Yes, it did! :) By this moment I've got an idea about the Aplayer functionality, yet testing it though.
Ok, let me tell about its functionality in general.
-This is album oriented player, it's dedicated to play albums. Multiple albums can be downloaded and then chosen for playback. Not a single track download is possible,however, you can choose separate tracks to play within an album chosen for the playback.
- It provides track timebar for navigation within the length of the track being played.
- It provides play, stop, pause, fast forward, back forward, next/previous track selection.
-It provides support of wasapi and asio output plugins (plugins come with player)
- It provides NULL output option for direct output using external driver. In my case I use VIA ASIO from audio-gd under NULL output option. It means that no output plugins are used but the DAC asio driver (VIA ASIO). Developer says that this option gives the best quality of the playback.
-It supports all lossless formats: wav, flac, ape, mp4
-It supports DVD-A ISO
-It supports SACD formats (dff) with convertion to PCM. As to SACD dff, I cannot make work it properly, when switching to the next track, player stops working. But I think I need to dig it deeper to resolve the problem. DVD-A ISO works with no problems.
-It supports Hi-Res audio flac files with no problems detected.
Thanks for the headsup, now will need a comparison between it and Cplay and which you preferred?
Gapless mode!!! Now I am interested.
Edited by turokrocks - 12/31/12 at 4:25am