PlayTime v1.5.3

billon on 4 Sep 2017
  • 6MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 2 Sep 2017
  • Suggested by Checker

PlayTime quickly calculates the total play time of a list of most any music or movie file. Features a drag-and-drop interface and can export all/selected rows to a spreadsheet (CSV). Total time is automatically calculated when you add/remove files from the list.

Runs on: WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package to a folder of your choice. Launch PlayTime.exe.
What's new?
  • Updated to v0.7.98.0 of MediaInfo.dll.

9 comments on PlayTime  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

apometron 2017-01-19 00:45

Folks, I did tried analyze an folder, it did nothing. What I am doing wrong, please? =D


webfork 2013-05-05 20:50

Ganamyde: recommend posting that to forums (I just added an official forum thread to the entry). Also, I'd include which version of Windows you're using.


Ganamyde 2013-05-05 09:15

Hello Skwire,

Here is a list of bugs I encountered after a couple of minutes testing it:
-It doesn't always show app icon in about child GUI, I think your better of using static control and STM instead of picture control, less embarrassing.
-Use "UseErrorLevel" when running a link in case there is no default browser.
-Very slow startup.


rodger123 2012-11-02 18:07

Why cant you just delete the DCUpdate file?


outskirter 2012-07-22 17:19

The program works as described, and gives me some info I've always wanted, but produces the following temporary files, which remain after PlayTime is closed:


bok4600 2012-03-19 17:09

thanx ive been lookin for something like this for a while, and it works too


portafreeuser 2012-01-29 02:05

v1.2.5 works fine on my Windows XP SP3 computer. With it I was able to quickly see the codecs and screen dimensions of about 60 different videos of differing file types and formats. This helped me to quickly discover that the files that VLC Media Player wasn't playing were all 854x480. Thus, I was able to better troubleshoot VLC Media Player for my computer system. Thanks for this useful program!


dany 2011-10-23 06:46

@gms9810: kinda off-topic, but if I remember correctly you should be able to get that info with mplayer from a shell:
$ mplayer dvd://1 -dvd-device E: -identify -ao dummy -vo dummy
and the output should also contain chapter info and length.
I'll leave the rest up to you to figure out, as it's beyond the scope of this comment-section ;)


gms9810 2011-10-21 15:55

I wish it worked with DVDs. I already know how long other video files are, I'm always having to watch a whole DVD to time the chapters for a non profit organization I volunteer at. Too bad, I got really excited when I saw it.


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