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JetAudio Basic 8.1.8


ProsCons

Nice customizable interface

Works with all popular formats

Includes interesting extra features

Doesn't have many skins or visual effects

Whats New (version 8.1.8)

Version 8.1.8 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.


Full Details
GENERAL
App NameJetAudio Basic
SloganPlay, record, convert, and burn on CD music and videos
PublisherCowon America
Publisher web sitehttp://www.cowonamerica.com
Release DateDecember 15, 2018
UPDATE
Last Update On2020/08/06
Version8.1.8
File NameExternal File
File Size33.47MB
OPERATING SYSTEMS
Main OSWindows
Compatible WithWindows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10
CATEGORY
CategoryMP3 & Audio Software
SubcategoryMedia Players
SEQURITY
VirusTotal FlagsNone
VirusTotal Scan LinkCheck Scan
DOWNLOAD INFORMATION
Total Downloads27960456
Downloads Last 7 Days81
PRICE And Limits
PriceFree
License ModelFree
LimitationsNot available

etAudio is a complete, handy media player for anyone that would like to do more than just play audio and video files.plays most major file formats and various video or audio tracks. You can even convert audio files to various formats. A special feature is Video conversion which can make video files compatible for your portable devices such as iPOD or PSP.
JetAudio plays various music and video files. Features included are: CD Burning, Recording, and File Conversion. You can create Internet Broadcasts with JetCast. JetAudio plays most major file formats and various video or audio tracks. You can even convert audio files to various formats. A special feature is Video conversion which can make video files compatible for your portable devices such as iPOD or PSP. Other features include: sound effects (Wide, Reverb, and X-Bass), multichannel sound output, speed control for audio playback, cross-fading, skin changes, and synchronized lyric display for MIDI.
Besides the basic functionality, the program also features a bunch of extra tools that enable you to rip CDs, record sound, sound effects (Wide, Reverb, and X-Bass), multichannel sound output, speed control for audio playback, cross-fading, skin changes, synchronized lyric display for MID, convert music files from one format to another, listen to online radio stations and burn your favorite MP3 to CD.

JetAudio is the software component of Cowon’s media players and devices. It’s available as a free media player for Windows under the name of JetAudio Basic. It’s anything but basic, though. In addition to being a stylish and capable player that can handle most file types, JetAudio Basic includes audio and video converters, audio CD burning and ripping, sound recording, skins, Internet broadcasting via JetCast, and other fun and useful JetToys. New to JetAudio 8 is an integrated GUI with optional Media Center Interface.

When we first ran JetAudio, we clicked the Choose Windows Configuration option from the Cowon Media Center folder on the Start Menu. The first page asks how you want to use JetAudio, with main window, toolbar, and Media Center combinations optimized for music, video, or file management. We chose the default options.

Highlights

Audio CD burning
Create your own Audio CD from digital audio files

Video encoding
Convert various digital video files to supported target file formats

Audio CD Ripping
Create digital audio files from Audio CD

Conversion
Convert various digital audio files to supported target file formats

Recording
Record from various analog sources such as microphone or Line-In input

JetAudio also scanned our system for media files when we first ran it. The Media Center interface displayed crisp, clear video playback, even with Flash videos saved from online. Of course, JetAudio really shines in playing and organizing your music collection, though audio and video quality largely depends on your audio and video cards and other variables. If we had one complaint, it’s that the numerous controls sometimes aren’t intuitive in layout or labeling. But JetAudio offers a real Media Center alternative with tons of extras, and it belongs on your short list.

The Media Center interface is more substantial than a typical player-playlist setup, more closely resembling an Explorer program than a media tool (and a refreshing change from another Media Center we won’t mention). The top panel is JetAudio’s media player; it’s a good-looking unit, too, with a blue-glass look and a spectral display. In the default view, the sidebar tree view doesn’t navigate Explorer but the Media Center’s features. But we could open My Computer and Portable Devices from controls next to the player interface. Many users may opt just to use the slender, optional toolbar, which autofits to the top or bottom of the screen and can be dragged around the desktop. We ran the configuration tool again and tried this and other interface options; each has something to recommend it.