QPlayer is simplified and easy to use mediaplayer.
- Simplified UI
- Many playlists
- Supports playlist names from directory structure or from ID tags
- Gapless playback
- Replay Gain support (no scanner yet)
- Album covers from disk or from ID tags
- Timed lyrics (only .qlr format)
Playlists can be as many as needed. You can choose is "artist", "album" and "song name" fields fetch from ID tags or from folder structure. You can queue songs directly from playlist by clicking '+' char near track name. Removing from queue is just as simple by clicking queue number. Currently playing song is marked by '>' -char.
QPlayer few settings are located to context menu
Album cover images
QPlayer support album images that is stored in file itself (tags) or separate image file. Separate image cover is named as "album_thumb.jpg" and are located in the folder where the album files (must be own folder to each album). Image size should be small 75x75 becouse large images can slow down the loading of the playlist.
"C:\Mp3\Hardrock\Metallica\1983 Kill 'em all\album_thumb.jpg"
QPlayer supports realtime lyrics in its own format (qlr).
You can create lyric files by creating text file like this.
"c:\Mp3\Stream Of Passion\2009 The Flame Within\04 - When You Hurt Me The Most.mp3"
"c:\Mp3\Stream Of Passion\2009 The Flame Within\04 - When You Hurt Me The Most.qlr"
Qlr file format is simple.
#V0 ;When You Hurt Me The Most 00:19:0The air was cold the night I fled, 00:26:0your eyes were more than I could take. 00:31:0I ran so fast, I ran like hell, ...
#V[value] = Delay in milliseconds
; = comment
00:19:0 = 19 seconds from begining.
QPlayer needs to work
- Supported file formats: wav, ogg, mp1, m1a, mp2, m2a, mpa, mp3, mp3pro, aif, aiff, bwf, cda, midi, mid, rmi, kar, wma, aac, m4a, mp4, ac3, m4a, ape, mac, flac, fla, oga, ogg, mpc, mp+, mpp, spx, tta, wv
- Used Audio Engine: bass
- Application Environment: Microsoft .net 4.5.1
- Tested on: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 (Win XP no more supported)