In the pipeline
- Gracenote CDDB support. This is a lookup function that will fill in MP3/OGG information such as Artist, Album and Title. It will also be possible to see the bibliography.
- Play/Play this next is added to the popup menu in sourcelist also
- New useful function: by marking one/more songs in the playlist and
right-click mouse you have an option to play these
songs after the currently playing song
- New unique function: Choose what Windows sound scheme to use while running
- The view of the play/sourcelist can be user
- Integrated file manager. Optimized for
- Volume adjust function. Aren't you tired of always have
to adjust the volume to make the output level of all songs the same ? This
function does this for you
- New batch MP3 fileinfo function. For updating multiple
tags fast and easy.
- Support for Norwegian language
- User defined hotkeys for player operation while in
- OGG tag editor.
- DDBplayer tutorial. On the Help menu.
- OGG Vorbis suport. This is the new audio format with
better quality than MP3
- Open music button in the playinfo area
- Faster music engine
- Updated the help file
- Fixed a bug where repeated installations caused multiple
entries in the Add/Remove programs
- Added the Windows menu where you can choose how much of
the DDBPlayer window you want to see
- First release on the WEB
In the summer of 2002, David De Bono began to develop a MP3 player/playlist editor. While programs such as WinAmp gives great flexibility in media formats, he wanted to make one with more focus on user friendliness and playlist editing. The finished product, DDBPlayer is very easy to read and operate. And gives great flexibility in editing playlists. Many people use their MP3 player for just playing songs, and making playlist. It's not the intetion of DDBPlayer to support as many formats as WinAmp, neither the often hard to use/read interface of other players.
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