With so many video formats used today, you can never be sure that the video file you are copying from your friend’s computer or downloading from the web will be opened by your system without a hitch. This is exactly why experienced users prefer having a single video player capable of opening and playing any files, no matter what codec was used for encoding their content. If you have also been looking for such a video player, it would be unforgettable to overlook BS.Player 2.56!
BS.Player 2.56 is an award-winning video player installed on over 70 million computers worldwide and translated to over 90 world languages. The software has modest system requirements and can be efficiently used on rather slow systems. The authors of the program made their best to make the program a perfect choice for watching movies in foreign languages with subtitles, so this aspect of the program is extremely intuitive and easy to use. The player does not require any codecs to be installed and allows you to focus on the movie you are trying to watch instead of taking care of the playback process. Not only does BS.Player 2.56 play video files in different formats, but also enables you to create media libraries that greatly facilitate file management.
If you need a reliable, compact and easy-to-use video player that will play 99.99% of all video files on this planet, choose nothing but BS.Player 2.56 — 70 million happy users just couldn’t go wrong!
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