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Download Zoom Player Max 14.2.0

Zoom Player Max 14.2.0

By Inmatrix  (Commercial Trial)
User Rating
Zoom Player Max is a very fast media player. Prior to Zoom Player Max, playing media files on the PC was either overly simplistic for the Power User or overly cryptic to the common user. Zoom Player Max tries to both simplify the playback experience for the common user, while giving the Power Users all the tools and interfaces they may require to manipulate their playback environment to their exact specification.

To that end, Zoom Player Max 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 Max 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.

Please note, this is a 30 day trial of Zoom Player Max.

Title: Zoom Player Max 14.2.0
Filename: zp1420max.exe
File size: 29.64MB (31,078,888 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Commercial Trial
Date added: July 10, 2018
Author: Inmatrix
MD5 Checksum: 8815A149C008AE96DCCC2C3B088CC4FA

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.