a program that decodes mods and ouputs these on a sound device
Software on an end-user's computer that decodes and decompresses audio or video streaming content, e.g., Real Player, Windows Media Player and Apple Quick Time.
An application used to display an sound, video or unique file format. When built into a browser, a Player is a Plug-In. For example, Quicktime, Real Audio and Adobe Acrobat. When run as an application outside of a browser the software is usually called a Player.
Compressed files are decompressed when they reach the viewer using a 'player'. The most common players are Microsoft's Windows Media Player, Real Networks' RealPlayer and Apple's QuickTime player. If files are compressed using Microsoft's compression software, the viewer will need the Windows Media Player. If files are compressed using Real's compression software, the viewer will need the RealPlayer, and so on.
A program that can be used to playback mp3 files in your computer. Player(2) A portable hardware device(smaller in size than a walkman) that is capable of storing music in mp3 format in special memory cards, hence playback of music is then achieved without any moving parts.
A software application that permits viewing or playback of content such as audio, video, or movie files in primarily a linear fashion, although random indexing or control of playback may be permitted. As opposed to a browser. See also viewer.
Embodiment of a DVD decoder system which executes the Navigation system and performs all decoding from the channel layer at least up to the track buffer layer. In future, external MPEG decoders may perform the actual video and audio reconstruction, but copyright issues currently prevent this.