Starbuck Freeplayer is one of the most popular web media player, video and audio media player that you can download straight to your computer. Once it has been downloaded, you will be able to upload just about any file that you like and play it directly on this program. This program is far superior to many others because of the quality that is associated with it.
It is based on many other media players, but there have been many new features added to it to make it far better than anything else you may have used in the past. For anyone who is familiar with other media players, you are going to want to find a good quality option that offers different features than one would normally find. With Starbuck Freeplayer, you will be able to play any and all of your media files in an easy location that is convenient for you all the time. You will simply open this particular program, and you can play all of your videos and audio on it in high-quality definition.
Starbuck’s FreePlayer a simple and complete audio/video player based on the powerful MPlayer project. FreePlayer is gratis (free of charge) and its code is open-source. Starbuck’s FreePlayer runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platforms:
- play audio and video files (Xvid/DivX, H.264, MKV, WebM, MPEG-2, FLV, MP4, WMV, AC-3, AAC, DTS, MP3…),
- play DVD (menu navigation) and Bluray discs, ISOs and folders,
- play files from the network, using the HTTP, FTP, MMS or RTSP/RTP protocol,
- play external subtitle files (supports non-Western fonts),
- browse the internet to play media (Youtube, Dailymotion, Music Addict, CBS News, Fox News, Lego City …),
- save network medias to local disk.
Exclusive video web browser
Not just a MPlayer GUI, FreePlayer includes a full-featured video web browser and it can save audio and video network streams to your local filesystem. You navigates the video web browser à la Chromium and it detects embedded video or audio streams and load them into the player like any local file. You may want to avoid low Internet connection issues or archive the network media, then Startbuck’s FreePlayer rips the network media to your local file system.
The power of MPlayer
Running MPlayer and MPlayer2 as backend, Starbuck’s FreePlayer is fast and powerful. Another great feature of MPlayer is the wide range of supported output drivers (X11, Xv, DGA, OpenGL, SVGAlib, fbdev, AAlib, DirectFB, GGI, SDL, VESA). Most of them support software or hardware scaling, so you can enjoy movies in fullscreen.
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