Xtreme Media Player 0.7.0
A nice media player
The interface of the application is clean and pretty intuitive. Audio tracks can be imported from the hard drive by using either the file browser or the 'drag and drop' method. But you can also open music from URL.
The file list displays the track number, title, duration, artist, album and genre of each item. So, you can use some basic audio player functions, such as pause and stop, create a playlist, go to the next or previous track, adjust the volume and navigate back and forth within the song.
Additional features of Xtreme Media Player include a search function; you can enable repeat or shuffle mode, randomize items in the playlist, save the playlist and switch to visualization mode.
From the 'Preferences' screen you can change the interface skin and language, disable UI effects, make Xtreme Media Player automatically check for program updates at startup, change the default cache directory and select the audio playback device.
The audio player needs a moderate amount of CPU and system memory, supports keyboard shortcuts and has a good response time. We haven't come across any issues in our tests; Xtreme Media Player did not freeze, crash or display error popups. Thanks to its intuitive layout, Xtreme Media Player can be seamlessly handled, even by less experienced users.
Reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on January 9th, 2013
Xtreme Media Player
In a hurry? Add it to your Download Basket!
What's New in This Release:
- NEW - Windows Installer with single instance support
- NEW - User can sort the playlist by the track number, track title, track duration, track artist, track album, track genre
- NEW - Select which playlist columns to display by right clicking on the new playlist table header
- NEW - Change the order of the playlist columns by dragging them with the mouse
Application descriptionXtreme Media Player is a handy, most easy to use, cross-platform media player. Beging developed in Java will most like...