Micro DVD Player
There are various applications out there that can play disk content, but when it comes to quality only a few are capable of keeping it intact. As its name suggests, Micro DVD Player was built to enable users to play ripped DVD movies, trying to offer almost the same experience as the original disc.
Lightweight and easy to use
The interface has a minimal look, but you’ll find it extremely easy to use once you get acquainted with what it has to offer. Because the main window is so tiny, all the functions had to be encased in a few little buttons. This might seem a bit inconvenient, but it’s compensated by the little tips that popup when you hover the mouse on each of them.
Micro DVD Player automatically detects Micro DVDs inserted in your CD-ROM drives and features four operation modes: you can load the movie from the CD-ROM or from your hard drive, you can use the Quick-INI Mode (it plays a video file optionally accompanied by an audio one with subtitles) or you can use the Playlist Mode to play any video or audio file just like any other media player.
Watch ripped DVD content at the same quality
Micro DVD Player’s configuration window is divided into several sections that allow you to customize the Layout, Controls, Menu, Subtitle and Codec settings.
Probably the best thing is that Micro DVD Player does its job and, to be honest, does it well, without eating up many of your hardware resources.
The ace up its sleeve is that it also display menus and options just like on the original disc, so you won’t really feel the difference between your rip and the genuine version.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Micro DVD Player is a comfortable solution for playing ripped movies. It manages to keep the viewing quality close to the original DVD, which is outstanding by all standards.