Playing music, HD/UHD subscriptions are supported, no problems with DRM anymore.
What does not
Font is stuck at Times New Roman, Amazon support states that the application just uses what Windows states what the default font is. For some reason, it's Times New Roman in this case, all my other applications use Tahoma as that should be the default font. Maybe Amazon Music doesn't support Tahoma, but I'm pretty sure that's the font that it uses on my full-metal Windows 10 installation.
Also keep in mind that latency is a bit worse with mouse input, but is almost completely unnoticeable.
Exclusive mode also does not work, this is more likely the fault of PulseAudio and Pipewire, does not work on either.
The max bitrate/frequency the application can handle in Wine is 24bit/48kHz, versus the 24bit/192kHz that the full-metal Windows can handle.
What was not tested
Performance during stress GPU loads with hardware acceleration, but I expect the result to be similar with a full-metal Windows installation.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Show||Debian GNU/Linux 11.x "Bullseye" x86_64||Jun 06 2022||7.7||Yes||Yes||No||Garbage||mide|
|Current||Arch Linux x86_64||Apr 03 2022||7.5-staging||Yes||Yes||No||Silver||Evan Griffith|
|Show||Fedora 35 x86_64||Mar 31 2022||7.5-staging||Yes||Yes||Yes||Silver||Jesse Stroster|
|Show||Fedora 35 x86_64||Mar 29 2022||7.2||Yes||Yes||Yes||Gold||RustyToaster18|
Currently Times new roman is used. I have to test some fonts. Installing many fonts with winetricks is dumb, because of message boxes. Times new roman is not ugly, but it needs to be documented how to make it working 100%.