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What is realplay.exe?

Part of RealPlayer (32-bit) by RealNetworks

What is it?

RealPlayer, by RealNetworks, is a cross-platform software product primarily used for the playing of recorded media. The media player is compatible with numerous formats within the multimedia realm, including MP3, MPEG-4, QuickTime, Windows Media, and multiple versions (proprietary) of RealAudio and RealVideo formats. The software is powered by an underlying open source media engine called Helix.
Description of realplay.exe from RealNetworks
Real brings you RealPlayer, the only solution you’ll need for managing all your music and videos. It’s the best free media player around for enjoying all types of entertainment! You can also transfer your media to and from your PC and mobile phone. With the RealPlayer media player, you can play files created for both MAC and PC, as well as the following types of files: m4a, mp3, wma, ra, rv, rm, ram, rmvb, wav, flv, 3gp, 3gp2, mp4, m4v, wmv, iv4, avi, MPEG-4, and more.
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How does realplay.exe run?

Process - realplay.exe is an instance of a running program. This 64-bit program executes with the privileges as the currently logged in user account. realplay.exe is executed by the process explorer.exe (Windows Explorer by Microsoft).

How does realplay.exe start?

Autoplay handler - realplay.exe is typically associtated with identifier name of RPCDBurningOnArrival with and identifier of SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\ CurrentVersion\Explorer\AutoplayHandlers\Handlers\RPCDBurningOnArrival. Autoplay will scan removable media, when it arrives, looking for media content types (music, graphics, or video). When a removable media arrives, Windows determines what actions to perform by evaluating the content and comparing it to registered handlers for that content. An application will register a handler for Autoplay events associated with a media type.
Scheduled task - realplay.exe is launched automatically by registering itself into the Windows Task Scheduler under the task name '\RealCreateProcessScheduledTask191363634S-1-5-21-2845588404-3791128576-718412410-1000'. Task Scheduler provides the ability to schedule the launch of programs or scripts at pre-defined times or after specified time intervals or even with event-based triggers.
Startup files (all users) run - realplay.exe is registered with the run identifier 'RealTray' and the execution command 'C:\Program Files\Real\RealPlayer\RealPlay.exe SYSTEMBOOTHIDEPLAYER' in the Windows registry HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run. Run keys are startup registry keys that are used to launch an application automatically when any Windows user logs into Windows.

Community

What is the community is seeing?What is the community is doing?
About 0.4% of all Boost users have the realplay.exe process running.Of the 0.4% of realplay.exe users, 14.3% have disabled it.
How stable is RealPlayer (32-bit) ?
Based on crash data discovered by Boost, stability is a measure of how sound this particular process and the average percent of times it crashes.
     realplay.exe0.03%
Typical program1.26%
How resource intensive is realplay.exe?
Comparison based on the average resource utilization across all programs.
0.00004% CPU366.1%
Average CPU utilization across all programs is 0.00001%.
264.64 MB RAM1229.0%
Average private memory utilization across all programs is 21.53 MB.
          384 /min17.0%
Average I/O read and write operations for all programs is 2,253 per minute.
419 GDI objects279.3%
Average number of GUI GDI and USER objects for all programs is 150.
Typical file (disk image) location:
C:\Program Files\real\realplayer\\realplay.exe

Are there other versions of RealPlayer (32-bit) ?

What modules are loaded?

A module is a dynamic link library (DLL) or an executable file that is loaded into the process. Below is a list of non-system modules that are loaded by RealPlayer (32-bit) .

What else is related?

RealPlayer (32-bit) Stability

realplay.exe crashes or has encountered a critical error 0.8900% of the time.
1.  
Error: Stopped working (APPCRASH)
Occurred on: August 8, 2013
2.  
Error: Stopped working (BEX)
Occurred on: August 25, 2013

What Windows OS versions does this run on?

Windows 7 Home Premium (6.1.7601.65536)

About RealNetworks, Inc.

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File details

File name: realplay.exe
Publisher: RealNetworks, Inc. (verified)
Name: RealPlayer (32-bit)
Description: RealPlayer
Version: 17.0.1.181
Size: 259.58 KB
Original file name: REALPLAY.EXE

Digital certificate

Issued to: RealNetworks
Certificate authority: Thawte
Expiration date: 8/16/2011

Resource utilization

CPU utilization averages
Total CPU: 0.0000433952%
Privileged CPU: 0.0000067805%
User CPU: 0.00003661468670%
Privileged CPU time: 248369.19 ms
Privileged CPU time /min: 184 ms
CPU cycle count: 331,526,313
CPU cycle count /min: 1,301,796,933
Memory utilization averages
Committed memory: 920.52 MB
Peak committed memory: 993.26 MB
Paged memory: 264.64 MB
Peak paged memory: 339.52 MB
Paged system memory: 922.97 KB
Non-paged system memory: 207.86 KB
Working set memory: 20.42 MB
Peak working set memory: 88.49 MB
Min working set memory: 3.63 MB
Private memory: 264.64 MB
Process I/O averages
Total read operations: 504,789
Read operations /min: 374
Total read transfer: 1.01 GB
Read transfer /min: 781.31 KB
Total write operations: 13,980
Write operations /min: 10
Total write transfer: 46.96 MB
Write transfer /min: 35.59 KB
Total other operations: 2,389,477
Other operations /min: 1,768
Total other transfer: 124.43 MB
Other Transfer /min: 94.29 KB
GUI Object Averages
GDI objects: 419
Peak GDI objects: 443
USER objects: 1,013
Peak USER objects: 1,075
Resources
Handle count average: 3,160
Thread count average: 233
Thread resource averages
wow64.dll
ntdll.dll

Process details

Runs as (owner): User
Integrety level: Medium
Windows platform: 64-bit
Parent Process
Process Command
"C:\Program Files\real\realplayer\realplay.exe" /launcC:start_menu

Autoplay handler details

Name: RPPlayMediaOnArrival
Command: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\ CurrentVersion\Explorer\AutoplayHandlers\Handlers\RPPlayMediaOnArrival

Scheduled task details

CLSID: {CAF98FFB-8246-4180-8543-CE4146F5E2AE}
Command: \{CAF98FFB-8246-4180-8543-CE4146F5E2AE}

Startup files (all users) run details

Name: RealTray
Command: C:\Program Files\Real\RealPlayer\RealPlay.exe SYSTEMBOOTHIDEPLAYER

Network connectivity

UDP: LISTENING on port 60632
Windows Firewall allowed program: Yes

Image hashes

MD5: 831bdaae30a1a9c9c4c6083c3193105e
SHA-1: 23dec734b7ea0a23986c18d58b3bac718e10ebcb

PE image details

Subsystem: Windows GUI
Langauge*: Microsoft Visual C++ 9.0
File packed: No
Import Table
advapi32.dll
gdi32.dll
kernel32.dll
msvcp100.dll
msvcp71.dll
msvcp90.dll
msvcr100.dll
msvcr71.dll
msvcr90.dll
ole32.dll
pncrt.dll
shell32.dll
shlwapi.dll
user32.dll
version.dll
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