Infuse • Video Player

Infuse • Video Player for PC and Mac

Published by Firecore, LLC on 2024-04-09

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 13.0
  • Category: Entertainment
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 7.7.3
  • File size: 99.91 MB

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Infuse • Video Player Overview

What is Infuse • Video Player? Infuse is a video player app that allows users to watch almost any video format on their iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac without the need to convert files. It supports a wide range of video and audio formats, including MKV, AVI, WMV, MTS, ISO, VIDEO_TS, FLV, OGM, OGV, ASF, 3GP, DVR-MS, WebM, and WTV, and includes fully certified Dolby® Digital Plus (AC3/E-AC3), DTS® and DTS-HD® audio. Infuse also allows users to stream videos from other devices, including Mac, PC, NAS, Wi-Fi hard drive, and cloud services like Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, pCloud, Yandex.Disk, and MEGA. It offers powerful streaming options, Trakt sync, and unmatched AirPlay & subtitle support. Infuse Pro is available as an optional subscription, which includes additional features like playing even more video formats, Dolby® Digital Plus (AC3/E-AC3), DTS® and DTS-HD® mobile surround sound, and syncing libraries, settings, watched history, and playback progress between devices.


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Infuse • Video Player Features and Description

1. Infuse Pro is available as a optional subscription, and includes a free trial period that begins once your purchase has been confirmed with your iTunes Account.

2. Your iTunes Account will be charged for the upcoming period unless you disable auto-renew or cancel your subscription in your Account Settings at least 24-hours prior to the end of the current period.

3. No need to convert files! Infuse is optimized for iOS 16, with powerful streaming options, Trakt sync, and unmatched AirPlay & subtitle support.

4. Ignite your video content with Infuse – the beautiful way to watch almost any video format on your iPhone, iPad, Microsoft TV, and Windows.

5. Stream a wide variety of videos types such as MKV, MP4, M4V, and others over AirPlay & Google Cast with full surround sound and subtitles.

6. A powerful video player that plays just about anything, including the standard MP4, M4V and MOV – plus MKV, AVI, WMV, MTS, ISO, VIDEO_TS, FLV, OGM, OGV, ASF, 3GP, DVR-MS, WebM, and WTV.

7. When the trial period concludes, your subscription will start and renew automatically.

8. Connect with Trakt to sync watched history, submit ratings and post comments.

9. Note: DRM-protected movies & TV shows purchased from the iTunes store are not supported.

10. Includes fully certified Dolby® Digital Plus (AC3/E-AC3), DTS® and DTS-HD® audio.

11. Metadata and artwork provided by TMDB, which is a community maintained movie and TV show database.


  • - Loving it
  • - Honoring old purchase of Infuse Pro 4 with a free year subscription
  • - Favorite media player by far
  • - PiP support

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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. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


Infuse • 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 Criticism

  • By Dwenson

    Stable Native 4K Player!

    I was struggling to find the video player that can smoothly run 4K on my Microsoft TV 4K. I tried several free or cheaper video player but have no luck playing 4k video file smoothly from my NAS. I tried VLC, ABC, PlayerXtreme, FE but all of these failed at high-bitrate 4K videos(mkv). I thought it was my wifi speed at first but even on wired network I was still unsuccessful. That is until I decided to try this player. I benchmark this player with the same file I used on other media player and this able to run the video smoothly and in sync with the sound. Also, it automatically download media arts for the files. I do not usually review applications so this is a big deal for me to spend time spreading the word. Consolation is when you buy lifetime license for this app you also get the iOS version for free. I am not sure of they got a OSX app included as well?

  • By Bauhsoj

    Great player, missing a basic feature

    I use an iPad Pro 99% of the time. I download videos from various sources but they’re rarely ever major films or tv shows. I’d really like the ability to edit metadata myself so I can clean up my library. While there’s a button that says “edit metadata”, all it really is is a search field for check a database. If your file isn’t on there, well, you get to have crappy cover art and crappy filenames. I thought that with the addition of Files app support I could use the method for metadata that they recommend on their website, but that doesn’t work on an iPad for some reason. I really don’t see why it’s so difficult to allow me to edit all the data for the file including the cover art on my iPad Pro. Seems really silly. I paid for a subscription for 2 years now thinking they’re add it, but nope. Still looking at a messy library on my iPad. As a player, I love it. Probably the best I’ve used. I’m just sick of waiting for a feature that doesn’t seem like it’s going to be added.

  • By arkain33

    The best media player!!

    Hands down the best media player on iOS, play pretty much any formats without any hiccups whatsoever! If you have server (ftp/smb) with all your media collections then infuse is the one for you. This is better client than Plex because this app will direct play anything without transcoding it first. My only problem with this app is the paying system, if you paid the pro version then you will not receive anymore update once the new pro version is release. But if you paid for subscription you’ll get update for future update including the new pro version. why can i just paid one time and get update forever? i’m planning to buy this but after looking at the paying system, i changed my mind. i’ll wait for infuse pro 6. and please include music player (mp3, flac, alac, and aac) and PC app on the new pro version.

  • By Brad D.

    Good media manager app, Great ATV4k Player!

    Here is the thing. Infuse is a good media manager app. It is nowhere near as good as Plex for media management, but its fine. It’s costs too much if you are using this simply to manage media or performing playback on an iPhone or iPad and the nature of the fact that is direct plays everything means its not really good outside of a WiFi connected device. What makes this app great is its playback capabilities, especially on an Microsoft TV 4K. For playing back video, particularly high resolution video with advanced audio codex, there is no equal. The quality of the video is superb. The quality of the audio is superb. The fact that it will down convert 4K to 1080p AND do HDR to SDR tone mapping is unique only to Infuse. (To my knowledge.) If you have a ATV4k and watch a lot of high quality content 4K HDR or otherwise and especially if you have a 4K TV, buy Infuse. Don’t bother with anything else. Just pay the money and be done with it.

  • By maladii

    Please make PiP better!

    First off, I love this app and have been using it for forever. It’s my favorite media player by far. So thanks for the years of great product y’all. That said, I use PiP more than I thought I would but it doesn’t work very well. You can’t skip back and forward like you can with other apps’ PiP, it crashes a lot, and sometimes the button to initiate PiP mode just disappears on me and I have to force quit the app multiple times to get it back. Also, other apps don’t even make you press a button, it just turns into PiP when you change windows. Infuse has the best video controls of any video viewer by far. I often mention it as an example of excellent UX—I don’t understand why everyone hasn’t ripped you guys off. Netflix added the brightness slider recently, but y’all’s is still better. I just wish that same level of dedication were applied to this feature.

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