Elecard MPEG Player
Requires: MMX-enhanced CPU (Intel Pentium III, Celeron, AMD Athlon, Opteron etc.) 128 MB RAM Any VGA card About 15 MB of free disk space
|Features: High definition video playback/decoding Real-time, high resolution video playback at D1 720x480 at 30fps for NTSC and 720x576 at 25fps for PAL playback on Pentium II 450 MHz with DirectX Compatible video card supporting YUV overlay Displays correct aspect ratio Full screen mode Video frame capturing (pixel-by-pixel, aspect ratio or user defined) DirectShow and ActiveMovie compliance Audio MPEG-1 Layer (I, II, III) Audio MPEG-2 Play list function and play list merging feature Sound control Brightness control Deinterlace vertical filter Deinterlace field interpolation Play list merging feature Post-processing deblocking Double precision IDCT Decode quarter resolution for preview mode Search forward and Search backward options ? provide the ability to look through a movie by step. You can define step size by time (1, 2, 5, 10, 15 and 30 seconds) or by frame Quarter resolution playback Sequence and system header information Graph preview and ability to set filter properties Playback of any well-known and widespread multimedia format such as: AVI, WAV, MP3, MOV Opens URL for playback GOP-accurate MPEG-2 Trimming using re-multiplexing procedure Playback can be started in full screen mode at startup and this mode is switched off after movie ends|
Review: Elecard MPEG Player is a software that can play many video file formats including WMV, MPEG, AVI, ASF, MOV and MP4, and playlists (for example, M3U). The user interface of this program is clear and simple. You can add files to the player (ie create playlists) using the file browser or drag and drop. So, you can switch to full screen mode, adjust the volume, pause, resume and stop the video, navigate to the forward masking in the film, open source file and select subtitle, audio and video streams. You can also toggle the display list and create bookmarks, view historical records, see the flow of information (eg, statistics, parameters), grab the current frame and save it to a file, and configure advanced settings (eg set speed, see graph). In the Settings menu, you can disable the implementation of the program in some circumstances, allow to reduce to tray, set file associations, change keyboard shortcuts, select different skins for the interface settings, set playback, video decoder and support, making the white list and black list to filter, reset to default settings, and more. This software uses a moderate amount of system resources and we haven encounter any problems during our tests. However, there is no help file available. However, Elecard MPEG Player is easy to use and recommend you try it for yourself.