DAPlayer is a media player which comes packed with some interesting options for users of any skill level. It supports a bunch of audio and video file types, such as AVI, MPEG, 3GP, MP3, DVD clips and Blu-ray items.
The interface of the application is stylish and quite intuitive, supplying you with a user-friendly yet feature-packed environment.
Media files can be imported by using either the file browser, tree view or "drag and drop" method. It is possible to create a playlist for the continuous playback of multiple files, as well as to use some basic media playing commands, such as pause and stop, navigate back and forth within the clip, adjust the volume, enable repeat mode, and switch to full screen mode.
In addition, you can play an audio CD, load lyrics or subtitles, get file information, backup audio CDs and DVD movies, and switch to another theme for the GUI. But you may also configure video settings concerning the aspect ratio, image flip, deinterlacing mode, zoom and angle. Audio options focus on the audio device, speakers, stereo mode, equalizer, delay and codec.
From the Settings screen, you can alter the default subtitle font settings (e.g. name, size, color), reconfigure keyboard shortcuts for fast navigation, make file associations for easy accessibility, specify the threading level and number of CPU cores to be used, modify the default UI language, and enable automatic updates.
The media player runs on a low-to-moderate amount of system resources, has a good response time and worked smoothly during our testing, without hanging, crashing or displaying error dialogs; we haven't found any issues in our tests. All in all, DAPlayer should satisfy all users who are looking for a feature-packed yet straightforward media player.