Editor: 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. When XMPlay was first released in 1998, only the XM format was supported, hence the name "XMPlay".
Plays the way nature intended
32/24-bit & multi-channel output
Take advantage of supporting hardware for ultimate quality
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
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
Displays file/format information, messages/tags, and instrument/sample texts, open webpages from the texts
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
Save settings (DSP/etc) to be automatically used each time specific tracks or FileTypes are played, save presets for quick application at any time
Write 8/16/24/32-bit WAV files, use external encoders (MP3/OGG/etc), optional level normalization, dithering & noise shaping, individual MOD instrument writing
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
Screenshots are not available currently.
What's New in XMPlay 3.6
Release notes are not available currently.
No additional system requirements.