MPC RealMedia Splitter

2.67 from 12 Reviews
RealMedia Splitter enables you to play RealNetworks audio and video files in Windows Media Player. It is recommended to install RealPlayer, RealOne Player or Real Alternative first.
The main focus of the RealMedia Splitter is delivering you high quality image and sound, without neglecting easiness of use either. The interface is basic and accessible to all users.

The formats supported by RealMedia Splitter are RM, RAM, RMVB and any other RealNetworks files such as streaming video.

This tool will work as long as you use a DirectX based player.

RealMedia Splitter has minimum system requirements and occupies very little space on your disc; also, it is completely free.

How to install RealMedia Splitter:

If you are unable to install the filter, please read this small guide: How to install/uninstall DLL and AX codec files from Guides section.
Reviews & Comments
RealMedia Splitter
on 22 July 2008
Only thing I can suggest for you guys with problems is to use the CCCP-Insurgent to see if the splitter actually installed.

As of July 22 there site is temporarily under maintenance a direct link is:
RealMedia Splitter
on 06 October 2007
Real Media Player is so awful and causes so many problems I used to immediately delete it from any system I was planning to seriously use to just ward off future problems. My heart sinks when on-line content is only available in .rm format, but I try to install it anyway--it worked maybe ten percent of the time over the past, what, ten years? However long it's been.

I tried yet again to install RealMedia in 2007 and after 2 hours of frustration I finally gave up, looked for another solution, and found Realalternative. Praise be to Jesus and I'm not even religious. It works perfectly and for the first time in my computer-using life I don't have to fear the .rm.
RealMedia Splitter
on 24 August 2006
Doesn't work on Real streamings (I think those who write it didn't work were actually trying to listen to streaming files).
Does anyone have a clue to answer Roland's question ?