TPlayer is a program that you can use to play and mix audio files of the MP3, WAV, WMA and OGG format.
The user interface of the software is simple and intuitive. You can import media by using the file browser or the "drag and drop" method.
So, you can pause and stop the track, as well as adjust the volume and navigate back and forth within the stream.
In addition, you can create a playlist, search for audio on your computer, save a songlist, and set the starting and ending point.
But you can also adjust the balance and pitch, load a secondary song by accessing the context menu, as well as load an image for the program appearance.
Furthermore, you can configure auto mix options when it comes to completed percentage, peak level threshold and duration, as well as fade out ending song. Settings can be restored to default at any time.
The program takes up a low-to-moderate amount of system resources and didn't freeze or crash during our tests. Unfortunately, there is no help file available and it failed to load an OGG file (it popped up an error that said "Invalid file"). Moreover, it has some compatibility issues with Windows 7 (we couldn't get any songs to load).
In conclusion, TPlayer is certainly a software worth keeping an eye on. Besides the fact that it could improve its functionality, we definitely recommend it to all users.