RealPlayer 10.5 Gold

Posted by TEAM FILEnetworks | 7/14/2007 | | 7 Comments »

RealPlayer, briefly known also as RealOne Player, is a cross-platform media player by RealNetworks that plays a number of multimedia formats including MP3, MPEG-4, QuickTime, Windows Media and multiple versions of proprietary RealAudio and RealVideo codecs.


  • Media Browser based on Internet Explorer which allows web browsing while playing media.
  • Playlist editor similar to other media players, supporting "drag and drop" and playlist randomize.
  • Theater Mode (full screen mode) video playback. The paid version offers a skinnable Toolbar Mode which uses less desktop space.
  • Visualizations - graphical animations or "light shows". Five are included with RealPlayer set-up. Others are available from RealNetworks, including a 3D Visualization Plug-In Surreal.FX.
  • Continuous Play (Loop multiple songs) and Shuffle Play (Play tracks randomly).
  • Stay on top while playing option.
  • Favorites menu to save and recall media locations for files or streams.
  • Equalizer and Video controls. Crossfade and Gapless playback are included in RealPlayer Plus.
  • Media library allows organization of media through track tagging and editing. The Premium version adds Audio Converter to convert between RealMedia, MP3, AAC, Windows Media, and WAV formats, and others.
  • Recording audio, (RealPlayer Plus only) which records audio via a sound card.
  • LivePause pauses streaming video clips without having to stop the buffering.
  • Version 10.5 included Harmony technology, making the Music Store compatible with iPod and Windows Media DRM-compatible players.
  • Both the basic and the plus version can burn CDs. The current burning technology is powered by NPI; formerly it was powered by Adaptec (Roxio). The free version can burn audio and data CDs; the premium version burns MP3 CDs.
  • CD ripping into AAC (in MP4) (32 kbit/s - 320 kbit/s) (default), Real Audio 10 (32 kbit/s - 320 kbit/s), MP3 (32 kbit/s - 320 kbit/s), Real Audio Lossless, WAV (1411 kbit/s), Windows Media Audio (Requires Windows Media Player 10 installed) (64 kbit/s - 192 kbit/s) formats.

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  1. TechnoGuy // 7/14/2007 01:41:00 PM  

    Can you please help me.

    Can find and link me to a good password recovery software for Microsoft PowerPoint.

    Someone has locked a presetation I need and I cannot copy the necessary pictures out of it in read-only mode without password.

    So can you find some recovery/crack software soon? I need it by tonight!

  2. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 7/14/2007 01:56:00 PM  
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  3. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 7/14/2007 01:57:00 PM  

    Correction, PowerPoint password recovery is available under 'Office key' option.

  4. TechnoGuy // 7/14/2007 05:38:00 PM  

    Thanks a lot. Got it done in a few seconds! I don't think it was encrypted so strongly.

  5. TechnoGuy // 7/14/2007 05:42:00 PM  

    Another question:

    Where can I get a free domain name for my blog with a ".com" or better ".lk" suffix? Do you get your domain ( under a paid service?

    I know there is that ".tk" thing but I am not too sure about it.

    Sorry if I am asking too many questions today! Many thanks again.

  6. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 7/14/2007 07:06:00 PM  

    The only free domain service i know is
    You can get yourself a domain adn make it redirect it to your blog easily. However they tend to display a banner ad on top of the window which is a big turn off.

    As for paid ones there are tons of them. < is registered through GoDaddy. It costs (kudos to DJMaddy 4 our domain) $9 per year for the domain (no hosting).

    As for .lk one it will be more expensive and you'll have to contact University of Moratuwa to get one registered.

  7. TechnoGuy // 7/14/2007 07:27:00 PM  

    Thanks LST.

    I don't know what I would have done about the presentation and all, if I did not know about you.

    I've registered a domain at . All thanks to your help.