AdvaPlay is an advanced audio player for Windows with many great features. It can fade out a song and mix the last seconds with the next one, and it supports end types that let you tell AdvaPlay what to do after each song (as in, fade out and start the next one, stop and wait a few seconds, or wait for a keystroke). AdvaPlay has three interfaces, and it can run from the system tray. It includes its own Web server, AdvaWeb, which allows you to administer the player from any computer in your local network or even over the Internet. AdvaPlay has a built-in database system that supports MS Access databases to let you easily add songs (as well as information) to the database and use them later in playlists. AdvaPlay has a special AutoPlay function. When active, AdvaPlay will automatically insert random songs from the database into the current playlist. AdvaPlay also can accept requests. You can request any song from the database just by connecting to AdvaPlay's built-in Web server using any regular Web browser.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||10.6 MB|
|Operating System||Windows Me Windows 98 Windows Windows NT Windows 95 Windows 2000 Windows XP|
|System Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|