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This is just a small quirk that is buggin me with XMMS. Some of my MP3s skip horribly when being played in XMMS. At first I thought they were bad files, so I switched to my Windows XP partition and played them in Winamp and they sounded perfect.
Okay, I just tried it with Noatun, and it did not skip. I really do not want to switch over and use Noatun, I don't really care for it. Is there any way I can fix XMMS or is there program that is better?
I didn't actually fix my problem... I just well, switched players. I found something called Amarok, its an awesome player, and NONE of my mp3s skipped either! I also found that for some reason it was reading my ID3 tags better too. I have no clue! Anyways, check it out if you want.