MP4 Player gives you the ability to play files in MP4, FLV, and WebM video format on your Windows machine anytime without the need for a conversion first. It's nothing fancy, but if all you want to do is watch videos in their supported formats through a convenient interface, this is a good option.
Smooth playback: All videos we tested through this app played clearly and smoothly, without long loading times or other issues. We tested videos in all of the supported formats and found no issues playing any of them.
Playlist options: In addition to playing individual videos, you can also create a playlist from the videos on your computer and then let it run without needing to constantly go back and choose a new video to play. Adding videos to playlists is straightforward as well, and you can even add the contents of an entire folder at once.
Opening from URL: There is an option to open videos straight from a URL, as opposed to opening files already downloaded to your computer, but this feature didn't work during our testing. We attempted several times to paste a video URL into the appropriate field, but once we completed the process, the app just went back to a blank main screen.
MP4 Player is a competent program, and while it doesn't include a lot of bells and whistles, it does offer quality playback and a convenient interface. It's free to try for 10 days, and the full purchase price is $29.99.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of MP4 Player 3.7.23.
MP4 Player is a Windows application to play MP4, FLV and WebM video files. MP4 Player supports zoom 0.5x/1x/2x mode, full screen mode, playback progress control, volume control. MP4 Player provides file association and drag-and-drop support, so you can double-click or drag and drop video files to the program to open and play them.
You can also use this program to create and manage playlists.
MP4 Player can be used standalone, it doesn't require the complicated Flash authoring tool and Flash development tools. You can show and preview your videos in a more controlled way with ease.
What's new in this version:
Version 3.17.7 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
It plays everything with ease and simplicity. It has some great features such as the transparency/float on top, and just overall easy to figure out and use UI. It's also not a resource hog or what they call "bloatware" like Quicktime, VLC, Itunes etc etc which I find a HUGE plus.
There's nothing majorly wrong, but I do feel a few small improvements (I would think would be easily feasible) would make this mp4 player perfect. An adjustable transparency slider with a % indicator that updates the transparency in real time, a feature to randomly shuffle all contents in your library so this can keep things interesting but more importantly double as a "randomized shuffle playlist." I also feel they should have two UI options that can be changed from the preferences tab called "basic" and "advanced" with advanced being able to fully customize everything while the basic UI would have very easy to see/click important commands but sacrificing having some potential obstructions in the way of the video.
The biggest thing would be the ability to shuffle the contents of the library/loaded playlist.
It's great. Even without the features I wish it had. It wasn't made just for me so I don't blame this player at all. It does everything you need, very easily, very efficiently, and then some.
Play video smoothly.
Play 4K without delay when dragging.
I think it'll work perfectly with All2MP4 for Windows, which can convert video to any compatible formats with this video player.
Free download http://tresrrr.com/all2mp4forwindows.html
Great better than windows player ,,,does more than windows player....and the library
plays small movie while you search the others.......most of all it plays the next movie with out having to start if your self.
I cant get the key command's to work but this could just be my computer,,I did reinstall to see ,,,but still the same.