As various media players jockey for position to become your default setting for music and video streams, Media Player's support for a wide range of file formats has helped it stand out as a firm favorite.
Supported formats include DAT, MPEG, DivX, XviD, WMV, ASF, AVI, and MOV, as are common codecs like FLV1, AC3, OGG, MP4, and H263. A pop-out playlist can save and organize your various media files, though the limited sort modes--two--hardly makes it a champ.
More impressive are the customizable settings on the control panel. Here you can adjust a video's image brightness, hue, and saturation. There's no preview window, and changes occur as the video runs, so unless you care for a rousing session of trial and error, be sure to tweak the settings after clicking "play." There's also a built-in screen-capture feature that includes zooming and panning, customizable themes, hot keys, and a host of preset and adjustable audio controls.
Video Player is weakest when you're looking for help documentation and trying to tweak Save settings, but overall it's a very strong player worth at least a supporting role in your video-watching habits, if not the lead.
Latest Version:2.2Size:7.22 MB Platform: Windows 2000/XP/ Vista/ 7
Play Video,DVD,VCD,Live Stream,TV.
Support Different Media Types
Along with different media format such as AVI, MPG, MPEG and DAT, Player also supports streaming Windows media format (WMV, ASF, ASX). You can also watch DVD-quality videos with 5.1 channel audio output
Video Player includes many codecs (XviD, DivX, FLV1, AC3, OGG, MP4, H263 and more) so you won't need to install separate codecs for most videos. For those videos that require a separate codec, Player will find one and direct you to a place where you can download an open source version of the codec. That way, you won't get stuck with unnecessary codecs on your system
Powerful Subtitle Support
Video Player supports SMI, SRT, RT, SUB(with IDX) files for subtitle. You can specify margin, location, size, resolution, font and others. You can also enable shadow, view ASF files with subtitle, karaoke subtitle mode. You can even synchronize subtitle and video if there's any mismatch
Play Broken AVI Files
AVI files can't be played if the index is broken, or if the file isn't completely downloaded. This is because the index is located at the end of the file. Player's patented technology enables users to view files with broken indexes or that are still being downloaded
There are an endless number of advanced features. Customize brightness, contrast and saturation. Sharpen and add noise to your video. Try the audio equalizer. Repeat a section of your video with our A-B Repeat feature. Fast forward/rewind a few seconds using left/right keys. And much more for you to discover
|Supported OS||Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Windows 7|
|Processor||1GHz or above Intel or AMD CPU|
|Free hard disk space||1GB above|
|RAM||512MB or above|