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Normalizer: Real time normalizer that makes all sounds play with the same volume. Parameters can be changed by the user
Reverb: Gives a nice reverb effect and is suitable mostly for old C64/Amiga sounds for example since they can sound a bit "flat" otherwise. Parameters can be changed by the user
Pitch: Pitch can be altered for all sounds, even HTTP streams
Zip archives: Unpacks and plays all sounds in a zip archive
Rar archives: Unpacks and plays all sounds in a rar archive
Gzip: All supported sound formats can be gzipped
Settings: All settings that can be made are saved to disk
Subsounds: If a file format may contain multiple sounds, BZR Player can play those.
Limit sound length: Some sounds have an unknown length, and the user can specify a maximum sound length for such sounds, so that they don't play forever.
Playlists: Supports loading of M3U and PLS playlists (Not all features) and saving in M3U format.
Command line: Sounds can be added from commandline, just add the paths, like this: bzrplayer mysong2.mod song2.sid. Use quotation marks if the files contain spaces.
Recursive folders: Drag and drop or add a folder using the button in the playlist window and all the files and folders in it will also be added
HTTP Streaming: Plays streams (radio stations)
Window snapping: Main window and playlist snap together