QQ-Player

by Tencent, Inc.

Free software to play movies, videos, and music

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Tencent, Inc.

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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QQ-Player is an easy-to-use media player that has several convenient features. It supports the most popular video formats such as ASF, AVI, WMV, RM, SWF, IFO, VOB, MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA and FLAC. The program interface is very easy to operate. You can import files for playback via the file opening dialog or simply by dragging and dropping.

Among the main options of the player you will find such operations as navigation between tracks (forward, backward), volume control and its increase up to 1000%, and video display in full-screen mode. You can create playlists and add bookmarks, use cyclic playlist playlist playlists, change the aspect ratio of the video picture, use different audio streams (for example, to watch videos in different languages), use subtitles, etc. Subtitles can be automatically uploaded if they are a separate file, and this file is also called a video file. In addition, the program can search for subtitles on the network.

Audio and video playback settings allow you to realize your preferences in the player. QQ-Player uses few computer resources, but it works quite agilely. No errors were noticed during the testing of the program. If additional codecs are required to play a particular video, the program downloads them from the network and installs them.

- converting video and audio formats, extracting audio tracks from video clips;

- the creation of images of images;

- merge several video files into one;

- splitting large files into smaller ones;

- compression of files to smaller sizes;

- Creation of animated GIF images from video.

Jayden
I had had VLC Media Player managing my video library for years before I turned to other players like MPC-HC and UMPlayer(loved that one so much!). In-between I also had(KMplayer, AIMP, Amarok, etc) and now QQ. At first I wasn't convinced of QQplayer, but one day I had a friend over and he installed it on my machine- been using it since then. My impression— I feel like the player is light on resources despite it's size(108MB). It runs smoothly and I've never had a crash on it.
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