RealPlayer


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RealPlayer

A multimedia player from RealNetworks that plays RealAudio and RealVideo transmissions. Included is the technology (see RealJukebox) for organizing music files and creating MP3 files from audio CDs. The name was changed to RealOne in 2001 along with several refinements and later renamed back to RealPlayer. See RealAudio and RealVideo.
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This premature death caused a "man the lifeboats" response, which quickly pointed to plugins like Flash and Silverlight and QuickTime and RealPlayer as the bane of our streaming media experience.
"We use MySQL as our database, and our managers can query it," says David Smith, director of analytics at RealPlayer, "but we wanted to push the relevant metrics out to our employees." In addition, RealPlayer was using BigQuery from Google (google.com), and wanted to integrate the output from the two sources.
Johan Hansen, senior director, RealPlayer & consumer software comments: "People today have a range of fixed and mobile devices they use to view video and photos and to listen to music.
The phone's built-in RealPlayer player supports MP3, AAC, eAAC+, AAC+, WMA, WAV and other audio formats, as well as WMV9, MPEG4, CIF, and 3GP video formats.
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This product supports Flash, PowerPoint, Adobe, movies (MPEG, WMV), QuickTime, RealPlayer, scrolling text, or news/RSS feeds in one display or expanded over 64 monitors.
The nine-minute district video on the home page is informative but is only available in RealPlayer format, and the RealPlayer download link doesn't take users to the appropriate page.--ZM
These programs, originally recorded by the British Broadcasting Corporation, have been compressed and can be viewed with the free version of RealPlayer software.
Site offers 13 shows, including "Survivor" and "CSI," via Windows Media Player or RealPlayer, only RealPlayer worked on the test Macbook.
Video calls can be recorded for live or later viewing, and content can be viewed on personal computers using any of the popular media players, including Microsoft Windows Media, RealPlayer and Apple QuickTime.
Podzinger's browser and media player support has expanded from just IE and RealPlayer to also include Firefox, Safari, QuickTime, and Windows Media Player.