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in_sidplay2 1.5.4   [2010]

in_sidplay2 1.5.4 Released by :
Zross

Release Date :
15 April 2010

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

AKA :
Winamp SIDPlayer

Website :
http://zross.w.interia.pl/samples_eng.htm

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... Zross

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/135438/in_sidplay2_2_3_4.exe (downloads: 280)

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Summary
Submitted by encore on 3 January 2015
Description from (currently deleted) Winamp plugin-page:

This plug-in uses latest versions of libsidplay2 (written by Simon White) and reSID (written by Dag Lem) to emulate C64 sound chip. There is already similar plug-in, but it is buggy, that's why i decided to write new one. Current version 1.5.4 supports: STIL info (available in file info window), song length database (tested with HVSC), seek through song - only with known song length! cpu intensive!, stereo emulation configuration (you can freely choose which voice will play on left and right channel). Subsongs are added automatically as new entries in playlist. Fixed "file info crash" issue. Added some optimizations, relinked with new runtime libs.
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