How Do You Deal With Winamp Android Unicode?

If you see Winamp Android Unicode this guide should help you.

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Displaying unusual characters in Winamp


Displaying international names (Unicode) in Winamp 5.5x.

Global parameter:

  1. Go to: Winamp> Parameters (Ctrl + P ) Playlist
  2. Disable> Use Skin Pores and Skin Font or Tongue
  3. Select a suitable font from the dropdown, eg. Arial Unicode MS

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Note. If a new font suitable for the language clients want to display is not already installed directly on your system,
then you might need to find it and fix it …
(Note that Arial MS is the Unicode versions in Microsoft Office 2003+) .

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Classic skins:
At best, this parameter is required if you are using a classic skin:

  1. Go to: Winamp> Settings (Ctrl + P)> Skin > Classic Skins
  2. Deactivate “Use colored font to display company name in main window”

Modern skins:
These settings are only required once if you are using Modern (no skin for classic skins):

  1. Go to: Winamp> Prefs (Ctrl + P)> Skins> Modern skins> Tab Font rendering.
  2. Disable “Use alternate fonts if each skin defines them”
  3. Replace the replacement TrueType font with a more appropriate font from the Replace With drop-down menu.
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    Please note that unfortunately there was a bug in Winamp 5.2x-5.5 that caused Winamp to restart the computer for the changes to the settings to take effect.

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Media Library:
For common Unicode fonts in the media library:

  1. Get it working: Winamp> Preferences> Media Library> Library Options tab
  2. Checkbox “The library uses the same font as the playlist editor”

Please note, this assumes that you are have already installed the appropriate font for the playlist.

For the alternative to upgrade to 5.3x, you may also need to update the metadata in the local media library database. You can do it now in:

  • media library> audio screen
  • Select all items in the tracking area (Ctrl + A)
  • Right-click the entry and select Read Metadata On Selected Items.

Note that you can do this in stages when you have a huge database
(for example, in more than 10,000 files).

Read and Write MP3 ID3 Tags:

  1. Go to: Winamp Prefs >> Plugin> Input > in_mp3.dll> config
  2. Make sure the correct settings are selected on the Title / Tags tab.

For example:

  • Read ASCII tags, for example: system language (not Latin-1)
  • Write tags in the form: Unicode (UTF-16)

You must enter Unicode characters in the ID3v2 tag (ID3v1 does NOT support Unicode). However, please note that more and more external / old MP3 CDs and portable players do not support Unicode ID3v2 tags. So Keep this in mind if you also want to use your MP3 files with some of these players (if your external / portable player does not support Unicode ID3v2 terms, only fancy Jibberish / Square characters will be displayed, enter

Results:

If you followed everything, I would say the above instructions correctly
You should get full support for international / Unicode characters as soon as possible.

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Additional notes

Save Unicode Playlists:

When you can save your playlist to a file (using: Playlist Editor> List button> Save Playlist)
Be sure to change the entire Save As dropdown menu to create a .m3u8 playlist (unicode instead of m3u).

To skip files:

To display Unicode images in the Go to File (J) dialog box, provided that you have not turned off support for the extensionTo access these files in my installation options, follow these steps:
Winamp go -> Settings -> Go to file -> View tab
and make sure the Use Playlist Editor Font for Go To File dialog box is checked.

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  1. Open: Winamp> Preferences> (Ctrl + P) Playlist.
  2. Disable the “Skin can use a font from a language pack” option
  3. Choose a suitable font from the dropdown menu eg. Arial Unicode MS

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Note, if your layered computer does not already have a suitable language that you want to display,
then you need willpower to find and install it …
(Note: Arial MS Unicode is included in Microsoft Office 2003+) .

Classic skins:
This parameter is only required when using the classic skin:

  1. Gogo to: Winamp> Preferences (Ctrl + P)> Skins> Classic Skins
  2. Disable skin “Use font in relation to main window title display”

Modern skins:
These settings are only needed when using a modern skin (not for classic skins):

  1. Go to: Winamp> Preferences (Ctrl + P)> Skins> Modern Skins> Font Rendering tab.
  2. Disable “Use alternative fonts if their skin describes”
  3. Replace the replacement TrueType font with a more appropriate font, often using the Replace With drop-down menu.

    Please note that in Winamp 5.2x-5.5, an error may occur that requires restarting Winamp for the change to take effect.

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  1. Select: Winamp> Settings> Media Library> Library options tab.
  2. Checkbox “The library uses the same font as the playlist editor”

Note that this assumes that you have installed the correct font for your main playlist.

If you If you are upgrading from a version earlier than 5.3x, you may also need to update all metadata in the local media library database. You can make your own by following the link:

  • Media Library> Sound Display
  • Select all elements on the tracks (Ctrl + A)
  • Right-click the entry and select Read Metadata For Selected Items.

Please Note: If you have a huge database, you probably want to do this at different levels
(for example, in more than 10,000 files).

  1. Navigate to: Winamp> Prefs> Plugin> Input> in_mp3.dll> config
  2. Make sure the correct settings are selected only in the tab title / tags.
  • Read ASCII tags as: system language (not Latin-1).
  • Write tags like this: Unicode (UTF-16)

May be required to enter Unicode characters when bombing ID3v2 (ID3v1 does NOT support Unicode). However, please note that many external / legacy MP3 programs and portable players do not support Unicode ID3v2 tags. You probably want to come to terms with this thinking if you plan on having these characters.oles in their MP3s as well (if the external / portable MP3 player is looking for good suggestions that support Unicode ID3v2 tags, things just change weird chatter. / Show Type Square Personas instead).

If you have followed all the above instructions correctly
You should now have full support for international / Unicode characters.

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When to save a playlist as content (via: Playlist Editor> List> Manage Playlist)
Make sure to change the Save As dropdown menu to display the .m3u8 playlist (unicode instead of m3u).

To display Unicode characters in the Go to File dialog box and not uncheck the “Advanced skip if you need help with files” checkbox in the available installation options, follow the link:
Winamp -> Settings -> Go to File -> View Tab
and make sure the “Use editor font for Go to file” dialog box is checked without asking.

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