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XMPlay[Audio Player Ultra Liviano]

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XMPlay is a full-featured audio player, supporting the OGG, MP3, MP2, MP1, WMA, WAV, AIFF, 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. You might have heard that XMPlay is the world's most accurate module player. That's right, but XMPlay is much more - it has grown into a fast, slim and beautiful multi-purpose audio tool that lets you manage your music library, listen to a wide variety of audio formats and even lets you save internet radio streams to disk. Regarding audio quality, many users say that XMPlay just sounds better than a lot of other software out there, including Winamp and Foobar 2000, not to mention the most accurate module playback. That is because XMPlay does't use any MP3 decoding libraries that come installed with Windows. XMPlay uses it's own routines to play MP3 and a lot of other formats which are supported right after you install XMPla


  • 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, crossfading
  • DSP
    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 and HLS), optionally writing a copy to disk, FTP directories and HTML webpages can be scanned for playable files
  • Subsongs and cues
    Files with multiple subsongs or cues can be played as one or separated into individual subsongs/cues
  • 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
  • Library
    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 particular tracks 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
  • Integration
    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 support
    Archived/compressed files can be loaded just like normal files, including support for nested archives
  • Unicode file support
    Support for Russian, Chinese, etc.
  • Visualisation
    Compatible with Sonique plugins, fullscreen display, includes a MOD pattern view
  • No installation
    UnZIP where you want and go!

Stream formats:

  • OGG - Ogg Vorbis
  • MP3 - MPEG1/2/2.5 layer 3
  • MP2 - MPEG layer 2
  • MP1 - MPEG layer 1
  • WMA - Windows Media Audio
  • WAV - any WAVE format that has a codec installed
  • AIFF - Audeo Interchange File Format
  • CDA - CD Audio

Module (MOD) formats:

  • MO3 - Modules with MP3 or OGG encoded samples
  • IT - Impulse Tracker modules
  • XM - FastTracker 2 modules
  • S3M - ScreamTracker 3 modules
  • MTM - MultiTracker modules
  • MOD - Generic module formats
  • UMX - Unreal/Tournament music package

Platform: Win32
web: http://www.un4seen.com/


What's New in Version   See changelog



3.8.4 - 20/12/2019
* Double skin size option
* ZIP support built-in (ZIP plugin removed)
* Live HLS stream delay is limited to around 30s
* Option to not play Adlib S3M files using built-in player so that a plugin can
* Level reduction/normalisation when downmixing is now optional
* Improved support for channel masks in multi-channel files
* Selection of search results in playlist/library is now optional
* Playlist track selection is retained across sessions
* "-noplay" command-line option to not start playing
* Default LAME encoder options changed to write only ID3v2 tags (not ID3v1)
* Default FLAC encoder options changed to write an intermediate file for proper seektables


3.8.4 - 22/02/2020

Here's an update that will allow a track entry to have its filename changed to the same as in an old removed/unreferenced entry:

It will always initially keep the renamed entry's existing info (the old info is lost) and then rescan the file. Not tested much yet, so please report any problems with it.




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