Music Player

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by mcp6453, May 2, 2004.

  1. mcp6453

    mcp6453 Guest

    I need a Windows program that plays wave files with the following
    characteristics:

    1. If I select 5 files, it will play each file in order.
    2. As I select the files, the TOTAL playing time is displayed.
    3. Preferably freeware

    I thought Media Player 9 would do this, but I cannot figure out a way to
    cause it to calculate the total time of the selected files. Cool Edit or
    Fast Edit do not appear to do so, either, unless I combine each of the
    wave files into a single wave file, which is not practical. I need the
    program so that I can copy the optimum number of wave files to cassette.
    mcp6453, May 2, 2004
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  2. mcp6453

    Tom F Guest

    Winamp!

    "mcp6453" <> wrote in message news:...
    | I need a Windows program that plays wave files with the following
    | characteristics:
    |
    | 1. If I select 5 files, it will play each file in order.
    | 2. As I select the files, the TOTAL playing time is displayed.
    | 3. Preferably freeware
    |
    | I thought Media Player 9 would do this, but I cannot figure out a way to
    | cause it to calculate the total time of the selected files. Cool Edit or
    | Fast Edit do not appear to do so, either, unless I combine each of the
    | wave files into a single wave file, which is not practical. I need the
    | program so that I can copy the optimum number of wave files to cassette.
    Tom F, May 2, 2004
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    Brad Griffis Guest

    Windows Media Player 9 will do this. You need to go to the "Now Playing"
    screen and you'll see the total playing time for your queued music displayed
    in the lower right-hand corner.

    Brad

    "mcp6453" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I need a Windows program that plays wave files with the following
    > characteristics:
    >
    > 1. If I select 5 files, it will play each file in order.
    > 2. As I select the files, the TOTAL playing time is displayed.
    > 3. Preferably freeware
    >
    > I thought Media Player 9 would do this, but I cannot figure out a way to
    > cause it to calculate the total time of the selected files. Cool Edit or
    > Fast Edit do not appear to do so, either, unless I combine each of the
    > wave files into a single wave file, which is not practical. I need the
    > program so that I can copy the optimum number of wave files to cassette.
    Brad Griffis, May 3, 2004
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