listening to drm wma files

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  1. cet

    cet Registered Member

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    I am looking for a light program to listen to music on my PC.I downloaded Gom player,but it is not playing the DRM wma files.I can play those files with windows media player and winamp but I want a lighter program without any bells and whistles and which uses less system resources.Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hello,
    Try VLC ... also try MPlayer (for Windows).
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    Those are excellent and light, but you'll have to check how they deal with DRM files (I don't have any sound files of this kind to try it on, on my pc):

    STP SysTrayPlay Opensource, very light, efficient, great one.

    AIMP Classic Amazing sound quality (my prefered one, when I don't use my loved behemot MP3toys)

    Soprano minimalist audio player

    Spider Player Basic light, even if a bit less minimalistic, very well rounded up


    EDIT: ...and don't dismiss the alltime favorited and always excellent foobar2000!
     
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    I didn't know of this portable version of CoolPlayer, and it does seem pretty ...euh... cccool :D I'll check it, thanks for the link.
     
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    ruinebabine, you're welcome and yes, it is coooool!
     
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    awwwww
    I tried all of them none plays those files.I have to use windows media player, what a shame.
     
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