Freeplayer is an semi-automated broadcast system. It has 5 seperated On-Air Players. All players can be attached to an output on your soundcard. When using a 5.1 or 7.1 soundcard you can have 3 or 4 seperated stereo outputs on these cards. Freeplayer can handle almost every audio file and by just drag-n-dropping files into the playlist, or make a playlist with Playlist Builder, you can make your own live show with just a few clicks!
Freeplayer in combination with Playlist Builder can also run as a fully automated radio system. Make hourly format’s in Playlist Builder and Freeplayer will play out 24/7 without any attention.

For the real DJ effect, all players can be attached to your mixer by using fader or buttonstart from your mixer. You can use a simple schematic for connecting it to the LPT1 port, or use the Velleman USB card to connect your mixer. Check out the Hardware page for more information about this.

Mostly Freeplayer is Free-Of-Charge, however for some (advanced) features a license is needed to use them.
A pop-up will show when you need a license.

A License product of Freeplayer costs € 14,99 and the license will be valid for updates until version 4.
Payments can be made with PayPal or Bank Transfer.
Contact me for details on buying a license.

UPDATE 5-4-2017 New version 3.66: Bug Fixes
Note : The audio engine has been changed. Lower the soundcard output on your mixer before using Freeplayer. With some audiocard the volume is now finally correct at 100%.
From version 3.65 Freeplayer and Playlist Builder are bundled into the same installer.
This version installs both programs in C:\Freeplayer\. You can still use the older version seperate from this one.
After installation you need to reconfigure your settings.
Licensed users can copy their license file into C:\Freeplayer. It will load this license at startup.
You can copy the database.sq3 from the old playlistbuilder to C:\Freeplayer

 

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