The software video player supports almost all formats and disks. It can make obscure video has high definition and completely eliminate alias, also supports video desktop, resume playback and intellectual bookmark.Support playback online.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Hero Photo Show 2.5 Hero Photo Show is a powerful image tool as picture viewer, image editor, picture converter or graphic organizer. It helps you view pictures with extraordinary speed, organize or share your images and photos expediently and convert 19 formats.
Description: The software video player supports almost all formats and disks, you needn't other software player to play various video files. It can make obscure video has high definition and completely eliminate alias, also supports video desktop, resume playback and intellectual bookmark.
Hero Super Player offers you the benefits of 6-channel sound experience by placing general stereo sound boxes front/back even if the original source was not encoded for 5.1 channel output. Especially, our Soft Line-Connection technology allows you to drag your mouse instead of moving sound boxes. SDTS Digital Surround Decoder allows you to process all kinds of non-SDTS digital audio, so you can enjoy all kinds of audio output combination from 2-channel to 8-channel.
The software also provides audio formats conversion between AC3, MP3 and WAV etc. including CD ripping and video conversion between MPEG4 and AVI. It support more than 131 languages and display up to 32 languages at same time.
Video to MP4 Converter 1.011 Video to MP4 Converter is a professional MPEG-4 / AVC Video Converter software which can convert all popular play-able video files, movies and DVD's to MPEG-4 / H.264 files, such
SysPlayer 220.127.116.11 SysPlayer is a free multimedia player. SysPlayer is fast and easy to use. It is an extremely lightweight audio and video player. SysPlayer's features include: playback speed
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