What is Winamp3?
Winamp3 is a proprietary media player application initially released on August 9, 2002, which runs in Microsoft Windows, Android, Mac OS X, and Linux platforms. It is written in C and C++ and is available in multiple languages. Winamp3 is developed by Nullsoft (a subsidiary of AOL), and is widely known for its powerful media library, graphical sound visualization, and playlist tools.
Winamp3 can play and import audio files from media devices, as well s burning music files directly to CDs. It supports popular audio formats, including MIDI, MP3, M4A, AAC, WAV, WMA, FLAC, MOD, MPEG1, and audio layers 1 and 2, and supports playback of Nullsoft Streaming Videos and Windows Media Videos. Winamp3 utilizes Microsoft’s DirectShow API to support playback of unsupported formats such as AVI, MPEG, and others. In addition to its features, Winamp3 also supports surround sounds and complete Unicode filenames and metadata; and is capable of adding album art and track tags, displaying articles, and a lot more.
Winamp3 has no backward compatibility with the skins and plug-in of other Winamp versions, and does not support SHOUTcast sourcing plug-in.
File types supported by Winamp3
Our users primarily use Winamp3 to open these file types:
Some users also use Winamp3 to open these file types: