Zoom Player Home Zoom Player FREE 14.2.0

Inmatrix - 29.6 MB ( Shareware)



Zoom Player Home Free encourage any user to choose it for its ease of use and support for a large number of formats.

Zoom Player Home Free is a media player very easy to handle, offering a fully free video player that decodes the current standard video codecs (H.264, XVID, DIVX, DVD, FLV, WMV, QuickTime, MPEG 1/2/4, MP3, AAC, DTS, Dolby Digital , FLAC, etc.). It also offers many features including a navigation interface for its Media Center, update and automatic search function.

Zoom Player Home Free also reads DVD from the media player, hard drive, or even on the network and automatically backup where stopped the previous reading.

Zoom Player Home Free offers two modes to allow the user to enjoy their multimedia collections. The first is the "media" mode, it can play files supported by DirectShow. The second, the "DVD" mode, plays DVD content using DirectShow preinstalled filters.

Title:
Zoom Player Home Zoom Player FREE 14.2.0
File Size:
29.6 MB
Requirements:
Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Language:
en-us
License:
Shareware
Date Added:
10 Jul 2018
Publisher:
Inmatrix
Homepage:
http://www.inmatrix.com
MD5 Checksum:
A4228C75841FD47DC0E2DC3454F2F5DF

New "Favorites" fullscreen navigation interface. Any media can be added to the favorites list through the media library or file browsing navigational interfaces. Please note that this change required resetting the "Navigation interfaces on main navigator" feature to it's default value (Adv. Options / Interface / Fullscreen Navigation).
When using the "Open URL" function, a new "Clear playlist" checkbox is now available (previously the playlist was always cleared).
With LAV Filters v0.71, a D3D11 hardware decoding mode has been added. You can instruct LAV to use this mode automatically by setting the option under "Adv. Options / Playback / Video".
The "Play History database may be corrupted" message will no longer appear unless the play history file is actually corrupted.
You can now set the "Retain Media Playback History for" value to 99999 days (~2738 years), up from the original 9999 days (~27 years), just in case one of you finds immortality and wished to use Zoom Player forever.
The torrents plugin should now shutdown a little faster if Zoom Player closes while the plugin was fetching an updated file list.
Fixed a bug that prevented the previously active audio track from being restored when re-playing a video with multiple audio tracks.
Opening a playlist from navigation interfaces loaded the playlist but did not automatically start playing it.
The fullscreen navigation's text Anti-Aliasing setting was being reset after restarting the player.
Bug Fixes.




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