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The only thing i liked is it sort of contains winamp(u have winamp media library)It's still more friendly than vlc but it's slower than mpc.i'd have to say i've never seen this much option in a media player. Detects sequential files automatically and plays them in order. And as far as "too many options to configure" goes, it's a whole hell of a lot better than an inflexible player that won't let you have what you want.The simple, user-friendly interface with the audio effects file-explorers will allow you to easily and quickly create new files in stereo, wide stereo, quadraphonic, 5.1, or 7.1 channels, customize and add audio effects, then save them in virtually any format.The only limit is your imagination; all the tools you need are right at hand to remix songs, create ringtones, record and change voices to make your own voice-overs, boost or normalize volume, remove buzz and background noise, control every aspect of the sound, make sound effects, create surround sound content and even implement simple algorithms for your own audio projects.Audio effects(3d,crossfade...)are cool,video filters are huge,you might get lost in options menu while trying to find a simple thing such as "always on top" option. I haven't found a player that's as robust and wonderful as this one. Flexible skinning system that allows the user to choose colors. Ability to use directshow codecs in case you prefer them. The seeking isn't as fast as mplayer, but that's really my only gripe. VLC has downright ugly subtitles and a poor interface that can't even display truly on top of everything unless the video is in a separate window, and for the last version I used Matroska caused crashes and OGM support was terrible. MPlayer (with rules Player) is what I actually prefer on most occaisions, though it doesn't have native screenshot support or the ability to directly rip audio and video, though the subtitles are quite pleasing (rules Player).You might wanna save your settings -registry- after you've finished fighting with the preferences. Taking screenshots was also disappointingly inaccurate. rules Player is slightly faster than KMPlayer and much faster than VLC (ugly, slow GTK).