DDP Player is a straightforward piece of software that enables you to import DDP files to play audio tracks and burn them to disc.

It doesn't include complicated options or configuration parameters, making it accessible to all types of users, even the ones less experienced with such apps.

After a rapid setup operation that shouldn't impose any difficulties, you are welcomed by a clean and intuitive interface, made from a normal window that lets you get started by importing DDP images from folders.

The app also offers support for ZIP, CUE, CDA and PMI files that you can open. You can check out track information like index, starting position, duration, IRSC code, title and performer, edit the title, performer and MCN, hide CD text, as well as play the track and seek a particular position by moving a slider.

All audio tracks can be saved to file, while the PQ sheet can be exported to PDF format. DDP Player lets you burn the files to an audio CD for playback on portable devices, check the project for any errors, calculate MD5 checksums to verify file integrity, and check for software updates with the click of a button.

Audio settings can be edited when it comes to the device type (Windows audio, DirectSound, ASIO), output device, sample rate and buffer size, while sound can be tested.

As far as general options are concerned, you can modify the default pre-roll time, encoder bit rate, bit rate mode and stereo mode (simple or joined), set the file name pattern and time display, as well as enable or disable automatic checkups for MD5 and software updates.

There were no stability issues in our tests, thanks to the fact that the utility didn't hang, crash or display error notifications. It left a small footprint on system resources, so it didn't hamper PC performance.

To conclude, DDP Player comes loaded with clear-cut options and customization settings to help you play and create audio CDs from DDP files, and it can be handled by anyone with ease.