Foo Playcount 3.0.2 Crack

foo playcount is a useful plugin for foobar2000 designed to add playback statistics to your Media Library content.
Statistics can be displayed in the Properties dialog or using %first_played%, %last_played%, %played_per_day%, %play_count%, ded% and %rating%.







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Add media information to your Media Library.
For more information see:
Required Files:
foobar2000 1.1 or higher
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For more information see:
Current version:
You need to Install foobar2000 in a path C:\foobar2k and add your Plugin Foobar2000.dll to foobar2000 plugin folder.
Foobar2000 1.1 or higher
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You can watch this video to see how the plugin works:

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Plugin foobar2k.dll
Download from the link below:

Installed foobar2k.dll in the foobar2000 plugin folder.
Setup each machine to use the foobar2k.dll in foobar2000, this is done from the foobar2000 main menu in foobar2000, from options, go to plugins and setup the foobar2000.dll plugin
Restart foobar2000 from the foobar2000 main menu or start foobar2000 from command line to for a short time and finish.
Have fun.


Foo Playcount


Statistics can be displayed in the Properties dialog or using %first_played%, %last_played%, %played_per_day%, %play_count%, ded% and %rating%.
You can set a unique bar code for a barcode %bitrate%.


You can optionally log your actions to a text file. The default location is

%play_count%: is the user playcount – a handy way of presenting the total play count for all files in a library.

This plugin was created using the following developer tools:

Qt version:

On Windows 7, to work correctly, requires you to have the openssl32 package installed.

The plugin is known to work fine with the following versions of foobar2000:
– 6.0.7483.2475
– 6.0.9587.2475

The plugin does not work with the following versions of foobar2000:
– foobar2000 1857 64bit
– foobar2000 1857 32bit
– foobar2000 1859.0 (any version)
– foobar2000 64bit

foobar2000 changes

– 2016-12-14 version 2.0 changed
– add new compatible foobar2000 6.0.9587.2475
– add new compatible foobar2000 64bit

Known issues

The barcode command cannot be pressed unless a track is playing

If this is fixed please contact us at barcode support


If you encounter bugs or have feature suggestions, please contact us through the
bug tracker at

The plugin is created to use built-in facilities of foobar2000. All the functoins are accessible through the foobar2000 API.
The plugin is activated by adding another category to the barcode explorer which is available in foobar2000 in
Settings / General / Category Settings

Foo Playcount Crack +

Display the playcount of a specified content on the Media Library.
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What’s New In Foo Playcount?

* Connects your foobar2000 Media Library database to MySQL to provide statistics.
* Includes support for Windows Media Player DRM Support.
* Displays audio and video metadata in Media Library.
* Media Library support for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
* Auto-update of database table.
* Backup/restore support.
* Foobar2000 barcode support.
* Displays Foobar2000 logo in various locations in foobar2000 (Settings > Preferences > Time display)
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* For Windows
1. Extract the *.zip archive and copy the folder foo to the plugins folder.
* For Unix/Mac OS X
1. Move the foo plugin folder to the plugins folder.
2. Edit config.mak and add this line to list plugins.
* For standalone foobar2000 installation
1. Extract the zip archive and copy the unzipped directory to the plugins folder.
2. Edit the parameters, add the plugin to the list:
3. Edit config.mak and add this line to list plugins.
* For standalone foobar2000
1. Unzip the zip archive and copy the unzipped directory to the plugins folder.
* For usage instructions, see the barcode support.
* For location-based barcodes, the plugin stores barcodes as a value in the media library table.
* Foobar2000> foobar:plugin:playcount> Usage
* Display playcount stats
* Foobar2000> foobar:plugin:playcount> Statistics
* Display stats about a given media item
* Foobar2000> foobar:plugin:playcount> Statistics (dr)
* Show database values
* Foobar2000> foobar:plugin:playcount> Statistics (dr) (dr)
* Show database values for the selected media item
* Foobar2000> foobar:plugin

System Requirements For Foo Playcount:

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