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Thread: Can someone recommend a media player for me?

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    ExtraSharp's Avatar Poster BT Rep: +2
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    Here is what I'm looking for: I only listen to newly released music. So my collection is never over like 300 albums at a time. I dont need to sort the music by album/artist/year ect. I'm really looking for a program that will operate like a bar's jukebox.

    Show me the artist/album/and coverart in an alphabetical list. I would like to be able to review entire albums and sort accordingly.

    I'v heard Itunes can do this, but are there any alternatives?

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    iTunes is the Anti-Christ.

    Go with Winamp.



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    Media Monkey is also a good one. It works with some of the WinAmp pluggins as well. Plays almost any audio file out there!

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    Yea ive been using media monkey and it is good, but i reallly dont need the organizational power of MM. Maybe it can be set up to my liking, but i havn't figured out how yet.

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    use vlc

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmir View Post
    use vlc
    Why? While VLC is great for video, it will not perform the actions he's looking for.



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    You could give Quintessential player a try http://www.quinnware.com/
    With it's plug-ins it could be what you want and it's free.
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    Try Foobar 2000

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    Winamp for audio.
    VLC for video.
    Two awesome lightweight apps.

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    media player classic. comes with k-lite codec pack.

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