Calaym 1.10 Alpha 9

Calaym (formerly QuickPlayer) is a simple and easy to use Windows audio player. You can use it to play your favorite music files and all common music formats like mp3, Ogg Vorbis, wav, wma, mod, s3m, xm. It's small, it's fast, it has support for multiple playlists with very easy navigation and lots of options. It's very easy to use, it has support for UNICODE ID3 tags and more. QuickPlayer was designed to create a playlist orientated music player in windows style. To avoid depencies, it uses FMod.dll as sound system (BASS and FModEx layers are also available) instead of the Windows Media Player engine. Furthermore, it uses several Windows API to enhance the standard Visual Basic controls instead of using external usercontrols (OCX files).

What's new in Calaym version 1.10 Alpha 9:
Add: MIDI tooltip used for streamed MIDIs
Add: "Change soundfont" keyboard shortcut mentioned in tooltip for MIDI, if available
Chg: Smarter seeking (Seek back / forward)
Fix: Endless playlist/preset/timer menu update/file reading once triggered
Bug: Crashed with internet radio icecast streams (BASS soundsystem layer)
Add: DPI scaling for folder/song/radiostation/fileformat icons, plus EMF/WMF graphics accordingly
Fix: Cannot start on Windows NT4 due missing GetMonitorInfoW function
Fix: Transparency issue (Windows NT4 / 2000)
Fix: Horizonal scroll position not taken into account for drag detection
Fix: Dragging to other applications not working in Win9x version
Add: Song position support for loudest song IPC
Add: Deluxe spectrum now using antialiasing, plus some optimations
Chg: Enhanced IPC with accurate song position, and supporting song position for loudest song as well.

QuickPlayer Screenshot

Calaym Interface

Latest version: 1.10 Alpha 9 (15 Aug 2014)
License: Freeware
System requirements: Windows (All)
Download: Calaym 1.10 alpha 9 full.7z (3.5 MB)

See also:
The GodFather
Freemake Audio Converter
Helium Audio Ripper
Nero WaveEditor

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