UMPlayer

UMPlayer Version 0.98 Free

An advanced and easy to use media player

If you're a tad more sophisticated than your average 82 year old grandmother who had just picked up surfing the web two weeks ago and who still set traps in her PC's vicinity to capture that mouse everybody is talking about, you are probably aware of the fact that there is an abundance of media players just a few clicks away, each presenting its own advantages and each playing down its shortcomings.
One of the better media players available is UMPlayer. It's most outstanding advantage is its unique ability to play damaged files. Of course, playing these files might sound like a conversation held through a cell phone when the other side is somewhere in the Mojave desert, with practically no cell phone reception.
UMPlayer comes with a great assortment of codecs built into it, featuring a smoother media experience. It can play CDs, (S)VCD, DVD, music from radio and TV cards, YouTube and SHOUTcast streaming and even damaged or incomplete media files.
Additional features complete the media experience, such as a customizable interface, built in subtitles search options, subtitles synchronization, quality and speed enhancing filter, and a YouTube player and recorder.
Publishers had kept the interface simple and intuitive to use and the player itself is compatible with Windows, Mac OS/X and GNU/Linux operating systems.
Its built in codecs allow it to handle almost any media file available including formats such as AAC, AC3, ASF, AVI, DIVX, FLV, H.263, Matroska, MOV, MP3, MP4, MPEG, OGG, QT, RealMedia, VOB, Vorbis, WAV, WMA, WMV, XVID, RealMedia and more.
Based on open source technology, users around the world continue improving the player and enhancing other users' media experience.
Users come first