AudioPlayer / News: Recent posts

Dashed Filename bug

There's a bug in the current version that doesn't allow filenames with dashes to be opened via the command line.

The bug has been fixed now and you can download the English NT/XP update from http://audioplayer.sourceforge.net/AudioPlayer_update.zip

Posted by Adrian 2007-04-29

AudioPlayer 0.985 Released

A new version of AudioPlayer is now available for download.

The changelog for this release:
* Fixed divide by zero crash when playing zero duration sound files
* Open File(s) remains enabled when a file is open/playing, so you change files without having to select the close option first
* The title and artist of the song now appears in the middle part of the status bar instead of the filename
* Language DLL issue fixed where the filter for the Open File(s) dialog box was missing in some language versions

Posted by Adrian 2007-01-04

AudioPlayer 0.98 is go for launch

AudioPlayer is a DirectShow based media player capable of playing MP3, MPGA, WAV, MIDI, AU, WMA and ASF sound files as well as WPL, ASX, WMX, WAX and M3U playlists. Internet media is also supported and no install is required. All in less than 100KB of download.

We're back with the first multi-lingual release of AudioPlayer. Currently available are French, Italian, Simplified Chinese, Romanian and Norweigan.... read more

Posted by Adrian 2006-11-10

0.98 News and More

Version 0.98 of AudioPlayer should be ready for public consumption soon. It includes a much requested playlist view showing the titles of songs in the playlist (see http://sourceforge.net/project/screenshots.php?group_id=156633&ssid=44169 ), and a menu command to play all files in a folder without having to manually select them. With the growing international interest, I'm thinking of developing a system to aid translation. It will require rewriting a chunk of the application so it may not be in place until version 1.0.... read more

Posted by Adrian 2006-10-12

AudioPlayer v0.97 Released

Version 0.97 of AudioPlayer is now available for direct download from sourceforge (update downloads will be available tomorrow).

New in this release:
* Song lyrics display
* Improved MSN integration
* Single instancing option
* Volume Slider has been inverted
* Misc bug fixes

Windows 98/ME and NT/XP versions along with the source code can be download from:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=156633

Posted by Adrian 2006-09-14

AudioPlayer v0.95 Released

AudioPlayer is a DirectShow based media player capable of playing MP3, WAV, MIDI, WMA and ASF sound files as well as WPL, ASX, WMX, WAX and M3U playlists. Internet media is also supported and no install is required. All in less than 100KB.

Following an extended hiatus, the newest version of AudioPlayer, version 0.95, is now available for download.

This release includes:
* A new drag and drop interface to play both single and multiple files
* Support for creating your own playlists
* Saving and re-saving all playlists as M3U files, * MSN Messenger "What I'm listening to" integration
* Registration of ASXML, WAXML, etc file types
* Selection of multiple files from the "Open File(s)" menu item
* Check for updates functionality... read more

Posted by Adrian 2006-06-07

AudioPlayer v0.9 Released

AudioPlayer does exactly what it says on the tin. It plays your MP3, MP2, WAV, WMA, RAW, PCM, RIFF and AU media along with audio only ASF files as well as WPL, ASX, WMX, WAX and M3U playlists.

I'm happy to say that the 0.9 release is now available for download. This update fixes minor bugs and adds support for basic scriptability with a more extensive command line interface.

The full changelog from 0.85 is:
* Fixed non-automatic playing bug when launching files from command line
* Added Command Line switches
* Can now change the background colour
* Fixed playing of http entries in playlists
* Added Autocomplete to for URL's and local files to edit box
* Shuffle changed to default on
* "Open Playlist" menu option removed, now both single files and playlists can be opened from the "Open File" option
* Other minor bugfixes... read more

Posted by Adrian 2006-03-14

SVN Repository online

The individual source code files and their iterative updates (starting from the current 0.85 release) are available via the SVN repository.

http://svn.sourceforge.net/audioplayer

The FMOD version source is included in the repository but the DirectShow 0.8 version isn't (this can be downloaded from http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/audioplayer/AudioPlayer_0.8_src.zip?download ).

Posted by Adrian 2006-03-04

AudioPlayer v0.85 Released

AudioPlayer does exactly what it says on the tin. It plays your MP3, MP2, WAV, WMA, RAW, PCM, RIFF and AU media along with audio only ASF files as well as WPL, ASX, WMX, WAX and M3U playlists.

Building upon the successful release of v0.8, the newest version of AudioPlayer is now available for download from sourceforge.

The new major feature on offer is support for WPL, ASX, WMX, WAX and M3U playlists. Their contents can be listened to in order, or in a random manner by turning on shuffle.... read more

Posted by Adrian 2006-02-16

AudioPlayer v0.8 released

AudioPlayer does exactly what it says on the tin. It plays your MP3, MP2, WAV, WMA, RAW, PCM, RIFF and AU media along with audio only ASF files.

The first public release is now available for download on sourceforge. This version is a internal departure from previous release, now utilizing DirectShow technology to play files instead of the FMOD sound system. Changing the design has also enabled streaming of Windows Media Audio files along with MIDI and WAV and the new ability of being able to download and save MPEG audio files.... read more

Posted by Adrian 2006-01-06

AudioPlayer FMOD v.4 released

AudioPlayer does exactly what it says on the tin. It plays all your MP3, MPGA, WAV, WMA, RAW, PCM, RIFF and AU media along with audio only ASF files.

This is the last FMOD based release, released February 2005. Unlike the DirectShow versions to follow soon, this version natively supports Ogg Vorbis files. It is released here for the sake of reference and completeness. This version is no longer in development and any bugs will not be fixed.... read more

Posted by Adrian 2006-01-05

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