Zoom Player Home 14.0 Beta 4
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 media library fullscreen interface's settings page can now be used to select the Audio Rendering device (audio output), making it easy to switch between different output modes (switching audio between rooms, speaker setups, headphone output, etc).
The media library fullscreen interface's settings page can now be used to select the Video Rendering device, making it easy to test out different rendering qualities or in cases where a particular video may not play correctly in your preferred video renderer.
New Setting (Adv. Options / On Screen Display) that controls the OSD clock position.
New (optional) control bar button to open/hide the fullscreen stream selection navigation interface.
Installing an audio device or a custom audio renderer filter would change the selected audio renderer for DVDs and WMP ActiveX playback.
The controlbar's volume pop-up slider did not appear in the correct position under some circumstances.
Fixed a glitch where TAG display for a local file playback would show "???" instead of international characters.
Fixed an issue where audio visualization wouldn't render in the correct resolution when changing the visualization display size.
The Torrents download tracking plugin did not handle character decoding correctly for non-english characters.
Wrong duration displayed in the playlist when using Windows Media Player's ActiveX control to play streaming media.