TuneBrowser is the software that manages a large number of music tune files on the disk. TuneBrowser is supporting native playback of high resolution (Hi-Res) PCM and DSD sources by ASIO and WASAPI.
- Supporting file types are: DSD, FLAC, TTA, MP3, AAC, ALAC, Ogg Vorbis, WavPack, Wave, AIFF, APE and WMA.
- Using own playback engine.
- Supporting gapless playback in all formats including DSD.
- Dynamic and smooth graphic rendering by DirectX (Direct2D).
- Supporting OpenHome. You can control the TuneBrowser with tablets or smartphones.
- C ++ template and internal structure utilizing CRTP, low CPU load.
- Associative search is easily possible under various conditions such as artist, composer, performer, content name and so on.
- Considering not only rock and jazz but also classical music to be able to adequately manage.
- Full Unicode support.
- Supporting Last.fm Scrobble.
TuneBrowser supports the following OS:
- Microsoft ® Windows ® 10
- Microsoft ® Windows ® 8.1
- Microsoft ® Windows ® 7 SP1
To play music, playback device (DAC) compliant with ASIO or WASAPI is necessary. For the DSD native playback, device compatible with DSD playback by ASIO 2.1 or DoP 1.1, is necessary.
TuneBrowser is provided with 3 versions.
- Desktop 64bit (x64) version (For Windows 7/8.1/10, 64bit)
- Desktop 32bit (x86) version (For Windows 7/8.1/10, 32bit)
- UWP version (See below for details).
UWP version is for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Version 1607) and later only. UWP version of the TuneBrowser is provided in the Windows Store. Please click the badge above to access the Windows Store.
UWP version makes safe downloading, easy updating, and complete uninstalling (^^).
TuneBrowser can be used permanently as a free software (Free Edition). Free Edition can manage up to 500 music tunes.
Besides Free Edition, there is Full Edition. Full Edition has no limitation of management (There are restrictions depends on PC resources, such as CPU or memory capacity).
There is no other difference between editions like functional restriction or period restriction. If you want to have a native DSD or Hi-Res Player simply, you can use the TuneBrowser as a free software continuously. You can use Free Edition by only download and install.
To make it Full Edition, please register as shareware.
Registration for Full Edition
1. UWP Version
For the UWP version, you can get the Full Edition License in the Windows Store “in-app purchase”. To access the Windows Store, please click the badge below or open the “About” dialog box of the TuneBrowser.
You don’t have to manage the license key for the UWP version. Confirmation of the license will be done automatically through the Windows OS.
- Please note:
- The license issued by the Windows Store is valid for the UWP version only.
- To get the TuneBrowser license in the Windows Store, the Microsoft account is required. If you do not want to use the Microsoft account, you can use PayPal as below. TuneBrowser UWP Version can also accept the license key issued by the PayPal payment.
2. Desktop x64/x86 Versions / UWP Version
For the desktop x64/x86 versions (and also UWP version), you can get the license key by registering via PayPal, then enter that license key into the TuneBrowser.
To register as Full Edition, please use following PayPal link.
After payment, PayPal will notify it to my system. Then, the email containing license key will be sent to you from my address.
If the email will not arrive, there are following possibilities:
- Email address registered in PayPal is not valid, or is too old.
- PayPal system trouble.
If you do not receive the email after waiting for a few hours, please contact me by using menu “Support” – “Contact” at the top of this page.
Restriction of the English Version
The English version of the TuneBrowser is translated from Japanese. Almost (and important) user interface elements including parameter explanations are translated to English. Sorry, but help file contents are Japanese only (Maybe, help file contents is not important for normal use).
Setup file (Installer) is same for English and Japanese. TuneBrowser detects language of Windows on startup, and dynamically switches language to use.