Superfiles

Windows Audio Players

The multi-purpose multimedia player

Pros

Multi-format

Free

Cons

Not as popular as rivals

We’ve also suffered that codecs nightmare before: trying to play a video but the picture’s not working, or a track but the sounds not all there - all because our default player doesn’t support the formats you want to play. At times like these, you need an all-weather media player like AIMP.

The free and comprehensive AIMP is a multi-purpose media player that supports all manner of file formats, lets you listen to radio online, and even add cool sound effects to your audio samples.

How is AIMP laid out?

AIMP has a music library where you can organize all of your songs, mark tracks as already listened to, and check out all of your file stats.

It allows you to create multiple playlists and group songs depending on your moods and tastes. The Smart Playlists features lets you build playlist based on one or few directories, music in your library, or filter and group data. 

Which file formats does it support?

.CDA, .AAC, .AC3, .APE, .DTS, .FLAC, .IT, .MIDI, .MO3, .MOD, .M4A, .M4B, .MP1, .MP2, .MP3, .MPC, .MTM, .OFR, .OGG, .OPUS, .RMI, .S3M, .SPX, .TAK, .TTA, .UMX, .WAV, .WMA, .WV, .XM, .DSF, and .DFF.

Can you convert files?

Sure thing: AIMP lets you convert your files to APE, MP3, FLAC, OGG, WAV, WMA, OPUS, MusePack and WavPack. You can also import audio from CDs.

What else can you do with AIMP?

You can use the program as an alarm clock (Choose the time you want it to boot up and start playing) and you can also set a time for your computer to shut down when all of your favorite songs have finished playing.

SUMMARY


AIMP is one of the best multimedia players on the market, compatible with a huge number of formats.

FEATURES


Supports various formats
File conversion
Auto alarm

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