Windows Final Media Player - How to Install and Run It
Final Media Player is a media player that has been designed by Bitumen which is a free software. It is part of the suite of products from Bitumen, a company that specializes in internet security. This player is mainly designed to perform basic conversions between different file formats such as WAV and MP3. It also has a few other features that are exclusive only to Final Media Player. Among these features are the function to convert any video to a WAV file and to edit existing videos in order to correct any aspect that is not captured in the original.
It is similar to Quicktime Player and Real Audio Converter. Final Media Player also will change system settings during installation, which makes Final Media Player the most universal media player, suitable for all sorts of files formats that don't already have an equivalent viewer program associated with them. This program has a small but powerful library of audio files that can be played back in any player, even if Windows is not running. Windows users who use Final Media Player may wish to consider downloading and installing Quicktime Player from the website, if they want to view music and movie files in their Windows player.
Windows users who want to install and run Final Media Player may also wish to download and install Quicktime Player as well. Once you have downloaded and installed both of these programs, launch Windows Explorer and open the folder that contains the programs that you have previously downloaded. Open the "Downloads" folder and look for the latest update checker for Final Media Player. Launch the "Update Checker" to allow Final Media Player to update itself with the latest version. When prompted, accept an Installer and follow the prompts. It is important that you do this step every time you update Final Media Player.