GOM Media Player is a video/audio player for Windows PC that comes with additional multimedia functions. This is a player of the new generation, which allows you to quickly and conveniently use the advantages of digital technologies.
GOM Media Player
GOM uses low CPU utilization while giving you the best possible image and subtitle quality and plays incomplete files without buffering. You can play any media files with GOM’s built-in codec and Codec Finder service.
- Codec Finder: GOM Media Player includes many codecs (XviD, DivX, FLV1, AC3, OGG, MP4, H263 and more) so you won’t need to install separate codecs for most videos. For those videos that require a separate codec, GOM Player will find one and direct you to a place where you can download an open source version of the codec.
- Play Broken AVI Files: AVI files can’t be played if the index is broken, or if the file isn’t completely downloaded. This is because the index is located at the end of the file. GOM Player’s patented technology enables users to view files with broken indexes or that are still being downloaded.
- Powerful Subtitle Support: GOM Media Player supports SMI, SRT, RT, SUB(with IDX) files for subtitle. You can specify margin, location, size, resolution, font and others. You can also enable shadow, view ASF files with subtitle, karaoke subtitle mode.
- Convinient Playlist: If you run a video file and there is already a file with a similar name in the directory, it will be automatically added to your playlist. GOM Media Player has a similar playlist format as M3U, PLS, ASX and you can also include and edit different media formats on that playlist as well.
- Wide support: Along with different media format such as AVI, MPG, MPEG and DAT, GOM Player also supports streaming Windows media format (WMV, ASF, ASX). You can also watch DVD-quality videos with 5.1 channel audio output.
- Screen Capture: It allows you to take a screenshot of your video directly from GOM Player. Using the Burst Capture feature, you can take continuous screenshots up to 999 shots.
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