Elmedia Video Player

Elmedia Video Player for PC and Mac

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  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release date: 2022-07-26
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 8.6
  • File size: 52.52 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.9
  • How it works | What is Elmedia Video Player?


Whatʹs Great

1. Not only can Elmedia Video Player play audio and video content on your Mac, but it can also stream it to other devices, like Samsung TV, LG TV, Sony TV, and other supported smart TV sets.

2. For an effortless access to various subtitles we integrated Elmedia Video Player with the opensubtitles.org service, which lets you add desired subtitles to videos without leaving the app.

3. * When watching a movie with subtitles Elmedia Video Player can perfectly sync subtitles with the video in case there is some mismatch.

4. This player has a wonderful HD experience to offer to its users thanks to a native hardware accelerated decoding that unloads the processor and brings the smooth and clean video onto the screen.

5. Elmedia Video Player is an all-in-one solution that doesn't call for any additional plugins or codecs.

6. You can use Elmedia Video Player as an audio receiver over AirPlay.

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Elmedia Video Player Features and Description


Key Features

Latest Version: 8.6

  • Licence: Free


  • What does Elmedia Video Player do? Elmedia Video Player is a free media player for PC. It can play pretty much any file type, be it AVI, MP4, FLV, SWF, WMV, MKV, MP3, M4V etc. Elmedia Video Player is an all-in-one solution that doesn't call for any additional plugins or codecs. This player has a wonderful HD experience to offer to its users thanks to native hardware-accelerated decoding that unloads the processor and brings the smooth and clean video onto the screen. Performance is further enhanced through M1 chip support. *Highlights:* Video and audio playback * Keep the player on top of all apps to never miss a moment of the movie. * Can switch between audio tracks, including external files. * Offers its own volume control. * Works great with various subtitles files. * Lets you create & manage playlists. * Able to fit the window to your screen. * Adjustable playback speed. * Audio visualizer helps you experience your songs in a new way. * Seek through videos with the help of thumbnail previews. **Built-in subtitles search** For effortless access to various subtitles, we integrated Elmedia Video Player with the opensubtitles.org service, which lets you add desired subtitles to videos without leaving the app. **Supported formats** *Audio: mp3, m4a, wma, aac, ac3, aiff, ape, flac, mka, ogg, pcm, ra, vaw, waw, wav, aif, oga, caf, midi, mid, acm, dts, mpa, webm *Video: 3gp, avi, mp4, mpeg, vob, flv, mov, mkv, 3iv, asf, fli, m1v, m2t, m2ts, m2v, m4v, mp2, mpg, mpg2, mpg4, mpv, mqv, nut, nuv, nsv, qt, ram, rec, rm, rmvb, ts, vcd, vfw, wmv, webm, rv, f4v, ogv, ogm, divx, asx, dat, tp, mjp, yuv, xvid, vc1, mtv *Subtitles: utf, srt, ass, smi, txt, ssa, smil, jss, rt, idx, sub, xml Flexible settings * When watching a movie with subtitles Elmedia Video Player can perfectly sync subtitles with the video. **************************************************************************************************** Elmedia Video Player PRO is available via in-app purchase. **Extra useful features of Elmedia Video Player PRO!** *Stream local files to Chromecast, Smart TV, Microsoft TV, other AirPlay and DLNA-compliant devices. * Picture-in-picture mode available. * Ability to save subtitles from opensubtitles.org ( Elmedia Video Player can also stream audio and video content to other devices, like Roku TV, Samsung TV, LG TV, Sony TV, etc. Elmedia's extensive streaming possibilities: - can stream video and audio files in their native formats or will transcode them to a supported format in real time; - can stream the up to 4K videos to compatible devices (Chromecast Ultra, Microsoft TV 4K, etc.); - can stream videos with subtitles (both embedded and external); - gives you full control over media streaming directly from the app. Play, pause, seek, or stop the video. When streaming to DLNA-compliant devices or Chromecast you can control volume in the player. You can use Elmedia Video Player as an audio receiver over AirPlay. This option is helpful when you need to stream audio from your phone to a Windows with larger speakers. Note: streaming functionality in the free version is available for 5 minute only. * Adjust brightness, contrast, saturation, and more even during playback. * Make the sound perfect for your ears with a 10-band equalizer. Choose one of existing presets or create your own unique sound. * Make a screenshot of any moment or make the entire video a series of pictures with adjustable interval. * Select the output device for audio. * Transmit AC-3/DTS through S/PDIF. * A couple of other convenient playback possibilities: Select the language for the sound and subtitles; Flip, rotate and mirror the video; Loop any part of a video or audio file continuously.

