Abdul Ghani from Karachi, Pakistan made history by creating the world's smallest multimedia player software, which is just 510KB 21 x 16 Pixels [smaller than Desktop Icons] in size and can play all kind of audio and video
Abdul Ghani from Karachi, made history by creating smallest multimedia player software in the world, which is just 510KB 21 x 16 Pixels [smaller than Desktop Icons] in size and can play all kind of audio and video files on any computer. Ghani is looking forward to see his name added into the “Guinness book of World record”.
His creation “Nano” supports audio file types mp1, mp2, mp3, ogg, wma, asf and video file types avi, asf, wmv, mpeg, mpg, m1v, qt, mov, ram, dat, rm.
Ghani, who completed his diploma in information technology from Islamabad, is now working for a software house as a graphic designer. Prior to his current position he has been working for K.E.S.C (Karachi Electric Supply Corporation) as computer operator. He is also teaching (part time) computer graphics, web designing and Photoshop CorelDraw.
Ghani believes that his creation “Nano” is a World Record and deserves the entry into the Guinness book of World Records. He has sent all the details with his application for consideration. He is sure that no one in the world has created so far dimensionally smaller than "NANO" with all these functions.