PotPlayer 1.6.52515 / 1.6.52896 Beta
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What's new in PotPlayer 1.6.52782 Beta:
- Added the ability to set whether displaying thumbnails in file navigation
- Added various algorithms into VMR9/EVR scaler
- Fixed an issue that can't play certain MKV files smoothly
- Fixed an issue that no images appear when playing certain MPEG files
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- C: \ Multimedia \ Video \ Video Players
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Visually appealing and easy to useThe setup process guides you through a series of steps, which take very little of your time. Additional codecs are installed only if these are missing from your computer and not without your consent.
Running it unveils a pretty interface, with elements reduced to a minimum, yet managing to include all necessary playback options, volume slider and a decent, resizable preview section. A playlist can be toggled on, as well as a control panel, with the possibility to stick them to the main window and move around the desktop as a group.
Supporting a large variety of formatsAdding a media file is no rocket science, and barely requires you to drag desired items either over the playlist or the preview section. Lists can be easily saved and loaded when needed, as well as importing already existing ones.
You need not worry whether or not the application is capable of opening a certain file, as it supports nearly all available formats. Ranging from AVI, WMV, MP4, 3GP, FLV, MKV in the video category, to MP3, WAV, FLAC, AAC, APE for music, and even commonly used playlists, tha application is sure to satisfy any requirement. The actual list of supported formats is considerably larger than the few mentioned examples.
Enhance audio and video experienceThe application puts several tools at your disposal in order to fully enjoy clips or songs. A control panel lets you carefully adjust several frequency sliders or put presets to good use, to get the most out of the audio. Moreover, your custom configurations can be saved for later use.
Furthermore, you can adjust a few color related sliders to correct any errors in a video or make it suitable to your liking. Subtitles can also be inserted and placed at a custom position, while an integrated function lets you take snapshots of desired frames.
In conclusionTaking everything into consideration, we can say that PotPlayer is worth at least a try. The interface is extremely minimalistic, letting even the most inexperienced accommodate in a jiffy. However, it's packed with rich features under the hood, coming in handy even to pro users. It might just convince you to keep it around for a long time.
PotPlayer was reviewed by Mircea Dragomir, last updated on February 26th, 2015
Runs on: Windows XP / XP 64 bit / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit / 8 / 8 64 bit