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NSFPlay v2.4 Beta 8 is released. NSFPlay is an NSF player for Windows and plugin for Winamp. It is a fork of the original program by Brezza, intended to provide support for more recent Windows operating systems, and improve its accuracy and utility.

NSFPlay v2.4 Beta 8 Changelog:
* Fixed incorrect bytes per second in stereo WAV output.
* Fixed NSFe track title display when using playlist.
* Fixed crash issue with 1MB NSF files. (Bank counting was incorrect.)
* Default NTSC speed changed from 16640 to 16639. (Slightly more accurate to hardware.)
* More bits of precision on fade-out, creates smoother fade.
* 48000Hz is the new default samplerate.
* Fixed keyboard view wave string bias on N163/FDS.
* Fixed frequency rounding for triangle/noise/DMC in keyboard display.
* Fixed intermittent crash with Winamp starting up with NSF in playlist.
* Fixed FDS mod table bit-mask and wavetable read address. (Minor.)
* Fixed broken playback rate for rates < 28 Hz. * NSFe RATE chunk implemented. * NSFe regn chunk implemented, including full Dendy support. * NSFe mixe chunk implemented. * NSF2 partial support for metadata (as NSFe chunks). * Drag and drop will now acknowledge a failed load with a pop-up alert. EmuCR: NSFPlay

Download: NSFPlay v2.4 Beta 8
Source: Here

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