MVS Player is an application that you can use to play media files. It supports several formats, including MPEG, AVI, WMV, FLV, MOV, 3GP, SWF, OGG, VOB and ASF.
Since this is an ad-supported software, you should be careful when installing MVS Player. It offers to download a third-party component that is not relevant to the program's functionality, as well as to make some changes to your web browsers.
You can import multiple videos, an MKV or DVD by using the file browser (the "drag and drop" method is not supported). You can view the total time and the one for the current video.
So, you can use basic media player functions, such as pause, resume, stop, go forward or backward, navigate back and forth within the stream and adjust the volume.
But you can also synchronize or "back by frame" all videos, share them on Facebook, MySpace or Twitter, reposition the video (align to center or side), as well as configure audio and video settings.
Right-clicking the video automatically switches it to full screen mode where you can access several options in the context menu, such as enabling default, extended, flat or ultra flat format, along with picture-in-picture.
The program takes up a moderate amount of system resources and didn't freeze or crash during our tests. Unfortunately, it doesn't include a help file and we couldn't access audio and video settings (an error popped up and informed us the modules could not be found on the system).
Furthermore, you cannot view the playlist (although you can, indeed import multiple files), load videos with subtitles, and others. All in all, MVS Player is a good media player but it needs to improve its features. Nevertheless, we suggest you test it for yourself.