Is there a player sofware can play almost all the media formats?


I don't like to switch from one media player to another, I need a really power one

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Christopher Nerney
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Here's a list of files that VLC can play...

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I use VLC to play pretty much everything,  It's open source and available for most OSes, including Windows, Mac OS, GNU/Linux, Android, and Solaris.  It's free, but you can donate if you like the player, which you probably will.

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VLC is definitely the way to go, it's awesome.

"Simple, fast and powerful media player.

Plays everything: Files, Discs, Webcams, Devices and Streams.

Plays most codecs with no codec packs needed:
MPEG-2, DivX, H.264, MKV, WebM, WMV, MP3...

Runs on all platforms: Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, Unix...

Completely Free, 0 spyware, 0 ads and no user tracking.

Can do media conversion and streaming. "

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VLC player is always the best choice. But it can not play well with the Blu-ray movies. So you can choose some Blu-ray player software like Macgo Blu-ray player, etc.

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As so many people mentioned VLC, I admit it is really a good and free player for most media formats. But when it comes to Blu-ray, the effect becomes a little weaker. 

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Yes, there is. Macgo Mac Blu-ray player is the world's first and best Blu-ray player software for both and PC, at the same time, it is also a powerful and multifunctional media player that could support almost all the media formats.

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ireal blu-ray software is a great one and it is upgrading all the time so it can meet your needs.

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Here I want to make it clear we do have some other choice though VLC is a good player tool for us. As many of you, I also tried this but its Blu-ray capability let me down so I have to turn to others.

Meilin Dai
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As far as I know, the VLC player can play almost all the popular formats, you can see the details here

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In fact, you can only find a media player which can support most of the formats but not all the formats. A powerful one should support different videos like Blu-ray, dvd, hd videos and other videos, from my point of view.



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In fact, you need a reliable and versatile player to achieve that purpose; I recommend  Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player which is the first and licensed Blu-ray player on Mac and PC in the world. It plays all media formats including Blu-ray files/folders/iso files, mp4,mkv,mov,avi,mpeg,etc. Almost all formats are supported and now, it offers aoto update and auto start;plus, a new year sale is going on, so  grab the chance and give it a go then you'll know.


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