AOL Media Player

If you are looking for AOL Media Player, you have come to the right place. We explain what AOL Media Player is and point you to the official download.

What is AOL Media Player?

AOL Media Player is a program automatically installed with AOL Software. It can play both audio and video files and is compatible with the following file format extensions: MIDI, WAV, and WMA for audio; and MPEG and AVI for video. It can also open PLS and M3U files, which are song playlists, so users can export playlists made on other media players into the program, which supports Shoutcast audio as well. Other video formats that the player can open would be SMIL, RA, RAM, MPG, RM, MPEG, RMJ and Windows Media Player file formats such as ASF and ASX. Users should keep in mind, however, that they can only access the latter type of file formats if they also have Windows Media Player installed on their system—specifically, version 7 of that Windows program or even higher. As for Shoutcast and other streamed media content, the user will naturally have to be online to access them.

The AOL Media Player is also compatible with audio CDs, although of course it shall require a working CD drive on the system on which it is running to serve this function.

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File types supported by AOL Media Player

Our users primarily use AOL Media Player to open these file types:

About file types supported by AOL Media Player

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Last updated: : August 20, 2014