It's full-featured MEDIA player - FREE AVS DVD Player. Watch DVDs, video and hear your favourite audio, customize aspect ratio for high quality video, set various presets for multichannel audio, apply audio visualization or new skins and even more!
AVS Video Converter 4.3 It's a low cost, easy to use yet full featured video converter that does it's job well and adds some worthy features, like capturing, DVD ripping & burning, video editing. A few clicks, fast, high quality video conversion to or from most any format.
AVS Audio Utilities 2.4 AVS Audio Utilities is a set of easy-to-use audio production and editing tools that offers a variety of audio creating, editing, mixing, and effects processing capabilities. Also it gives an easy way to rip and burn audio and MP3 CDs.
Description: Free software DVD Player. Play movie DVDs, video & audio files right on your computer with FREE AVS DVD Player. AVS DVD Player is a compact and easy-to-use program that has a simple user-friendly interface allowing you to start watching DVD movies with no additional software.
It's full-featured MEDIA player. Watch DVDs, video and listen to your favourite audio, customize aspect ratio for high quality video - select 16:9, 3:4 or apply your own original, unique settings, set various presets for multichannel audio, apply audio visualization or new skins for more enjoyable movie watching, create your own .pls or .m3u playlists and even more!
One more pleasant thing about it - it is absolutely FREE!
No trial periods, no feature limitations, no watermarks.
Ace Media Player 2.8.398 Ace Media Player adheres to the K.I.S.S philosophy - Keep it simple, stupid. No mind-boggling menus here, yet it's powerful enough to support all popular media formats with a clean
MondoPlayer 220.127.116.11 Watch the latest News Clips, Sports Highlights and Music Videos in a continuous stream. Automatically receive up to the minute video as it is published to the web. Aggregated
Where's That Windows Media Player Update? Microsoft's inability to ship a timely update for Windows Media Player 9 Series users triggers questions about the software giant's handling of a legitimate security threat.