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    My recomendation, try it out - you won't regret.
    Light Alloy 1.D
    Light Alloy is an advanced multimedia player for Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP. It is fast, powerful and easy-to-use. It can play video (AVI, MPEG, ASF, etc) and audio files (MP3, WAV, MID, etc). There are some of its possibilities:
    • Easy-to-use interface
    • Small size, fast launch, lightened system load
    • Optional control panel and positioning bar during full-screen play
    • Changing playing rate from one tenth to double-speed
    • Current time on control panel
    • Custom movie size with or without aspect ratio preservation
    • Optional changing screen resolution when switches to full-screen and back
    • Adjustable properties of all used DirectShow filters
    • Playlist with bookmarks
    • Audio volume control on control panel
    • Ability to step through a video stream as slowly as one frame at a time
    • Screen-shots
    • Drag-and-drop files on player
    • Video decoder benchmark test
    • Detailed report by playlist
    • Subtitles support

    File Size: 774 K
    Requeriments: DirectX 8.0 and higher.
    It's a shareware: free to try, $25 to buy.
    The only limitation of this trial version is popup-screen when you launch player and open configuration window.
    There is no time-limit or feature-disable restriction!
    User Opinions at download.com - http://download.com.com/3302-2194-10137615...15.html?tag=lst

    The new version has just comen out!!!
    Light Alloy v2.0 RC2
    Program's webpage:
    http://la.video-soft.com/


    Edited: latest changes, program's webpage, user opinions' link

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    Nice! I tryed another out the other day called: ZoomPlayer. I liked how it had Aspec Ratio options for many media formats, so I was able to play Lord of the Rings Two Towers screener in Full Screen mode (no black bars) and it already had a3 codec. supperB!
    The audio in that rip was soo darn good. same with image qual..heh, who cares if it keep showin that small text sayin For Your Consideration

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    just use realplayer or bsplayer and zoomplayer

    i have media player also

    those are overroll the best ones out now anyway

    cheers

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    I've used many players, and I know what I say.
    Real Player..? - Trash!
    Media player..? - Trash!
    Bsplayer and Zoomplayer are good ones. But still they can not compete with LA in speed and simplicity of interface
    those are overroll the best ones out now anyway
    How to say you milder?
    Don't judge like that if you didn't try out everything.

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    I tried Light Alloy, it's pretty good.

    Only problem is it doesn't allow for very good playlist management (eg. group by artist, album, etc.)

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    I LOVE IT, I WILL USE IT

    It wil play M3u files aslo

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    Originally posted by Dieselpower@1 March 2003 - 17:16
    I've used many players, and I know what I say.
    Real Player..? - Trash!
    Media player..? - Trash!
    Bsplayer and Zoomplayer are good ones.
    got agree with u there i use bsplayer for video and winamp 2.82 for audio

    havent tryed la dose it have subtittle abilities?

    the main reasion i use bs player is for subtitles dont realy care how many resorses it uses as i only use it on the comp hooked to the tv and all it dose is run my direct tv and play movies and store my moves on the HDs better then a dvd player

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    the main reasion i use bs player is for subtitles
    Light Alloy seems to have subtitle support.

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    cool thanx for the info ill give it a try

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    Originally posted by QuietSilence&#33;+2 March 2003 - 01:09--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (QuietSilence&#33; @ 2 March 2003 - 01:09)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--Dieselpower@1 March 2003 - 17:16
    I&#39;ve used many players, and I know what I say.
    Real Player..? - Trash&#33;
    Media player..? - Trash&#33;
    Bsplayer and Zoomplayer are good ones.
    got agree with u there i use bsplayer for video and winamp 2.82 for audio

    havent tryed la dose it have subtittle abilities?

    the main reasion i use bs player is for subtitles dont realy care how many resorses it uses as i only use it on the comp hooked to the tv and all it dose is run my direct tv and play movies and store my moves on the HDs better then a dvd player [/b][/quote]
    LA fully supports subtitles.
    As English isn&#39;t my native language I for myself use subtitles for movies.

    P.S. For audio I use winamp 2.82, as many others do.

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