1by1 is a small, fast and handy audio player which is not only small: it provides a smart and versatile environment to handle your file collection and listen to your tra...
- Free • Proprietary
- Audio Player
What is 1by1?
1by1 is a small, fast and handy audio player which is not only small: it provides a smart and versatile environment to handle your file collection and listen to your tracks - with no need to fuddle with playlists or media databases. Play your folder contents one by one, enjoy the built in powerful audio enhancing, reorganize tracks temporarily. And with Resume play never lose your last play position.
Features Directory Player: directly plays your folder contents Full Resume play: remembers last track and position Gapless play · simple crossfading · Audio enhancer Folder tree file navigation · Directory finder: plays whole drive Supported decoders: ACM (mp3), mpglib (mp2, mp3) BASS decoder library support (ogg, wav, aac, mp4, cd...) Winamp 2.x input plugin support File utils: copy, move, rename while play, delete, date change Folder compare tool · Rename tool · Big title display Cue sheet support · Playlist support · Favorites Audio scrobbling support · Unicode support Very small size · Low resource usage · portable
Works in Linux under the Wine.
Comments and Reviews
- Audio Player
CategoryAudio & Music
Lists containing 1by1Music • Audio Player, Editor, Converter, Tool
Recent user activities on 1by1
- CIAvash added 1by1 as alternative(s) to mpdevil
- FGA added 1by1 as alternative(s) to FlixGrab Music
- comanchero added 1by1 as alternative(s) to piCorePlayer
Just what you need . That too at 150kb!! Have been using it for long time and still haven't seen anything better.
The idea behind this one is very nice, but the interface could use some work. Been using it for some time before, I think it crashed/froze a few times, but for the most part seems to work fine. But you can do better (unless you really hate the playlists hassle that much, which I perfectly understand!).
Start to generate excessive CPU load after few days of running. Didn't expect such a flaw from a small player.
Small, light on resources, can handle large collections and looks nice.