PotPlayer is a Powerful Media Player which is based on the much loved KMPlayer and was created by the same team. This free media player plays any video and audio format imaginable and can optimize them for the output device of your choice.
Features of this Powerful Media Player:
- It is an incredibly powerful media player with built-in editing and optimization tools, a screen recorder, and support for the latest video technologies.
- It provides the maximum performance with the minimum resource using DXVA, CUDA, Quick Sync. No need to install different codecs all the time when using the player.
- Supports OpenCodec so users can easily add whatever codecs they want.
- Smooth, seamless video play. Choose which one when you have 2 sound cards. Preview the scene with snapshots.
- You can bookmark your favorite scene or chapter. It supports Direct3D9 Ex Flip Mode and Overlay.
- Supports various devices such as DVD, TV, HDTV.S
- Supports various types of 3D glasses so you can get the 3D experience anytime you want using your 3DTV or PC.
- Various output format (Side by Side, Top and Bottom, Page Flipping) supported.
- Text subtitles(SMI & SRT), DVD(Vobsub) and Blu-ray subtitles, ASS/SSA animation and SMI Ruby tags, etc.
Despite its clean, minimalist styling, PotPlayer contains everything you need for enjoying music and videos. In addition to the media player itself, it includes a screen recorder (with live streaming), TV receiver, and a video editor.
PotPlayer can handle files from local storage, URLs and FTP servers, analog and digital TV, DVDs and Blu-rays – all with playback optimized to suit your preferred output device. You can download and sync subtitles using PotPlayer, add your own manually, and customize their appearance. The choice is yours.
PotPlayer’s video editor lets you blur or sharpen the image, adjust levels, rotate, mirror, warp and reduce noise to ensure your videos look as good as possible. There’s also support for 360-degree and 3D video, so you can fully immerse yourself in the action.
We at appsformypc have tested and used PotPlayer and it worked pretty smoothly