Potplayer is a smooth media player with a great looking, minimalist user interface. It has an extensive range of configurable options to choose from and lots of functionality.
The application supports Blu-ray, DVD, Audio CD, and countless other media formats. It can be configured to work with various devices such as TV or HDTV, and supports Direct3D9 Ex Flip Mode and Overlay. There are a few cool features tucked away inside Potplayer too, such as the ability to take snapshots of the media you are viewing and save as a JPEG file, and Blu-ray subtitle support.
Key features include:
- DIVX subtitle support.
- SUP subtitle support.
- Multiple format support.
- Screen capture support.
- Uncluttered user interface.
Overall, Potplayer is a fresh looking media player, with a substantial amount of preferences to choose from. The application supports a plethora of formats and the sound and video quality is superb.
Potplayer also has great support for subtitles, and neat features such as the screenshot capture tool. If you are looking for a new media player that has stacks of format support, excellent codec support and is relatively lightweight, then maybe Potplayer is just what you are looking for.
Added online subtitles database tab into browser window.
Added the ability to keep playback speed changes.
Fixed an issue that prevents to create thumbnail image when Bluesky Frame Rate Converter is used.
Fixed an issue that aspect ratio was abnormal when rotate function is used.
Fixed a problem where some MP4 files were playing fast.
Improved playback of HTTP streams.
Fixed a problem where styles in certain SSA/ASS subtitle files was incorrectly parsed.
Fixed a problem that can not play WMV/ASF files on certain PCs.
Improved subtitle searching to match the video.
Improved speed of loading skin files.
Fixed a problem that occurs when playing certain MKV files.
Fixed an issue where times in certain SRT subtitle files was incorrectly handled.
Improved the option "remember playback positions within a playlist" so that it can be set individually in each playlist.