If you are looking for Xenorate, you have come to the right place. We explain what Xenorate is and point you to the official download.
What is Xenorate?
The Xenorate Media Player is a fully configurable multimedia playback solution that originally started out as the MMX Player before receiving its current name. The software is available in 2 languages (English and German) and is skinnable, with the developers offering skins for users as free downloads. It is also capable of supporting audio playlists packaged in the M3U (WinAmp) and PLS (Shoutcast) playlist formats, besides allowing users to create their own playlists on it and save them in its native XPL format.
The software is specifically for Windows operating system users and can be integrated into external applications, including Windows Explorer’s file type association protocols, DVD integration, and incorporation into context menus. Users can also quickly play or add files to current playlists by using Drag and Drop.
Besides Shoutcast media, users of the software can access Livestream with it. The player has support for formats like WMV, AVI, MPG, MKV, TS, MP4, and more. Audio functions support multicore and crossfading playback, as well as formats like OGG, MP3, WAV, M4A and other popular audio formats. Since the application is also scriptable, advanced users can add support for other formats.
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File types supported by Xenorate
About file types supported by Xenorate
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Last updated: : June 1, 2014