|Name||Elmedia Player Pro 6.5.2|
|Created on||2016-05-25 00:23:21|
|Files||Elmedia Player 6.5.2/Elmedia Player 6.5.2 [TNT].dmg (36.05 MB)|
Elmedia Player 6.5.2/K’ed.txt (0.19 kB)
Name: Elmedia Player for Mac
Release Date: 27 Apr 2016
OS version:OS X 10.7 or later
Thanks to T.N.T.
Web Site: http://mac.eltima.com/media-player.html
Elmedia Player is a free media player for Mac that supports various video and audio formats, including FLV, SWF, MP4, AVI, MOV, MP4, DAT, MP3, etc. The app features built-in web browser that allows you to watch online videos directly from the app, while Open URL lets you to do it without noisy ads. There is plenty Elmedia offers to enhance your viewing experience: 10-band equalizer to shape your audio tone, video tuner to make your videos better, video aspect ratio change to fit image into screen, optimize your video viewing by adjusting playback speed, A-B loop to repeat a video segment playback, on-screen display for actions such as pausing playback, flipping, rotating images.
Add hardware accelerated decoding to the list -- it can significantly unload the processor, helps avoiding video slowdown, helps with sound to video sync, etc. Elmedia can play video in full screen mode or pin player window on top of other running apps so you do not miss a moment of a movie. The player has its own volume control, enables you to edit subtitles, and more
Elmedia Player is also available as a PRO edition. For $19.95 it offers:
・downloading videos from the Internet, including videos broadcast over RTMP and videos embedded via HTML5
・making screenshots of your favorite moments
・adjusting audio in various ways
・choosing output devices for video and audio
・saving Projector EXE files as SWF
・AirPlay supportPlease, note that this version of Elmedia Player does not support downloading videos from YouTube. To be able to download YouTube videos, please get the special build from the developer's website, then upgrade it to Elmedia Player PRO.
What's New in Version 6.5.2:
・[Fixed] Addresses a critical bug that could lead to random crashes