A Free and Capable DVD Player for Windows
- Quick to launch
- Runs smooth and fast
- Doesn’t consumer too much CPU power
- Installer is customizable
- Doesn’t natively support all types of media files
- Optional bloatware could slow your computer down
- Online movies may not load at times
- Support is limited
Installing and Setting It Up
The procedure to set up the tool is brief, and which includes all components, such as OpenSubtitles.org, remote controller, and Catzilla, a benchmarking tool. Moreover, the tool uses already installed or existing codecs to play your favorite movies. In the following stages, you can choose the UI layout of your choice. During startup, the tool lets you turn smart subtitles on. These are called “smart” because they intelligently alter the time the subtitles show up so that they match your reading speed. Not to mention, the interface is minimalistic and comfortable to use. Standard controls are at the bottom, which let you pause, stop and resume videos.
Plays Videos Quickly
After you install the ALLPlayer software, you can start playing DVD videos within seconds. Compared to most DVD players, ALLPlayer gets to the task quickly. While playing video in full screen, it would use less than 10 percent of your computer’s remaining CPU power. This means you can use ALLPlayer and simultaneously browse the web without experiencing any stutter or slow down. The base version can read DVDs, MPEG-4s, WMVs, and also RealVideo files. If you want to play more video file types, you would have to download additional plugins.