Express Media Player

Category: Sound & Multimedia
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: N/A
Operating System: Windows 98, NT, 2000, 2003, XP and ME
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / N/A

Windows device driver information for Express Media Player

The express Media player is a unique media player developed by Toshiba for use in specific machines. The player communicated data between servers and players. It uses a 256-bit encryption, which maintains safety measures in data transfer. The drivers for the Express media player are usually provided by the manufacturer on purchase. The software includes drawing and editing media integrating tools. The player can also work on a web-based platform and apart from playing audio and video files; the user can save and edit files in the program. The media player comes with multiple industry-specific templates. As such, the player is able to tackle different graphic scenarios. The player uses a pull-forward type of technology, whereby all contents are downloaded at the same time. This means that the player does not stream. As such, when the internet connections are low, the player does not stop.

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The Express media player supports DVD and CD formats only. The software automatically recognizes supported CDs. The user can press any number between 0 and 9 to choose a specific song on the CD. Other keyboard options include F1, which is used to hide or re-display the option. The user can press D to display the DC's status. E on the other hand can be pressed to eject the CD from the drive. By pressing the ‘CTRL + space' function, the user is able to pause the CD, while CTRL +UP/Down arrow increases or decreases the volume. The express media player supports DVDs only in multipurpose drives. Duplicated CD, dirty CDs or scratched media may fail to launch in Express media player. Media that is not compliant with the express media player standards may also fail to play properly. Changing the region code may also solve the region error displayed while one is trying to play some CDs/DVDs. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Express Media Player errors before installing any driver updates.