Media Player is a small application used for playing audio and video files. It is supplied free with Windows.
Software used for the display and play back of audio and video.
1. The generic term for any software plug-in which plays back streaming audio or video. 2. A common abbreviation of the Windows Media Player plug-in.
a piece of software tailored for playing back different forms of multimedia file formats
a program that can play several kinds of different media types, e
a program that plays videos and/or music on computers
a software product that is able to play back music and video content over the Internet
a software program that you can use to play a variety of audio or video files
a software program used to playback computer audio, video and CD-Audio files
a special type of software that recognizes the stream coming into your computer and displays it (video) on your screen or plays it (audio) through your speakers or headphones
An application first bundled with Windows ’98. The Media Player plays movie and sound clips. It is now a widely used on all Microsoft desktops.
A program that allows you to play and manage audio and video files. Some programs also offer ripping, burning, and visual effects. Examples include: iTunes, Winamp, Windows Media Player, Sonique, Quintessential, Musicmatch Jukebox.
A utility program supplied free with Windows that allows you to control installed multimedia hardware including video discs or audio CDs, or play back multimedia files including sound or video files
A client used for the play back of media, usually audio and video.
Students view online audio and video through a "media player." The three most popular media players are QuickTime, RealOne, and Windows Media Player. Media players usually include control buttons (play, pause, volume, etc.). They may also display captions or other text (if available). Different media players provide varied levels of accessibility.
Integrated programme for playing media information such as videos and music.
a program or plug-in that allows you to play music or video files.
the software used to play streaming video, usually RealOne Player or Windows Media Player, which are both free.
A program that plays back audio or video. Examples include Microsoft Windows Media Player, Apple's QuickTime Player, and RealPlayer.
A program or plug-in that is used to play media files such as videos and music.
An application that allows audio and video to be viewed on a computer.
This facility allows you to download and play Audio and Video (supports MPEG4 and WMA files)
This is a small application installed on a mobile phone used for playing audio and video files.
Media Player is a type of plug-in that will enable you to play sound and video clips. You can download it FREE from the Media Player download section of the Microsoft website.
Media player is a term typically used to describe computer software for playing back multimedia files. Most software media players support an array of media formats, including both audio and video files.
Media Player was originally included in Windows 3.0 with Multimedia Extensions, and later in Windows 95 and Windows NT. As of Windows 98 Second Edition (SE), Media Player was rendered obsolete, Windows Media Player being the replacement.