fmedia 0.23 Beta

fmedia is a fast asynchronous portable 64-bit audio player/recorder/converter for Windows. Its goal is to provide smooth playback even if input device is very slow and unresponsive. The architecture allows to extend the functionality of the application in any way: adding a new audio input/output format, a new DSP filter or even a new GUI. fmedia is very small and fast: it has low CPU & memory consumption making it ideal to listen to music or process audio files while running on a notebook's battery. fmedia can decode: mp3, ogg, m4a/mp4 (AAC, ALAC), flac, ape, wv, wav, opus. fmedia can encode : opus, mp3, ogg, m4a (AAC), flac, wav.

Self-contained. fmedia uses modified versions of 3rd party libraries: libALAC, libfdk-aac, libFLAC, libMAC, libmp3lame, libmpg123, libogg, libsoxr, libvorbisenc, libvorbis, libwavpack. Everything is inside the package, so no additional dependencies are required to be installed on your system.
Portable. No installation, just uncompress the package anywhere you want!

fmedia v0.23 changelog:
GUI: save/load current playlist on exit/start ("autosave_playlists" config setting)
MPEG stream copy: copy ID3 tags
MPEG: use separate filters and mpeg.decode
MPEG: ID3v2.3 parse: support extended header
MPEG: ID3v2.4 parse: support 'data length indicator'
plist.dir: expand sub-directories
core: move soxr convertor to a separate module fmedia can run without any 3rd-party libraries. Remove all unneeded modules from fmedia.conf if you need a tiny package with core functions only.
fmedia can be built for i686 CPU without 3rd-party libraries

fmedia Screenshot

fmedia Interface

Latest version: 0.22 (27 Jan 2017)
License: Open Source
System requirements: 64-Bit Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
Download: (3.0 MB)

See also:
Small Player
Album Player

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