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NSFPlay v2.4 Beta 9 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 9 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. Drag and drop will now acknowledge a failed load with a pop-up alert. Migrate to VS2017. IRQ support. Play now runs at next opportunity rather than always at the start of frame, similar to poll based players like PowerPak. Other expansions with FDS automatically disables FDS RAM writes, and FDS banking for $6000-7FFF. Full NSF2 implementation. (non-returning INIT, suppress play, IRQ, NSFe metadata.) EmuCR: NSFPlay

Download: NSFPlay v2.4 Beta 9
Source: Here

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