XMPlay - Audio Player

XMPlay is an audio player, supporting the OGG / MP3 / MP2 / MP1 / WMA / WAV / CDA / MO3 / IT / XM / S3M / MTM / MOD / UMX audio formats, and PLS / M3U / ASX / WAX playlists. A load more formats are also supported via plugins.

Main Features

Balls-on accurate
Plays the way nature intended

32/24-bit & multi-channel output
Take advantage of supporting hardware for ultimate quality

Gapless output
Gapless playback of all supported formats

Interpolation & volume/pan ramping
For output that's smoother than a baby's arse!

Automatic gain control (and Replaygain), 9 band equalizer, reverb, plugin support

Net streaming
All supported file types (including MODs and archives) can be streamed from FTP and HTTP servers (inc. Shoutcast/Icecast/Icecast2), optionally writing a copy to disk, FTP directories and HTML webpages can be scanned for playable files

Track information
Displays file/format information, messages/tags, and instrument/sample texts, open webpages from the texts

Title formatting
You decide how you want the track titles to look, title updating from 'net streams and CUE sheets

A database of your tracks, with directory monitoring, for quick and easy access to the tracks you want to play

Saved/preset settings
Save settings (DSP/etc) to be automatically used each time specific tracks or filetypes are played, save presets for quick application at any time

Disk writing
Write 8/16/24/32-bit WAV files, use external encoders (MP3/OGG/etc), optional level normalization, dithering & noise shaping, individual MOD instrument writing

Keyboard shortcuts
Fully customizable shortcuts, including global hotkeys

Open files/folders from Windows Explorer, drag'n'drop files/folders/shortcuts/URLs, monitor the clipboard for playable URLs, drag'n'drop tracks from XMPlay into other programs, icon customization

Archive plugins
Archived/compressed files can be loaded just like normal files, including support for nested archives

Unicode file support
Support for Russian, Chinese, etc...

Compatible with Sonique plugins, fullscreen display, includes a MOD pattern view

Download and Details : http://www.un4seen.com/


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