WMPCDText 1.4 freeware
WMPCDText is a plug-in for Windows Media Player that adds support for reading CD-Text. WMPCDText will read CD-Text directly from within Windows Media Player. There is an option to automatically read CD-Text from unknown audio CD's. Alternatively, you can also right-click on a CD-track in the Now Playing-pane while the CD is playing, and click Read CD-Text.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||audio, text, music, album, track, info, windows media player|
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|1.4||Jan 30, 2015||New Release||Fixed: when trying to access the plug-in settings of WMPCDText 1.3 while the plug-in was disabled, either the settings didn't appear or Windows Media Player would crash.|
|2.70||Jan 30, 2015||New Release||Fixed: broken plug-in functionality on Windows 8.1 after installation of the November 2014 Windows update rollup (KB3000850). Special thanks to berban for reporting.
Fixed: possible crash when closing Windows Media Player or when starting media playback. Special thanks to Paul Coddington and Philipp for reporting and testing a fix.
Fixed: when re-enabling Windows Media Player plug-ins after a crash, Now Playing plug-ins are now ignored. Previously, these plug-ins would become 'enabled' without actually being loaded or a way to disable them again.
By default, the global hotkeys now use the Ctrl+Shift modifiers instead of Ctrl+Win, to prevent possible conflicts with system hotkeys in future versions of Windows. (Reconfiguring the hotkeys to use the Windows key again is of course still allowed, and this change only affects new Windows Media Player Plus! installations.)
|1.4||Sep 3, 2012||New Release||Version 1.4 fixes an issue that was introduced in version 1.3 and that could lead to a Windows Media Player crash.|