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Skins / New BentoX Skin for WinAmp/WACUP
« on: December 02, 2021, 08:15:33 PM »
Just released a new BentoX skin based on the old Bento skin.


Use this new BentoX WinAmp/WACUP skin to give your WinAmp/WACUP a modern make-over.
The old Bento skin was developed by Martin Pöhlmann, Ben Allison and Taber Buhl.
The new BentoX skin has these modifications:
  • Flat title bar
  • Flat grey window minimize, maximize and close buttons
  • Dark player buttons
  • Flat dark scroll bars and handles
  • Flat rectangular notification window
  • Darker text fonts
Download and Installation

The BentoX skin is freeware and can be downloaded at
Copy BentoX folder into %ProgramFiles%\Winamp\Skins\ or %ProgramFiles%\WACUP\Skins\
Open WinAmp/WACUP and select BentoX skin from Menu/Skins

Feedback welcome!


This Volume Logic 1.4 plugin (dll from Plantronics) works just fine in WinAmp but can't get it to work in WACUP.
Can you please support this plugin.
I can deliver you this plugin upon request for testing

Since there is no integration/syncing (yet) built into WACUP to sync playlists to Youtube Music, I decided to write some Python scripts myself to sync my WACUP m3u8 playlists to Youtube Music. I named my toolkit WinaYo and decided to share it as freeware:

WinaYo is a command line toolkit to convert and import WACUP playlists (m3u8) to Youtube Music playLists (csv) using Python and ytmusicapi. WinaYo also allows to backup Youtube Music playlists to csv files, which you can open in WACUP and import back into YTM. Deleting all your playlists is also supported. WinaYo can easily be modified to adapt to your playlist naming convention.

Comments are welcome.

I have about 40 SmartViews defined. I want to export them to m3u8 on a regular basis, but ml_exporter plugin does not start (library/export/smartviews/all smartviews).
I had the same problem in old winamp5. I guess when there are too many smartviews, the exporter plugin fails. When I delete my smartviews and only keep the basic, the plugin starts. Is there a workaround to export SmartViews to m3u8?

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