|Category||Audio, Video & Photo|
Zoom Player can play most audio and video formats. It is lightweight, fast, and portable.
This is partly because setup programs install more components than the player. You can also get and install components such as FFDShow and Haali's Media Splitter. If you have had issues with Zoom Player or similar programs, you can choose to create a customized installation. You can then choose the components that you want to install and those you don't.
Zoom Player can play all audio and video formats, including H.264, DIVX and QuickTime. It also supports H.264, H.264, DIVX and DVDs. It can also play files locked by other programs, such as incomplete AVI files.
It is easy to navigate each file and move between individual tracks or DVD chapters using a familiar interface.
You also have extensive playlist support, a Playback History which lists all files played in recent times; a Chapter Editor that allows you to save locations in media files (e.g. the most important parts of a video) and then return to those files in one click; as well as many other helpful features.
Zoom Player also comes in Pro and Max editions. These versions include many additional features such as integrated eMule/uTorrent tracker to Blu-ray playback and extensive command line support. They also offer HTML/ Flash/ QuickTime interaction, Windows Media DRM support and more. You can learn more about the and prices starting at $39.95.
An unusually lightweight and feature-packed media player that is capable of handling all kinds of multimedia tasks