Supported audio formats

Multi Room Audio Player supports many audio formats. And their number is growing, we use a plugin system, so adding the new format does not take much time.
This is a list of most popular supported audio formats: MP3, WAV (Wave Audio), OGG (Ogg Vorbis), AIFF (Audio IFF), AAC (Advanced Audio Codec), MP4, M4A (MPEG 4 Audio, Apple Lossless Audio Codec, Advanced Audio Coding MPEG-4), FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec), WMA (Windows Media Audio), APE (Monkey’s Audio) Read More …

How to stream music from your iPhone, iPod or iPad to Multi Room Audio Player wirelessly with Airplay

At first please download and install Bonjour discovery service on PC with Multi Room Audio Player installed. This service installed by default with iTunes.

Download Bonjour Service

Run Multi Room Audio Player and open AirPlayer settings window. Here you can change broadcasted name, set password, change ports and audio buffering time. Read More …

How to change or clear keyboards shortcuts from player

In previous post we talked about how to assign hot keys. And now a short tutorial about How to remove them. Please go to Tools – Settings, Hot Keys tab. If you want change some keyboard shortcuts, put cursor to textbox and press new combination. If you want remove hot key, simply select appropriate action textbox and press Backspace key on your keyboard.

Clear all shortcuts from player

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Please let us know if you find any bugs

Please help us to fix your issue.
1. At first please turn on Log recording. Go to Settings and enable Write Log feature.

Enable Write Log

Please send us latest logs files from this folder C:\Users\_your_name_\Documents\MZAP5\Log. You can open folder or current log file using Help menu.

Open Log folder

2. Please send us your Multi Room Audio Player workspace file. The name of your current workspace you can always see in the Main window title. You can find all workspace files (and backups) here C:\Users\_your_name_\Documents\MZAP5\Workspaces

Open Workspace file

3. Please describe your system configuration. You can do it automatically with Windows dxdiag tool. Please press Win+R or start “Run” prompt in the Windows Start menu. Then type “dxdiag” and run it.

Run dxdiag

Press “Save all information…” and please send us this text file. Here you can find more information about DirectX Diagnostics tool.

DirectX Diagnostics tool

4. Please record all your steps using Windows embedded Problem Steps Recorder and send us your records as a zip (default format) file. Please use this link to read about this tool.

Problem Steps Recorder

And of course we can try to help you via Remote Desktop Software, for example Team Viewer.
Thank you for cooperation!