Which Mediaplayer?

  Brian-336451 22:30 05 Oct 2003
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Obviously we have Windows Mediaplayer.

I'm aware of Realplayer and Winamp, but do any of you know of a small, compact media player that I can use in place of these monsters? (I realise that winamp is quite small but I don't really like it)?

  christmascracker 22:33 05 Oct 2003

Jet Audio from click here

  easyrider66 01:46 06 Oct 2003

Hi,
If your not bothered about looks, but more interested in function, give VLC a try.
click here. Its " open source " by the way.

Regards.

  AndySD 07:24 06 Oct 2003

I use Foobar2000 click here although it doesnt support many file formats when using wave files it hardly touches my system.

  The Paul 11:23 06 Oct 2003

Me - I'm a MusicMatch JukeBox fan. click here

  brittas 11:59 06 Oct 2003

If you use roxio, it has its own media player built in !!!

  Tazfan 13:23 06 Oct 2003

I swear by Quintessential. Its small, very effective, and has many many features (like fading in /out tracks atc). There are many skins, it uses very little memory and processor power, and its reliable. Its also free.

  Brian-336451 13:56 06 Oct 2003

Thanks for the help everyone, I shall try the links out and sort out something. I appreciate the response.

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