|Download:||Winamp Backup Tool|
|Version:||3.5.3 (Build 3202)|
|File Size:||832 KB|
|License:||Freeware (for non commercial use only)|
|System requirements:||Windows 7 or higher, Winamp 5.66 and above, Administration privileges
last build which supports XP/Vista is available here: Link
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Tired of losing your library database? Do you need the ability to move your Winamp config from one PC to another? Enjoy the ultimate Backup Tool for Winamp!
The tool was written by Christoph Grether.
A lot of people posted in the Winamp.com forums, that they have lost their library database, so I had the idea to create a Backup Tool, using NSIS as program language. The main idea was, that NSIS provides a step by step wizard for installers and already has a built-in localization system. So I decided to write the tool in 2010.
Since I'm using Winamp for a very long time, I was aware about all dependencies with saved settings for the native components and for 3rd party components. Though, there were a lot of other problems, so I asked Paweł for help. He wrote a lot of backend code and code for the GUI, so that I had enough time to work on the main backup system.
As of today, the tool is the best and most safe way to save all Winamp related settings, databases, skins, visualization presets etc. Even if some people still prepare to simply backup their Winamp settings folder, the tool is the better choice. Because the Winamp settings folder only holds settings for the native components (exluding Winamp Pro Registration Data, Skins, Vis Presets and especially 3rd party configuration files).
Thanks go to Paweł Porwisz, who helped during the 1.0 period with a lot of code and Darren Owen.
|Download:||Winamp Backup Tool English Example File|
The tool is fully translatable. If you want to translate the tool into your language, download and translate the above example file.
Please read careful the info provided in the language file.
You can send me your language file via mail or if you have xlat access, simply upload it to xlat.
The file was optimized for Notepad++.