(Note this is a guest post by tenox)
I’ve just learned that after long an uncertain life under AOL, Winamp and SHOUTcast has been acquired by Radionomy. You can download it here. Long live Winamp!
(sorry I couldn’t stop myself but this IS my favorite skin 🙂
http://www.winamp.com/plugin/speex-plugin/222433Â (updated to point to archive.org, since winamp.com in it’s old state is no more).
Happy days indeed!
Reviewer Notes: REJECTED – Issues with plug-in
There appears to be an issue with the plug-in not working with local speex files once an http version is played and shows a messagebox of ‘Speex Error’ – ‘Not a Speex stream’. Restarting Winamp will then play the local file but am sure this shouldn’t be happening. Please fix and then re-submit the fixed version.
Don’t you hate it when you focus so much on the big things you forget the small stuff, like switching between local and remote?
Thankfully the fix was trivial, and only involved one line of code… I spent more time re-building a VM with Visual C++ 4.2 then I did fixing the code & recompiling…
Naturally the download is on the sourceforge page, and I bumped the version to 0.76a … If anyone ever wonders years from now what the deal was… lol
I’ve managed to find the source to the speexcodec plugin for Winamp, and I’ve added support for streams!
*Download the speex codec, and it will place in_speex.dll in winamp’s plugins directory.
Close Winamp, and then click here.
It works on this test page, so good for me!
Ok, this one isn’t emulation more so a note to myself..
The source to the speex codec for WinAmp is here as in_speex_src.zip .It was built with Visual C++ 6 and probably Winamp 2’s SDK, I hope I can build it from source…