If you are looking for Spider Player, you have come to the right place. We explain what Spider Player is and point you to the official download.
What is Spider Player?
Spider Player is a software used as audio player and is designed and developed by the company VIT Software. The software is a freeware and is designed using a simple interface that can easily be grasped and navigated even by new users.
Spider Player can be utilized as long as a sound card is pre-installed. This software can be used for audio files in 32 bits. One of the basic requirements needed to make the software functional is the use of sound cards. The software also lets users stream via the Internet and browser through on-line radio stations. Recording directly from radio websites is likewise possible with the use of the software. It also supports a range of file formats such as AAC, AAC, WAV, CDDA, MP3, MP4, TTA, APE, WMA, MID, and Ogg FLAC,
Spider Player also lets users extract and covert audio tracks directly from any Audio CD. The extracted and converted files are automatically backed up and managed in several formats like WMA, WAVPACK, and MP3 files. Conversion of files can be performed individually or by batch. To be able to use the software, the system should run on Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and 8.
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File types supported by Spider Player
Our users primarily use Spider Player to open these file types:
About file types supported by Spider Player
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Last updated: : September 5, 2013