Features of 1by1 1.8
- Directory Player: directly plays your folder contents
- Full Resume play: remembers last track and position
- Supported decoders: ACM (mp3), mpglib (mp2, mp3)
- Winamp 2.x input plugin support (ogg, wav, cd..)
- Gapless play; simple crossfading; Audio enhancer
- Folder tree file navigation; Directory finder: plays a whole drive
- File utils: copy, move, rename while play, delete, date change
- Cue sheet support; Playlist support; Favorites
- Folder compare utility; Rename tool; Big title display
- Audio scrobbling support; Unicode support
- Very small size; Low resource usage; portable
Changes in 1by1 1.81
- Flat window style with adjustable color
- Optional white buttons and solid sliders
- List view flicker reducements
- Natural numerical ordering
- Big view config tab re-design
- Year, Album for info column
- Other improvements
on 04 October 2011, reviewed by: John
This the most excellent, efficient mp3 library/player ever, but please please make a Windows 7 version ... (32 and 64 bit)
on 25 March 2011, reviewed by: Alan
I searched for this kind of file player and tried most of them out there. I found that none of the others could provide the features and ease of use that 1by1 could provide.
I absolutely love not having to create playlists or download some type of propriatary software to enable the playing of the music files I have. I wanted a randomizer to prevent the line up of my music becoming predictable and stale.
This player is by far 100% better than all the BS jukebox / DJ player software apps offered for free or for sale on the internet. Of course there are several improvements that the developers could make to 1by1, but for now the player meets and exceeds my needs in it's current form. I'de like to say thank you to the software developers for creating this software and for offering as freeware!!
They truly understood what was needed in a randomizer player and how using it can totally maximize my enjoyment and listenability of the music which I have collected with pride over the years.
Alan M - Toronto, Ontario Canada
on 15 October 2007, reviewed by: steve
Uses low resources very neat, basically its like an explorer window with a built in media player, very handy when sorting out tunes, it can even seperate the tracks in image files. only reason didnt give 5 /5 was there isn't a graphic equaliser, apart from that perfect.