Spider Player supports nearly thirty audio formats including most popular ones. You can use it to play music from your audio collection, stream files from the Internet and listen to Internet radio.
Spider Player can rip CDs, convert any supported files to different formats and record Internet radio with no quality loss. All essential features, like ten-band graphic equalizer with various presets, local and global hotkeys support, playlist and favorites editors, are present too.
* Scroll "Now Playing" information automatically toggle added
multimedia keyboards are now supported by default
Previously it was required to setup multimedia keys as global
hotkeys in Spider Player's options in order for them to work.
Now non-system-wide multimedia keys (PLAY/PAUSE, NEXT/PREV TRACK, STOP)
are used as secondary local hotkeys by default.
If you are upgrading, please hit "Restore defaults" button
on Hotkeys page of the options dialog for new settings to take effect.
System-wide multimedia keys (MEDIA, VOLUME UP/DOWN, MUTE) are not
assigned by default. You still have to assign them manually
to avoid any unexpected conflicts.
TIP #1: to override default OS behavior (e.g. MEDIA key launching
Windows Media Player) use system-wide multimedia keys
as global hotkeys in Spider Player.
TIP #2: using complex hotkeys like "Ctrl + Shift + Play/Pause Media"
is also possible!