BZR Player is a sound player for Windows with the primary goal being able to play a lot of different file formats, currently over 640 different ones. It is developed using C++ and QT. The sound engine is based on FMOD. The first version was released 12-Apr-2008. Normalizer, reverb, and custom pitch. Unpacks and plays sounds from zip, rar, 7-zip, atr (atari), gzip, lha. Equalizer. Supports unicode. Drag'n'drop. Lots of visualizers. Bookmarks. Command line functions. Server functions. Control the program with sockets. Detailed file information for all formats ((id3v1, id3v2, instruments, samples, patterns). HTTP Streaming. Pattern view for lots mod/tracker formats. BZR Player is able to play a massive amount of different file formats without any 3rd party plugins and can show lots of information of the currently playing file. It also doesn't care about the file extension. BZR Player is for the user that want to play a lot of different file formats and don't want to install several different applications and a bunch of plugins. The typical user want to listen to old school music from retro computers.
What is new in this release:
Version 1.03 fixed a bug in the UADE plugin so now the following Amiga formats are playable, upgraded to latest lixbmp.
What is new in version 1.02:
New features: At least 94 more Amiga formats playable, using UADE Subsongs in mods now supported (for example Digital Illusions (.di) C64-sid files with multiple SID chips now supported Cancel-button in settings window Bug fixes: TFMX is now played with UADE and thus played a lot better .lha .lzx and .bz2 wasn't extracted if the archives were read-only Effect 4 wasn't displayed correctly in MED pattern view Other: Upgraded to libsidplayfp 1.6.0