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Descargar Zoom Player Home FREE 8.7 Beta 33

Zoom Player Home 8.7 Beta 33

Por Inmatrix  (Shareware)
Valoración de los usuarios
Zoom Player is a very fast media player. Prior to Zoom Player, playing media files on the PC was either overly simplistic for the Power User or overly cryptic to the common user. Zoom Player 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 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.

Título: Zoom Player Home FREE 8.7 Beta 33
Nombre de fichero: zp870b33free.exe
Tamaño de fichero: 7.48MB (7,846,592 bytes)
Requisitos: 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
Idiomas: Múltiples idiomas
Licencia: Shareware
Fecha añadida: 23 de enero de 2014
Autor: Inmatrix
Página de inicio: www.inmatrix.com
MD5 Checksum: E5A696E99A82D215734819DE3F1AD40F

- New "Automatically restore the previously active subtitle track on replay" Play History setting.
- New "Automatically restore the previously active audio track on replay" Play History setting.
- A 'New Folder' function has been added to the Media Library and File browsing fullscreen navigation interfaces.
- New Smart Play profiles for H.265 and VP9.
- The Microsoft Windows TV '.WTV' file extension is now supported by Smart Play using the 'MPEG2 Program' Smart Play profile.
- New Comm API message #0120, used to request the monitor layout.
- New Comm API message #0130, used to request available audio devices.
- New Comm API message #0132, used to set the active audio device.
- New Comm API message #0134, used to request the active audio device.
- New Comm API message #0142, used to set the active video renderer.
- New Comm API message #0144, used to request the active video renderer.
- Incomplete AVI files can now be played using LAV Filters as the source filter, making the 'Gabest AVI Splitter' filter obsolete (and no longer available for download through the install center).
- The Shift+"A" and Alt+"A" keyboard macros for opening the audio decoding filter configuration dialog have been merged into the Alt+"A" macro.
- Windows 8.1 multi-monitor DPI is now supported, the Zoom Player user interface will maintain its correct size and sharpness regardless of the monitor's DPI setting.
- When the multi part file loader feature is set to 'Automatic Match', playing a file with a name comprised only of numbers that converts to a very high value, triggered a crash.
- After the operating system has been up for more than 25 days, the mouse double-click functions in the fullscreen navigation interface would cease working.
- Double-clicking the 'previous directory' icon in the media library and file browsing fullscreen navigation interfaces could automatically select a file or folder in the parent directory.
- The "SPACE" button on the virtual keyboard did not work when the text carrot was at the end of the line.
- Clicking too quickly on the virtual keyboard keys would type in the same character twice.
- The Smart Play profile for OPUS audio is now using the LAV Audio Decoder by default as the DC-Bass decoder did not properly support all OPUS files.
- DVD that contain disc titles with invalid file name characters now properly save any disc-specific information (such as resume from last position).
- Going up a folder from the fullscreen station navigation function interface would not work correctly and could lead to a crash.
- Opening a web page will now cover the entire display area, ignoring aspect ratio settings.

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