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    Software Installation Requirements


    PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

    Compactible OS list:
    1. Windows 11
    2. Windows 10
    3. Windows 8.1
    4. Windows 7
    5. Windows Vista

    Requirements for MacOS Installation

    Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

    Compactible OS list:
    1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
    7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)

    FAQs


    Elmedia Video Player - Is it safe to download?

    Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

    Software Reviews and Critisims


    • By JoenSF
      2

      INITIALLY I THOUGHT this a great Video Veiwing App CONSTANT NAG TO RESOTRE PURCHASE FROM App Store

      I initially really liked this video player, because it plays so many different formats that other palyers like won’t like QuickTime won’t. But, THIS APP HAS AN INCREDIBLY ANNOYING TRAIT, if you go premium and buy the PRO version of the app…then everytime you launch the app you ARE REQUIRED TO RESTORE TEH PRO APP FROM THE App Store, Everytime, without fail. I can’t stand it anymore. It’s been happeneing for at least a YEAR and no fix yet. Why can IT REMEMBER that I’ve been a paying customer for YEARS. It’s so annoying, that I avoid using this app if at all possible. It’s totally worse than the upgrade nag screen on the free version. DUMB, DUMB, DUMB move on the developer’s part to require CONSTANT RESTORING OF PURCHASE from App Store. Ultimately, I can’t favorably endorse an app that is so annoying, that I avoid it like the plague. Who need that, there’s plenty of video players that don’t do that. Is the security of the app so important that you have to make it extremely annoying to use on every sinlge launch by requiring RESTORE PURCHASE. NOT FOR ME!


    • By Wizbang Trainer
      1

      It was a good player, but lack of support has left it an invalid

      This app (originally downloaded from the app store) then downloaded from the website because it was updated more frequently used to be a very decent player. Unfortunately, lack of timely support of their products has left the app working sporatically for the majority of the time and the key features of being able to download from streaming sites virtually non-existant. Now trying to play a blu-ray disc because I have a 27" monitor and it seems a waste to have a 2nd screen taking up space for a TV. I've been watching DVD's on my computer without issue but with more content being blu-ray I bought a disc that had both. The blu ray shows a "flash" of the initial disc screen then disappears. It makes sense now that I see that others are having issues playing BluRay discs. Hopefully the dev will figure out in less than 6 months where the bug is and fix it instead of referring to their FAQ's which repeat all of the steps already taken.


    • By Kvh45213
      3

      Playlist?

      I'll change his rating if I'm missing something. But When creating movie playlists and it appears playlists can only be played alphabetically by file name. This all comes down to files are in folders, folders are on drives, drives are on computers. A simple playlist would play files in the order they were added one file at a time. if selecting, opening, playing, adding more than one file simultaneously? Or choosing to play an entire folder, by default the player should play the files in the same order the folder is sorted. If your goal is to have two button playlists save and delete, no editing / sorting tools? match the folder sorting. if selected folder is sorted, logic would dictate Match the folder sorting when created.


    • By RyanBlanco
      4

      A good go-to player

      This player is really good -- it reminds me of VLC in a lot of ways... but its free version is nearly perfect. It has everything you need in order to enjoy your media. And the key commands (or "smart keys") are familiar and sensible. it was so good, i eventually paid for the full version! i gave it 4 stars because i feel that 5 stars is a perfect score, and not very many things are perfect. I can't remember the things about this app that aren't perfect, or to my precise liking, so… They're unimportant details, I guess. Anyway, great app. You should get it. Pay for the full version, if you're not broke.


    • By some other guy II 2 adjunct
      4

      Superior, but...

      Finally, a media player without some completely incapacitating glaring gross functional shortcoming. (Why has there never been another in the Microsoft store?) This one i just might subscribe lifetime. One small but hobbling issue, though : there appears to be no way to add tracks/titles to the playlist, for subsequent rearrangement, without interrupting the currently-playing track and beginning immediate playback of the first track being added — Most embarrassing when trying to build a playlist realtime at 165 decibels...


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