Zoom Player Home 8.7 Beta 11
To that end, Zoom Player employs a slick and simple user interface, combined with easy to access features while at the same time providing advanced control dialogs over every feature imaginable.
Zoom Player was designed from the ground up to load quick, take as little system resources as possible, provide user feedback/direction as appropriate and maintain as much isolation from other applications and system components as not to undermine overall stability.
Zoom Player Home remains Free for Non-Commercial use.
- The slate navigation interface has been tweaked and now displays the current time & date.
- New rename function accessible either through the playlist's right-click menu or using the Alt+Shift+"M" to rename the currently playing file.
- The fullscreen navigation interface now display an integrated clock (date, time and day).
- New skin-script parameters that specify the new integrated clock position and size.
- New Alt+Shift+"O" keyboard macro used to enable/disable MadVR's 'Smooth Motion' feature.
- New Setting "Adv. Options / Playback / Video" that controls whether MadVR's smooth motion feature is enabled or disabled.
- New Function "fnMadVRSmootMo" that enables/disables MadVR's smooth motion feature.
- New Extended Function "exStayOnTop" used to set StayOnTop mode.
- The playlist editor's sort menu can now sort by ascending or descending order.
- New skin script code used to display the time & date within fullscreen navigation interfaces.
- New Comm API message #110, returning the current system time in multiple time formats.
- The "Open Item Directory" entry on the playlist editor's right click menu now opens an explorer window with the file highlighted. Previously, only the directory would open.
- The load-playlist button on the playlist editor will now open in the "default media open path" folder if one is specified.
- Comm API message #6010 now returns the number of files verified to exist on the system.
# Fixes :
- Fixed two vulnerabilities identified by researcher 'Kaveh Ghaemmaghami' and brought to our attention by 'Secunia Research' related to malformed BMP files.
- A single frame shift would occur when pausing video with the EVR/VMR video renderers.