BS.Player Pro 2.64.1073 one of the world’s most popular players
BS.Player Pro 2.64.1073 the latest version
BS.Player Pro 2.64.1073 - the best multimedia player (DivX, HD and AVC video, movie, audio, DVD, YouTube) in the world! Ever since the very beginning in the year 2000, the BS.Player™ has been one of the world’s most popular multimedia players.
It is popular for many reasons,
one however should be pointed out: BS.Player™ is the first player ever to enable its users to focus on watching the movie instead of dealing with poor computer capabilities or running around looking for a proper setting and codec.
BS.Player ™ is used by more than 70 millions of multi media users throughout the world and it has been translated into more than 90 world languages. All downloaded versions of our FREE version exceed the sum of all downloads of competitive media players and payable DivX or DVD players.
Because it does not use much of the CPU processing resources for multimedia playback it is suitable for all those who use slightly less capable computers.
Now, you can finally enjoy the playback of HD DVD and AVCHD movies of the highest quality with minimal system requirements. BS.Player Pro can playback any YouTube movie directly from the internet and save it to local disk
BS.Player Pro 2.64.1073 is a free video and media player that’s been around in several versions for some time. It’s a capable tool with lots of options and some useful specializations, such as automatically scanning your system for missing codecs and downloading and installing them. It’s got some clunkiness, though, and it displays a nag message overlay when you play videos. It’s only on the screen for a few seconds (though it seems longer) but all it does is tell you that BS.Player is free for noncommercial use.
BS.Player Pro 2.64.1073 is installer has several options, including associating supported media files, which we declined. But it also scanned our system and identified a number of necessary and recommended codecs and offered to install them, which we accepted.
These are familiar freeware media codecs like Haali Media Splitter. BS.Player splits its interface into two parts: a control panel and a video window.
The compact console has the usual controls and displays (title, timer, etc.) plus a right-side menu with expandable controls for configuring and playing Video, DVD, Audio, Radio, and TV.
A Menu next to the Minimize button opened an extensive file of commands, options, and features, including FAQs, a wiki, a forum, and updates, but no manual or Help file. You can reskin the console, too.
We previewed the available skins but found them like the main theme, a bit garish and with styling cues taken from game controllers.
BS.Player Pro can play just about anything, though that’s also true of its principle competitors, which also rival it in options (and beat it soundly in looks).
But BS.Player isn’t particularly intuitive, either; for instance, when our first video finished playing, we looked around for a way to close the video screen before finally resorting to the menu.
An autohiding Exit button on the window or a Close File button on the console would be welcome additions.
But, bottom line: a free video player that plasters its so-called freeness over your video in an onscreen message you can’t defeat isn’t free in our book, or worth our time — not with so many excellent free media players a click away.