More and more people are choosing Winamp. From some of what I have been hearing, there are people who seem to think Winamp’s really complicated. But it’s not… trust me. It’s very straight forward. The video tutorial is geared towards the brand new Winamp user. It shows you how to add music to your Winamp media library, how to customize the default skin to view album art, and how to upload album art (in case some is missing).
We will show you how to Rip a CD using the popular Winamp. The video tutorial also covers encoding options (WAV, AAC+, AAC, FLAC, WMA, etc.), how to manually edit CD Information, as well as how to set your CD Ripping Preferences.
You will learn how to create a standard playlist, as well as how to use the Playlist Editor. In other words, you don’t even need to have the song in your media library, as long as you know the streaming url.
Skins are one of Winamp’s most popular features. What are skins? Skins are themes or a set of images that allow an artist to customize their Winamp to be whatever their heart desires! We’ve compiled the all of the best skins into The Best of Winamp Skins 2020 (RePack 22). Download and install and have the best skins instantly! Or, search through our Skins Pages and choose for yourself! Come back often as an average of 10 skins are added every day!
A lot of people get really excited when they find out that they can change the look of Winamp through skinning. The problem is they get turned off once they hit a roadblock, be it what to do next, hit a problem submitting to MyWinamp.com, or indeed, just figuring out how to get started. So here we have a set of simple steps that holds your hand from initial idea to finished masterpiece. Good luck!
Need help, do ya? You do have the option to take the Winamp Walkthrough which shows you the most popular features as well as basic functionality of the player. You will learn how to load music into your player, set up your Web Browser to automatically connect and play SHOUTcast radio stations. Once you have mastered such features as those, you are ready to build your collection of music and play with the most popular player on the Internet today!
In this section of SDK, we show you how to access Winamp’s functionality through external applications. If any of you wanted to build a can opener that ran Winamp, you would need the information provided here. API functions and other code snippets are available in the C/C++ programming language. Needless to say, a programming background is helpful. We strongly suggest joining the C/C++ Discussion List for all levels of software development. A better support community simply does not exist.
All the info for making plugin and skins are here along with the brand new Winamp SDK. So put on your creative hats and start making some great stuff. Oh, and don’t forget to head to the site for even more up to date help if you need it.