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Blight's Avatar Blight 10:51 AM 11-17-2009
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It's been over a year since the release of version 6 and now version 7 is finally complete.

We've introduced a lot of new features, redesigned many interfaces for simplicity and intuitive use and many bugs were squashed to the roadside.

We hope you'll be proud of the end result and enjoy using Zoom Player just as much as we had designing it.


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Change list from RC2:
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  * Support for APE TAG embedded folder image (PNG and JPEG image formats
    are supported).

  * If a fullscreen navigation interface is visible, right-clicking it will
    show a "Close Navigator" option.

  * New Setting (Adv. Options / Playback - On Playlist Complete) allowing
    you to play the next file in the directory with the same file extension.

  * New Setting (Adv. Options / Playback / BluRay) allowing you to specify
    when a detected BluRay playlist containing HD content of a specified
    duration will be detected as the main movie over an SD (DVD quality)
    of longer duration.

  * New Setting (Adv. Options / Playback / Video / Subtitles) allowing
    you to specify the subtitle synchronization adjustment value used
    by the subtitle synchronization functions.

  * New Setting (Adv. Options / Interface / Control Bar), allowing you to
    auto-hide the control bar after the specified number of seconds even
    when playback is paused.

  - Fixed a video stuttering issue when using certain video renderers
    with Aero Desktop Composition enabled (Windows 7/Vista).

  - An "ACCESS VIOLATION 00000000 READ ADDRESS 00000000" error when using
    the advanced playlist control has been fixed.

  - Using the previous chapter function with only one chapter would go to
    the previous track rather than seeking to the first chapter.

  - When enabling "Close on Inactivity" for the fullscreen navigation
    interfaces, Opening a navigation interface through the SendMessage
    WinAPI command would have caused the dialog to time-out and close
    instantly.
Complete change list from v6

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