All-in-One Media Player

All-in-One Media Player

Play and organize your favorite MP3 and movie files with this cool media player
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Play and organize your favorite MP3 and movie files with this all-in-one media player. All-in-One Media Player supports all popular audio and video formats including MP3, AVI, MPEG, and various DVD standards. Thanks to All-in-One Media Player you will never again loose track of your media collection, which often is scattered over different folder locations and disks. When it comes to party time, you will be only one click away from having DJ perform for you all night long. Key features include audio and video playback, play list functionality, and intuitive user interface. Version 2.0.5 provides more details about AVI and DIVX movie files and solves a problem with the display of playback icons.

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