n.player can easily be placed among those software utilities that focus equally on usability and the relationship established with the users through their user-friendliness.
One the first highlights of n.player is its eye-catching interface that can not only be color-customized, but you can explore two entirely different types of interface equally original and fun to work with. Its buttons and features are very discrete, yet accessible, making n.player easy to blend with any computer desktop.
But this attractive multimedia player does a lot more than look good. n.player plays and generates PLS, M3U and ASX playlists, supports tags and features a10-band equalizer that can be enabled as a separate window.
What n.player has to offer on a technical level surpasses nevertheless its pleasant graphic display. This small utility can prove to be very handy when it comes to the most important feature sought within a multimedia player: supported video codecs. n.player supports DirectX codecs and filter settings, works good with DivX3,4 and 5 and also features WinAmp2 DSP plug-in and ATI Remote Wonder controller support. Furthermore, the app features a preinstalled DirectShow decoder.
It can open up to six different types of DivX subtitles and provides users with the options to make image adjustments to the loaded movies. Also, n.player proved its trustworthiness when it comes to video and audio playback quality.
To summarize, n.player is above anything a very efficient and easy to use media player with a pretty versatile set of functions. Not bad on the eye either.