ActiveX version (amp3dj.ocx and amp3dj64.ocx)
10.2.0.0 (April 28 , 2019)
Multimedia engine version (AdjMmsEng.dll and AdjMmsEng64.dll) 188.8.131.52 (May 5, 2019)
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Fixed Bugs (since version 10.0)
- The PlayListNextIndexSet has a wrong number of parameters
- The SoundDone event is not generated
- The call to the StreamVolumeSlide method is ignored when performed immediately after a call to the PlaySound method
- The call to the SeekSound method is ignored when performed immediately after a call to the LoadSound method
- Playlists loaded with the PLAYLIST_AUTOMATION_MODE attribute may fail to work as expected
- When a player is attached to a stream mixer, the GetPlayerStatus method may return SOUND_PLAYING also when the player is in paused status
- When the GetPlayerStatus is invoked immediately after the LoadSoundFast method, the returned status could be SOUND_NONE instead of SOUND_STOPPED
- Volume changes have no effect on the audio stream created by the sound composer object
- The PlayListAddItem method fails to load an automation item containing XML code when the XML text begins with blank characters
- Under certain circumstances, when launching the container application a message box reporting "### Internal error, cannot load engine Number x due to error 193" is displayed
- Some WAV file encoded in proprietary formats could not be recognized correctly
- The VST.ProgramParamSetValue method (Effects.VstProgramParamSetValue per l'editor) has no effect on the user interface of the VST effect.
- Detecting the final silence position through the SilenceDetectionOnPlayer and SilenceDetectionOnFile methods may return a wrong value with certain WMA files.
- Trigger events are not fired while playing a video clip that doesn't contain an audio stream inside
- When a player is playing an audio track loaded from a session of the editor or recorder components, an exception may be raised when closing the container application without a previous stop of the playback session.
- When a player is attached to a mono stream mixer, loading a stereo file will fail with return code ERR_CANNOT_ADD_PLAYER_TO_MIXER (-122)
- When the RequestSoundExportToWav is invoked with a specified range of sound to export, the exported WAV file may result larger than the expected one
- When a volume automation created through a PDJ playlist file is running, the component could fail firing the FadeInCompleted event.
- During a manual fading through the Fader.StartManualFading method, fading events may be raised twice.
- During playback of a video clip having triggers set, when seeking from paused state and then resuming, all the triggers before the current playing position when the pause command is invoked are trigged again.
- When the StreamVolumeSmoothingSet is applied to a player, the FadeInStarted and FadeOutStarted events may be raised twice.
- When the SeekSound method brings the current playback position beyond an existing trigger or cue point, the related event is immediately fired instead of being ignored.
- Calls to the VideoPlayer.OSDItemTextAdd, VideoPlayer.OSDItemTextChange, VideoPlayer.OSDItemOutlineTextAdd and VideoPlayer.OSDItemOutlineTextChange methods may generate an exception when the container application is compiled specifically for x64 or for "Any CPU" and run inside a x64 version of Windows.
- The StreaMixerCreate function may generate an exception fault when the audio driver of the selected output device is not supported.
- When a PDJ file containing the "NormalPlaylist" tag is loaded with attribute PLAYLIST_AUTOMATION_MODE, contained files will be loaded twice.
- After the PeakDetectionOnFile method has been invoked on a file returning 1.0 as highest peak, next calls to the method will always return the same value 1.0.