Free All-In-One Media Player

Free All-In-One Media Player



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  • File Loading Window
  • Configuration Window
  • Main Window

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Margie Smeer Senior editor

Free All-In-One Media Player is a very simple and neat multimedia file player. Its main characteristic and advantage is the fact that it can play a large variety of video and audio files without requiring you to install any codecs in advance. Therefore, if your default player doesn’t support a certain type of multimedia file because your system lacks some specific codecs, having this tool around could solve the matter and you won’t have to spend entire minutes browsing the web for those codecs and downloading potentially unsafe files.

Free All-In-One Media Player can load a large variety of video file formats, including AVI, WMV, MP4, MPEG, VOB, RMVB, RM, OGM, MPG, MOV and many others.
It also supports a lot of audio formats: AAC, AC3, APE, DTS, FLAC, M4A, MKA, MP2, MMP3, MPA, MPC, OFR, OGG, RA, TTA, WAV and WMA.

Usually, simplicity is a good thing when it comes to this kind of applications, but Free All-In-One Media Player took this aspect a bit too far. It comes with a very neat and intuitive interface but its only settings are the ones that allow you to set file associations. There are absolutely no other options at all, and some basic features like the support for creating and managing playlists are also missing. Anyway, it’s a handy free tool that will cost you nothing and could prove to be a real life saver when you have to deal with less-common multimedia file formats.


  • Allows setting file associations.
  • Neat and lightweight.
  • Very simple and easy-to-use.
  • Free.


  • Lacks many basic options and features, such as support for playlists.

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    Kerri Larkin 2 years ago

    How can I make it full screen?

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    James Williams 2 years ago

    I have tried and tried to get this to play a DVD without any success at all.

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    barbie 2 years ago

    How can I get it to play all music on a list continually instead of clicking each song?

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