Good Paid Video Players?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by firzen771, Jan 14, 2011.

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  1. firzen771

    firzen771 Registered Member

    what do u guys think are the best paid video players, a lot of people discuss the free players so ive already tried out most out there, now im wondering what paid players u guys know of or use?

    ive tried VLC, MPC, KMP, SPlayer, and Splash Pro, im really liking Splash Pro, but i cant seem to find any resizing option like in other players where u can zoom like 50%, or 100%, or 200% for example, anyone know if that is possible with it?
  2. Kernelwars

    Kernelwars Registered Member

    Did you try cyberlink power dvd..? I think it will meet your requirements:eek:
  3. zfactor

    zfactor Registered Member

    agreed for a paid product cyberlink is pretty nice. though i dont see the need for a paid one imo
  4. guest

    guest Guest

    Another go for the expensive Cyberlink PowerDVD... can't really think of any better 'video player'. Look at those features:

    But, for the sake of a complete and smooth experience, make sure your hardware meets/exceeds their requirements before installing the all-powerful Ultra 3D version:

    As for your question of video resizing, the free VLC media player (my choice) has this feature:
  5. Boyfriend

    Boyfriend Registered Member

    CyberLink PowerDVD 10 Ultra is the best-paid player. I am using it since its release and find it complete and smooth.

    For freeware choices, MPC-HC is the best choice. For video resizing in it, you can also use Num Pad keys (4, 6, 8, 2). In settings, you can predefine default zoom level.
  6. firzen771

    firzen771 Registered Member

    not interested in cyberlink, their player is way to bloated
  7. DOSawaits

    DOSawaits Registered Member

    Zoom Player was a good player some couple of years ago, but I think it's a little abandoned lately.
    ...but I really don"t know why you would go payware, while most free alternatives are better over the whole line.
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2011
  8. firzen771

    firzen771 Registered Member

    mostly out of curiousity of whats out there
  9. funkydude

    funkydude Registered Member

    You won't find much. What can compete against brilliant free software like VLC?
  10. pajenn

    pajenn Registered Member

    In terms of paid players, I've used Splash Pro, Zoom Player FLEX and BS.Player. They are all excellent players, and at least the former two were able to play some very large MKV-videos that free players failed to play on my laptop. BS.Player is the latest commercial alternative I'm trying because I read excellent reviews of it. Upon first glance, the feature that sets it apart from the others is that upon starting a video it contacts a number of subtitle sites and offers to download them if a match is found.
  11. PaulBB

    PaulBB Registered Member

    UMPlayer Universal Multimedia Player is a great free and open source alternative to VideoLan and others. Simply you can't find something better at the moment.

  12. BG

    BG Registered Member

  13. ruinebabine

    ruinebabine Registered Member

    Seems to be a good player but, unfortunately, it cannot play MKV files.
  14. Noob

    Noob Registered Member

    JetAudio Player :thumb:
    One of the bests, LOTS of features, LOTS of formats for a LOW price compared to others and LIFE time license :thumb: :D
  15. ruinebabine

    ruinebabine Registered Member

    +1 :thumb:

    Even if kinda bloated, it will always do its magic on any given media files!
  16. PaulBB

    PaulBB Registered Member


    Strange, no problems here with MKV files (Win 7 HP).
  17. TairikuOkami

    TairikuOkami Registered Member

  18. firzen771

    firzen771 Registered Member

    mainly why im really not interested in VLC is that the video quality is kinda sub par to other free players, SPlayer so far has had the best video quality out of the free players ive tried (KMP, VLC, MPC) so im trying to compare what the paid players can offer in video quality.

    Splah Pro that ive tried while nice, has limited features and the quality is still worse than SPlayer
  19. firzen771

    firzen771 Registered Member

    not a paid player, but i have a question bout PotPlayer, whats the diff between the x86 and the x64 versions it offers? are ther any advantages of using the x64 version, or disadvantages?
  20. Noob

    Noob Registered Member

    Yeah, lots of feature but it's good because it doesn't starts any service or background processes :D
    I like that it's like an all in 1, i convert music, rip, burn cds and convert videos through it for my media player :thumb:
  21. acr1965

    acr1965 Registered Member

  22. Narxis

    Narxis Registered Member

    BSplayer Pro

    Automatically downloads and updates the codecs that you might need and automatically searches and downloads subtitles for ur language.
  23. PJC

    PJC Very Frequent Poster

    +1 for CyberLink PowerDVD. :thumb:
  24. ruinebabine

    ruinebabine Registered Member

    I should have state that I did not try to play one, but I read somewhere on their site or forum that it couldn't. Could be that it was said so about a prior release...
  25. tobacco

    tobacco Frequent Poster

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