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Media player with possibility to play many media files together and MS Access Database support.

Why use it:

Normal and simply Windows User interface.
Simply open a media file as you do it in Word or Excel and show it.
You can open more than one media-files (video, audio and pictures) together.
When you open a file, all files with those extention will be automaticaly imported in an Access-database file (mdb).
No limits for a database of media files, you can hold a million and more media files in a Table.
You can sorting media files by name, size, directory, date of creation, extention.
You can play a list of media files (video, audio or mixed) sequently.
You can play avi, bmp, jpg, mid, mp3, mpg, wav, wmg, wmv media files.

Usefull Keyboard buttons:

ESC - to return back from Full-screen mode.
arrows Up or Down - Sound volume up or down
Home or End - Sound Volume to Full or Zero
m - Sound mute on / off

Shift, Ctrl - to select more then one files in the Playlist.
Ctrl + A - to select all files in the Playlist.
Enter - to play a selected file in the Playlist.
Delete - to delete selected files from the Playlist.
Numpad 'Plus'- to increase a Time-delay between a pictures.
Numpad 'Minus'- to decrease a Time-delay between a pictures.


Drag the progress bar below for positioning a media file.
Klick a column headers in a Playlist for sorting it.
Open more then one Playlist and sorting each of them.
When you open a media file, all files with that extention will be imported from directory in a Playlist.
Select a lot of media files in a Playlist and play all of them sequently (Menu: Playlist / Play selected files)

How to register it:

Start the VIPlayer.
Call in Menu: Help / Registration...
Enter your User Name and Serial number.
Without registration you can use the VIPlayer one month free.
What you need:

Program details
Downloads month: 3
Company: Valeri Vlassov
Release date: 2005-06-28
Version: 1.0
License: Shareware
Price: $19
Supported OS': WinME Windows2000 WinXP
Homepage: Visit website
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