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    Which Winamp plugins to use???

    Alright, I am getting to the point where i ned to consider my interface and customize it for my system. For those of you who aren't running cobra, what winamp plugins are you using in winamp? Why?

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    For my player when i get it installed, i'll be using the album list plugin. This is great because it treats subdirectories as differnt albums, and has a seperate window that lists all your 'albums'.

    I'll also use markus zehnder's lcd plugin (for character lcds) This is a nic plugin that has customisable output, built in menu that can do just about anything you want it to do and a nice spectrum analizer.

    hope this helps
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    I use the Directsound crossfading output plugin for winamp (comes with winamp 2.80) as my output plugin. a newer version is available from here

    www.blorp.com/~peter


    I also use DFX6 DSP plugin, but I think I might can that when I get a better sound card in the near future....

    oh and I use AVS visulisations too
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    DFX 6.0 (fxsound.com), and Geiss (visulization).
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    Im using the resumer-plugin.
    It permanently saves the elapsed time of a track.
    When you close winamp, and start again,
    it automatically starts at the same position.

    Its not "that" great but ... why not...

    I cant tell you the exact url,
    but I think if you search for resumer youll find
    it at the winamp-page.

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    As far as Vis. plug-ins...Nuthin' beats Milk Drop.
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    i'm using resumer, markus's LCD plugin and ComCRTL

    comCRTL takes signals from a serial port and which can be used to control winamp/windopes
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    I also use the DFX 6.0, but here is the catch........I got one of those DSP stackers, so you can use more than one at a time. I use another similar DSP along with the DFX, good to experiment with.

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    I use the clever program to control winamp through the command line. That way, I create a directory with all the shortcuts to play, stop, pause, etc. and make a toolbar with them. That way, when I'm using another program like GPS, I can still control winamp. Look at my attached screenshot. I also used a program to make the playlist fonts bigger.

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    Neat tbdombrosky! What program do you use to control throuch command line? Where can I get it? Also, I know you can double size winamp, but the playlist is still small ( I assume thats why you used the playlist program). Why did you use a program to fix this? Cant you just go to preferences-display and change playlist font size to XX???? The trick is finding a program that will double size the buttons in the playlist too? Know of anything that will do that?

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