.
  • Fixed incorrect behavior after a watched media library folder disappears then reappears.
  • Allowed blank meta values in metadb.

Beta 6[edit]

  • Shutdown crash regression fix.

Beta 7[edit]

  • Updated WavPack library to 5.5.0.
  • Updated Monkey's Audio library to 8.70.
  • Changed replacement for slash character in file naming.
  • Fixed a regression that made it impossible to play certain M4A HE-AAC files from remote (HTTP etc) sources.
  • Various ReFacets glitches fixed.
  • Made new library search implementation more robust.
  • Cleaned up Ogg reader, made possible to seek in remote (HTTP etc) Ogg files.
  • Fixed playlist sorting not respecting ascending/descending state.

Beta 8[edit]

  • Fixed Ogg seeking regressions from the previous beta.
  • libFLAC 1.4.1.
  • Rewritten asymmetric library search feature.
  • Library search speed optimizations, made more queries utilize search index.