Free Video Player 1.0.726
Free Video Player is a powerful and easy-to-use media player that supports all popular video and audio formats, including AVI, MKV, WMV, DVD, Blu-ray, MP4, and many others.
Opens quickly even huge files, which is important for an MKV player, and allows searching for interesting fragments conveniently, without significant delays. Provides outstanding picture quality for each supported format. Can play ISO disc images directly. Supports DVD menu.
After installing Free Video Player you will be able to choose, which codecs are to be used. Free Video Player can use codecs installed in your system, or its own codecs. The latter option allows playing any movie even on a system where no codecs were previously installed.
The player correctly works with video files containing multiple audio and subtitle tracks (AVI, MKV, and others). You can easily switch between available audio and subtitle tracks or even open external files containing subtitles or audio. If necessary, timing for audio or subtitles can be readjusted to fit the video.
Free Video Player supports playlists. Additionally it can detect and open similar video files from the same folder. For example, if you play an episode of a TV series, after finishing playing it the program can automatically open the next episode, which may be exactly what you'd like to do.
Despite its simplicity, the free video player offers a number of advanced features. In its settings menu, you can adjust behavior of different features, choose default monitor for videos and default sound device for audio, configure your IR remote control receiver to work with the program, customize keyboard and mouse actions, select different skins, etc. The player is capable of making high-quality snapshots, saving them in one of the most popular image formats (PNG, JPG and BMP are supported).
Enjoy outstanding quality of your movies with Free Video Player! Play any video files easily, without installing additional codecs. Download MKV player
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