Software update: AIMP 3.55 build 1332

Two updates for version 3.55 of media player AIMP were released in quick succession on Friday and Saturday. This free Russian-made lightweight media player has support for the most popular music formats. The appearance is somewhat like Winamp and can be adjusted by means of skins. AIMP has an 18-channel equalizer on board and supports plugins. Furthermore, the program can rip CDs, convert music files and edit tags. Since build 1324, the following changes and improvements have been made:

AIMP v3.55 Build 1332

  • Fixed: Playlist – no an ability to drop files to the end of playlist in some cases
  • Fixed: Tag Editor – lyrics field value has been cut by first line

AIMP v3.55 Build 1331

  • Sound Engine: WASAPI Exclusive – added support for the Push and the Event output modes
  • DSP-Manager: Volume Normalization – scale factor is now displayed in the “% dB / % x” format
  • Tag Editor: String parsing in the AutoTag based on the file name is now going from end
  • Rollback: Fixed – inaccurate navigation at the file during playback, if it in the MP3 format
  • Fixed: Audio Converter – an error occurs when trying to encode file to the OGG format with quality low than 4
  • Fixed: Bookmarks Manager – cursor position in the table resets to zero after removing the record
  • Fixed: Playlist – when closing the playlist tab, playlist file deleted bypassing the recycle bin
  • Fixed: Skin Engine – initial size of container calculates incorrectly in some layouts
  • Fixed: Skin Engine – the hit-test calculates incorrectly in some cases
  • Fixed few minor bugs

Version number 3.55 build 1332
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 8
Website AIMP
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License type Freeware