Colibri is a native macOS audio player built from scratch on BASS technology.
Colibri supports cristal-clear bit-perfect playback of all popular lossless and lossy audio formats, uses only a tiny amount of computing power and offers a clean and intuitive user experience.
- Added missing DSD file type associations for Finder
- Added an on/off switch for the Equalizer as for some reason I totally forgot to include it
- Added a new default DSD Data Sending method that should play even nicer with your DACs: 'Native with fallback to Auto'
- Unplayable / gone missing songs are now marked in red and are not removed from the playlist
- Such unplayable files will be cleared from being red if the path to them becomes available/reachable
- Enhanced the Sandbox handling to better differentiate between 'unreachable' and 'reachable, but non-existent' file paths
- Reworked DSD data signal chain handling to make Colibri more crash-proof in terms of selecting DSD sending methods not supported by the DAC
- Colibri can now figure out what to do with Cue Sheets that have alarmingly disorganized content
BUGS FIXED IN THIS UPDATE
- Sandbox permission dialog would constantly pop-up if a song went missing before playback
- Moving multiple songs around in the playlist would confuse Colibri
- Pressing the stop button wouldn't always instantly stop the playback
- Colibri would sometimes highlight the wrong song as currently playing in the playlist
- Colibri would mix up remembered songs in the playlist if some of them disappeared before launch
- Colibri would crash when some songs are reordered during playback
- Fatal crash would occur if multiple songs went missing during playback
- Playlist songs would not accept the reordering properly during playback
- Playlist would become disorganized if a particular song type is moved during playback
- Colibri wouldn't be able to come up with a random song order and would just grind to a halt
- Colibri would crash upon loading seriously non-conforming Cue Sheets
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor