MKPlayer - MKV & Media Player

MKPlayer - MKV & Media Player for PC and Mac

Published by Rocky Sand Studio Ltd. on 2024-02-23

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.10
  • Category: Video
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 1.6.2
  • File size: 56.55 MB

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MKPlayer Overview

What is MKPlayer? MKPlayer is a media player that offers unique features for watching videos and listening to music. It allows users to play movies on their TV with a simple click, has a Safari Extension to easily open videos found on websites, and supports AirPlay for compatible video formats. The player can stay on top of all windows and has a responsive control panel layout. Users can watch video files with alternate audio tracks and multilingual subtitles, add custom subtitles, and configure video adjustment parameters. Pro features include watching movies on a smart TV and listening to any audio file on a smart TV, which can be unlocked with an in-app purchase. The Safari Extension allows users to open videos and audio files found on any website with MKPlayer. The player is optimized to play media container files, such as MKV with multiple audio tracks and subtitles, and allows users to easily select their preferred audio and subtitle tracks and adjust video parameters such as brightness, contrast, and saturation.


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MKPlayer - MKV & Media Player Features and Description

1. Click on the Toolbar button to see the list of videos and audio files found on any website and open them with MKPlayer.

2. MKPlayer is optimised to play media container files, such as MKV with more than one audio track and several subtitles.

3. Quickly adjust several parameters of your currently playing video such as brightness, contrast, saturation and more.

4. - Easily watch movies on the big screen of your smart TV.


  • - Made a video look amazing
  • - Easy to use
  • - Plays nearly all formats
  • - Doesn't overcontrast the content
  • - Gives you the option of micro adjustments

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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


MKPlayer - MKV & Media 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 Semper Pickle

    Support Unavailable - Cannot Control TV Playback

    MKPlayer was purchased to allow us to stream files to an LG TV. Being able to test the app was a nice feature before comitting to purchase. The app was purchased once we coudl sucessfully steam to the TV. It appears this is using the Miracast feature, similat to AirPlay, to acomplish this. Once we started streaming the move we learned 2 flaws. 1. I am unable to move backward or forward in the file being played. This does not work within the app on the computer nor does it work using the remote or on-screen controls on the TV. Inability to fast forward or rewind is a huge omission and it should be noted by the company before they allow th app to be purchased. 2. The second problem is that you cannot contac the comapny for support. Using the Support, Help or Report a Problem choices in the app takes you to the same FAW page on their site. The FAQ directs you to use the in-app options for support if the FAQ cannot answer your question. This is cruel joke to play on a inflexbile dude who just need to get a yoga video cued to the right spot so his girlfiend can laugh at him. The app business model of selling half baked programs, preventing access to actual support and hiding it all behind the impersonal app store is a complete crock. We all desereve better.

  • By Dtarvin

    It's okay...

    Yes, it plays videos. But I do have a few issues with it. First, it is difficult to go backward and forward through a video. Second, if you have the video full screen and you go to reduce it from full screen (not minimize, just go to a smaller size) the video shuts off. Then you have to open it again and try to find your place, because it starts over. Also, the same thing happens sometimes when you bring another app to the forefront. It doesn't always happen, it's inconsistant. I hope the company making the app sees this review and is able to address these issues.

  • By Nurburgring 2019

    Nurburgring lap videos

    I brought home some videos of laps I did at the Nurburgring that were captured by a series of cameras mounted inside and outside of the car. Downloaded the application from the App Store and opened the videos and played them. Simple as that, worked flawlessly on my Windows. I love simple to load and use apps. This is winner.

  • By betrager

    Pretty good, but playback sometimes balky

    It works generally quite well. A couple of minor issues: 1. Sometimes when opening multiple files at once, not all of the files open. Or, sometimes, a file will open but not display the video content, only a black window. 2. When skipping around in a movie file by dragging or clicking to relocate the thumb, the movie sometimes lags for several seconds before updating. Since I use it a lot to check on the timing of captions, meaning I jump back and forth 10 to 20 seconds, this is not ideal.

  • By jim_371

    Does what I want it to, but... caused my PC to freeze up. I guess there's a first time for everything. My 2014 MBA hasn't frozen up until today. I opened App Store to look for some crossword games, and looked at the reviews for one. When I tried to expand one, everything froze. I tried all of the standard remedies: Command-Q, Command-Option-Esc, holding down the power button and clicking Shut down when prompted...nothing workked...until a few minutes had passed, then a dialogue box appeared, asking me to rate MX Player. This box didn't look like PC. I closed it, and everything unfroze. I restarted my Windows--and here I am. I installed MX because I wanted something that would open old .wmv files without having to convert them. It does that. But I find the prompts to rate your app annoying. And in this case, I would rate it as more than just annoying.

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