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Very annoying problem with most Audio players


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Does anybody know why when i select a full album worth of tracks in WinAmp, VLC and it seems most players it always starts with the last track first!!

JetAudio can manage it but the two ive mentioned simply refuse to play the tracks in the right order - and yes i have them numbered 01,02, 10, 11 etc

If i select 50 tracks it will play track 50 first then go to track 1 and so on.

As i mentioned JetAudio has no problem so why does WinAmp and the rest do??

The problem i have with JetAudio is that you select which equaliser setting you want - Rock, Metal, Classic etc and to be honest thought the general setting of VLC for e.g was better.

Help anybody?
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Just downloaded AIMP2, great little player - PLAYS THE TRACKS IN WRONG ORDER!!!!!!!!!!!!

10 track list created, playes track 10 first THEN 01,02,03

Thought id trick it, selected tracks 04,05,06 and yes it played 06 first then back to 04.

As i said if JetAudio can do why cant the rest ?

Select 50 photos and every editing piece of software will start at the first selected so whats so difficult about audio tracks?
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