Your favorite video player

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Littlebits

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tapoo said:
how i can request Admin for changing UMPlayer option to JetAudio Basic/Allplayer??
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UMPlayer (discontinued) has been changed to JetAudio, AVS Player (rogueware) has been changed to VSO Media Player.

Is that all of the requests?

Other video player options not mentioned are DivX Plus Player, Zoom Player, QuickTime Player and Kantaris Media Player.

I wouldn't recommend AllPlayer because it only includes basic codecs and charges you for any additional codec support. If you already have K-lite Codec Pack or another codec pack installed, it will not use those installed codecs. All of the codecs used in AllPlayer are internal. AVS Player is a scam, it is advertised to be free but is only a free trial, requires you to buy a yearly subscription service to use it.

Enjoy!! :D
 

3link9

Level 5
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I've always used Winamp but since that's been discontinued I've decided to switch to Jetaudio which has been really impressive.
 

Jaspion

Level 16
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I always found Winamp's video playing implementation to be half-baked, but for audio it was cool.
 

Littlebits

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3link9 said:
I've always used Winamp but since that's been discontinued I've decided to switch to Jetaudio which has been really impressive.
I will continue to use Winamp until it no longer functions.
It is the best music management organizer and player with full media library.
Nothing compares to it. But if the time does come when it will no longer function, I have MusicBee installed with all of my Winamp plugins. MusicBee is the best alternative to Winamp. I do also agree that Winamp has never had good quality for video support, that's why I use JetAudio. But JetAudio does have the audio support like Winamp has or even the basic features of Winamp. Therefore I'm forced to use separate players for audio and video.

If someone just wants an stand-alone video player JetAudio offers JetVideo basically most of the audio features are removed it make it lighter.

Someone mentioned BSPlayer which I have never tried for video playback, I thought it was just an audio player, so I'm going to check it out more.

Good day. :D
 

tapoo

Level 4
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@Littlebits.....
didn't know that AVS player is rogueware, thanks for that, never used it, so had no idea how is it.....
i know about Zoom Player, but forgot to include it in the poll though...
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cdnsempre

Level 1
Littlebits said:
3link9 said:
I've always used Winamp but since that's been discontinued I've decided to switch to Jetaudio which has been really impressive.
I will continue to use Winamp until it no longer functions.
It is the best music management organizer and player with full media library.
Nothing compares to it. But if the time does come when it will no longer function, I have MusicBee installed with all of my Winamp plugins. MusicBee is the best alternative to Winamp. I do also agree that Winamp has never had good quality for video support, that's why I use JetAudio. But JetAudio does have the audio support like Winamp has or even the basic features of Winamp. Therefore I'm forced to use separate players for audio and video.

If someone just wants an stand-alone video player JetAudio offers JetVideo basically most of the audio features are removed it make it lighter.

Someone mentioned BSPlayer which I have never tried for video playback, I thought it was just an audio player, so I'm going to check it out more.

Good day. :D
The BS Player have automatic subtitles from your language.
 

Jaspion

Level 16
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I haven't seen PotPlayer's video quality elsewhere (maybe KMPlayer). With low-quality video you can remove color blocks or denoise the image and get a great boost. The auto color balancing is good too. Plus it doesn't come bundled with anything, whereas BS has Conduit and Open Candy and jetAudio/Video has Ask. Also it has a 64-bit version. Really the best for me, very light and powerful.
 

indra11tng

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I like Media Player Classic–Home Cinema because great performance if play AKB48 Movie Video High Resolution :D
 

war8itch

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99% of the stuff i now watch or listen to is done through XBMC it does more than i require and then some .
i gave up on vlc and km player many months ago they just don't cut it anymore
 
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NUWANTHA

Level 1
Splash pro EX,any one use this,this is not a free player but clear than any other player!But it have small sound problem!
 

Neiltullio

Level 2
VLC is very good.
I was GOMPlayer user, it worked very nice, but they started to bundle it with PUP (toolbars) so no longer on my list.
 

Chigwells

Level 2
I'm with PotPlayer.

I did use KMPlayer on XP, PotPlayer seems to be its somewhat refined x64 successor.

Very versatile, never has a problem playing a video, useful shortcuts that I frequently use:

spacebar - pause, restart
↑, ↓ - volume up, down
←, - back, forward 5 secs
Ctrl + ←, - back, forward 40 secs
f, d - frame forwards, backwards (screenshots)
z,x,c - speed up, slow down, default speed
, . / (comma, period, slash) - subtitle sync forwards and backwards, reset
1,2,3,4 - different screen size
return - full screen
esc - minimize
Ctrl + F6 - change aspect ratio

I use it portable: preferences > general > store settings to .ini file

Turn auto-updates off: preferences > general > auto updates > do not use. As Jaspion states:

But you can't auto-update it or it turns Korean
And of course it doesn't have that horrendous silly traffic cone icon :mad: :( o_O

My current skin (with 'Random Color' so everytime opens with a new color scheme):



I'm amazed that JetAudio is good for video:

I have used about all of the popular video players and none have the quality of JetAudio.

You can play videos with poor quality with JetAudio and they look excellent, it can remove blur, choppy or shacking, can take video with small resolutions and enlarge them to full screen without distorting them.
I use it on Android as my music player, after it was recommended on a music forum for its excellent playback quality and musical special effects,
I'll have to give it a try :cool:
 
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