There can't be many people on this planet who have never watched a video or listened to a song on a computer. Chances are you've used one of the popular media players such as iTunes, Winamp or Windows Media Player, but have you ever stopped to think there might be some more interesting ways to play back movies or audio?
If you're yearning for something a little bit different then you might find that XULPlayer fits the bill.
It's a little different to the rest of the bog-standard players out there and boasts a number of very interesting features. Besides all the normal playback functions, it includes several simple editing tools for changing the appearance, colour and rotating the image.Another great concept incorporated into XULPlayer is the ability to have dual-video, allowing you to play two audio files or DVDs simultaneously and cross-fade them.
It's a pretty slick interface and many of the useful features such as the subtitle options and video screenshotting are available with a single click of an icon.
The app has a few little bugs that need ironing out but I'm sure in the upcoming updates these will be addressed.Even now, XULPlayer provides a refreshingly unique alternative to those popular media players that have become household names.
- Startup subtitle size issue Installer automatically download XULRunner from Internet Some shortcut keys adjusted
XULPlayer supports the following formats
Audio: MP3, Vorbis, AAC, AAC+, AAC+v2, WMA, RealAudio, MusePack, Speex, FLAC, WavPack, WAV.
Vídeo: MPEG 1/2/4, AVI, MP4, MKV, H.264, XviD, DivX, Theora, Flash Video, WMV, ASF, RMVB (RealVideo) y MOV (QuickTime)
Image: JPEG, PNG y GIF