Discussion Your favourite video and audio player..!

Discussion in 'PC Hardware and Software' started by Rockfella, Feb 21, 2013.

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Would you try these?

Poll closed Mar 8, 2013.
  1. No i love my current favourite beacuse i don't like changes and my friend said it is good.

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  2. I will try them as rockfella said it is good! :p

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  3. I don't watch movies and listen to music.

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  4. This thread is brainfart, who gives a damn about players?

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  1. RajaPraveen

    RajaPraveen Black Jeebus Staff Member

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    For music through windows based computer i use this player.
    Foobar.jpg

    I use amarra and audirvana on my apple notebook.
     
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  2. Rockfella

    Rockfella Nordic Staff Member

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  3. harryneopotter

    harryneopotter NEO is my middle name ! Staff Member

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    ^^ one of the best...if not The Best !
     
  4. Rockfella

    Rockfella Nordic Staff Member

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    Suggest something better :p
     
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    ViKiD RAID Rookie

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    FOOBAR+WASAPI for Audio.
    CCCP + MPC HC + CoreAVC for CUDA decoding.
     
  6. Rockfella

    Rockfella Nordic Staff Member

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    I've used Foobar and i didnot like CCCP at all. Try AIMP3 for audio, you'll forget Foobar :)
     
  7. RajaPraveen

    RajaPraveen Black Jeebus Staff Member

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    Does AIMP3 support bit perfect audio and does not have exclusive mode to escape the windows audio mixer?

    From the name i am guessing it is an mp3 player so i am not sure if it will support all kinds of loss-less format.

    I have tried software players costing big bucks like amarra and pure music and still preferred foobar, so from my personal experience i have never come across a player which made me want to replace foobar, foobar is user friendly and supports most of my loss-less files, it has mode to escape the windows mixer and has bit perfect out,also i supports a couple of android remote software and becomes even more convenient to use.

    I really miss foobar when i have to play music through my apple notebook where i use amarra or audirvana.
     
  8. Rockfella

    Rockfella Nordic Staff Member

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    aimp3.jpg

    Yes it does support bitperfect :

    Aimp 3 beta 2! - Guru3D.com Forums

    However i switched over from foobar mainly because of the default shortcut keys and "fader" effect. If i mute or pause songs in AIMP3 it does it gradually not abrupt like in foobar.

    :p

    Cheers!

    EDIT: I honestly don't know which option in the screenshot is the best one to use. What's your say?
     

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