AIMP is a skinnable audio player similar to Winamp that supports most audio formats, as well as Internet radio. Features include a mini-player, colorizing of individual skins, equalizer, visualizations, playlist, global hotkeys, library, and plug-ins capability. The application also includes a built-in tag editor, alarm clock, and auto-shutdown.
Alternatively, AIMP Portable is stealth and automatically adjusts paths.
||WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8
|Writes settings to:
For Win2K: GDIPLUS.DLL
||No. Writes to registry if run with admin rights. See this forum thread.
||Automatic relative path (eg. ..\..\personal\work.doc)
|How to extract:
Optionally, you may delete the uninstall.exe file and the temporary setup folder C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\AIMP.
- Download and run the installer, choose a folder of your choice (outside of the Program Files directory) and select Portable version
- Launch AIMP3.exe and choose Single User Mode
- Tag Editor: OPUS - ReplayGain information is now stored into the file header.
- Tags: OPUS - support for ReplayGain information that placed in the file header.
- Fixed: Sound Engine - meta-data parses incorrectly in some cases when playing the internet radio.
- Fixed: Sound Engine - part of previous track can be heard when start file playback from the Windows Explorer, if player is not running.
- Fixed: Player - OPUS - sample rate and duration calculates incorrectly.
- Fixed: Playlist - the "reload data from pre-image" works incorrectly.
- Fixed: Playlist - playing track was not focused after start up the application.
- Fixed: Playlist - an empty playlist file is moved to the Recycle bin after close the application in some cases.
- Fixed: Playlist - an empty track titles are displayed for CUE sheets in the "Search New Files" dialog.
- Fixed: Playlist - format string - few small bugs.
- Fixed: Skin Engine - small bugs were fixed.
- Small bugs and defects were fixed.