NVIDIA Windows Media Player 10 Media Module Skin
NVIDIA Windows Media Player 10 Media Module Skin provides NVIDIA fans with a tribute skin for their Windows Media Player. NVIDIA is one of the two remarkable GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) manufacturers in the world and it is no surprise that someone thought of creating a WMP skin featuring the black and green base colors.
Once you have installed the NVIDIA Windows Media Player 10 Media Module Skin, opening your Windows Media Player turns into a mesmerizing experience including both visual and audio high-quality effects. The first thing you might notice is the outdated logo of the company and, for real fans that can be seen as a drawback, while the nostalgics would have no problem with it.
The compact interface features a carbon-like finish with great attention paid to details. It is almost perfect and the blend of colors delivers a very nice touch that excites the eye in a pleasant way. The playback animation depicts a horizontal electric-green lightning accompanied by aurora borealis themed shadows. The exquisite presentation also offers a vertical approach to the progress bar.
Choosing to open the playlist instantly changes the tiny GUI into a more breathing entity that, although it takes a whole lot more of your workspace, allows you to quickly and easily manage the music you select to listen to. The good news here is that NVIDIA Windows Media Player 10 Media Module Skin’s alternative look can be resized to fit any gap in your desktop area. The compact view mode does not come with such option.
The incorporated equalizer helps you rapidly choose one the many presets and even create one of your very own liking by tuning the available nine bands. On the downside, the EQ also packs crossfading capabilities that can prove a little tricky sometimes as they tend to block the music from playing. Scrolling the audio presets is also painful, with no accessible list for easy picking.
The bottomline is that NVIDIA Windows Media Player 10 Media Module Skin addresses only a selected bunch of users, NVIDIA fans or not, that utilize WMP as their default media player and also have a certain inclination to tech skins with neon glowing lights and green, lots of green… and black.
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