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Samuel’s Download Of The Week: 1by1

November 29th, 2006 at 06:01am

Download of the week? Yep, I just missed a few weeks…

Anyway, my download of the week is a rather nifty little application called “1by1”.

1by1 is a handy little MP3 (and other formats) player which plays all the MP3 files in a folder, or with a touch of tweaking, a set of folders, I personally love its smart crossfading ability which rarely ever seems to get a crossfade wrong, as long as you don’t fiddle with the settings too much.

Whilst I think it is quite a good application, I do have some reservations about the interface, which is a tad cumbersome and you do have to rely on the tooltips to workout what some of the buttons do, but seeing as it is more or less a “start playback and minimise” application, the interface is only a minor setback.

Basically it is a nifty little application (100KB) which I prefer over a lot of the larger, more mainstream, media players which are invariably bloated and quirky. 1by1 is a nice little application which fills a niche, and I’m happy to be able to recommend it.

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Price: Free.
Rating: 4/5


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  • 1. John B1_B5  |  November 29th, 2006 at 11:40 am

    It’s a useful program to have, but what I really need is something that will convert a Wav file to an mp3. Is there anything available along those lines. (Naturally it must be easy to use, and FREE).

    Now I must run people. I have to go and meet my dear chum for coffee and chinwags.


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