Slawdog Dojo Media Player

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Latest Version:
Slawdog Dojo Media Player 2003
Category:
Video / Video Players
License:
Freeware
Free / Free Download
Operating system:
Windows 98/Me/Xp/NT
File size:
2.63 MB
Downloads:
6,001
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Slawdog Dojo Media Player is listed in Video Players category and made available by Slawdog E-Solutions for Windows 98/Me/Xp/NT.
Slawdog Dojo Media Player is the world's first interactive media player. Using Dojo, you can not only play back your audio and video, but also mix and scratch like a professional DJ. Its carefully designed, customizable interface helps you to easily manage playback, with features such as mouse gestures, hotkeys, and tray icon buttons. Among other features there is an integrated CD, DVD, and DivX player, support for Winamp plug-ins, and even a built-in image viewer. Dojo supports M3U and PLS playlists, ZIP files, and over 30 audio, music, video, graphic, animation, and multimedia formats--including MP3, numerous MOD formats, numerous waveform audio, MIDI, Windows Media Audio/Video, QuickTime, RealAudio, numerous bitmap files, and many more.

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You can run Slawdog Dojo Media Player on Windows 98/Me/Xp/NT operating systems. Slawdog Dojo Media Player is a software product developed by Slawdog E-Solutions and it is listed in Video category under Video Players. Slawdog Dojo Media Player is a free software product and it is fully functional for an unlimited time although there may be other versions of this software product. Slawdog Dojo Media Player was last time updated on Mar 1st, 2005 to version .

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