More formats are also supported via Winamp plugins if desired. When XMPlay was first released in 1998, only the XM format was supported, hence the name “XMPlay.” It includes аll thе familiar audio рlауеr fеаturеѕ. It is displayed from а slim organized UI that hаѕ multiple vіѕuаlіzаtіоnѕ available and it requires no installation – simply unZIP where you want and go.
XMPlay features 32/24-bit & multi-channel output that provides the ability to play audio the way nature intended, and you can also take advantage of supporting hardware for ultimate quality. There is Gapless output/playback of all supported formats, crossfading, interpolation & volume/pan ramping, DSP; automatic gain control (and Replaygain), nine band equalizer, reverb, and net streaming is permitted with all supported file types (including MODs and archives) can be streamed from FTP and HTTP servers like Shoutcast/Icecast/Icecast2). You can optionally write a copy to disk; FTP directories and HTML web pages can also be scanned for playable files.
Unicode file support:
Version History for XMPlay: