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Description

This application is used to test different audio and video codecs/containers on your device running Windows 10. The application support the following codecs: HEVC, H.264, VC-1, WMA, MP3, AAC, FLAC The following containers: MP4, MPEG2-TS, HLS, Smooth Streaming, DASH. The support of a CD Player, a Playlist creator for content stored locally or on the Azure Cloud have been added recently. Moreover the content can be protected with PlayReady. With the current version of the application you can: - Play playlists of audio/video/picture content, Live or not, protected with PlayReady or not - Play tracks on CD (Desktop, XBOX One), extract CD tracks into local WAV files - Create Playlists of audio/video/picture content where files are stored locally or on the cloud (over http) - Transform you Windows 10 device into a remote control - Configure the application (Menu and button color, Auto start, Content loop, Playlist loop, ...) Further information and source code on this page: https://github.com/flecoqui/TestMediaApp

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Additional information

Published by

FLECOQUI

Copyright

This is an Open Source initiative

Release date

2017-10-16

Approximate size

22.27 MB

Age rating

For all ages


This app can

Use your location
Access functions on the optical disc drives
Access your Internet connection
Access your home or work networks
Use your video library
Use your pictures library
Use your music library
Use data stored on an external storage device
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Installation

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported

English (United States)


Additional terms

Xbox Live code of conduct
TestMediaApp privacy policy
Terms of transaction
TestMediaApp licence terms
The source code of the application is available there: https://github.com/flecoqui/TestMediaApp

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