A Player that Can Load Various Types of Multimedia Files, Namely Video Content (DXV included), Individual Images, or Picture Slideshows

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Designed to accompany the other Resolume products as a dedicated multimedia player, Resolume Alley provides compatibility with a wide range of video, audio, and image files. In other words, it is a versatile player that can load different media content.

A simplistic interface and drag and drop support

As you would expect from an application of its kind, Resolume Alley is not difficult to work with. In fact, its developers adopted a simplistic approach for the interface and all the controls so that anyone can feel comfortable using it.

Upon launch, the player displays nothing more than a black window instructing you to load video or graphic content. For your convenience, drag and drop works, but you can also use the dedicated button to open files.

Build your playlist and load media files in the player

Resolume Alley displays your playlist containing not just the name of the files, but also key information about their configuration (e.g., the FPS rate for videos, the frequency for audio, etc.), their type and size. Moreover, each video features a small preview to help you take a peek at its content.

The player is simple and features basic control options. You can play and pause it, jump back and forth throughout the playing file, or activate looping. Resolume Alley can load the content in window mode or in fullscreen. Convenient shortcut keys are predefined for all the commands.

A modern-looking and minimalistic media player fit for everyone

Resolume Alley does not bring something new to the table, but it features an eye-pleasing interface and support for various types of files, including DXV videos. Its simple options and the easy to use player make it suitable for everyone, regardless of their experience. Perhaps a more extended set of customization options would make it become more appealing to potential users.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Resolume Alley and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