DVD X Player Standard

If you are looking for DVD X Player Standard, you have come to the right place. We explain what DVD X Player Standard is and point you to the official download.

What is DVD X Player Standard?

Features of the DVD X Player Standard include: Support for operation-free through which the user can skip the DVD’s FBI warning easily. DVD X Player can also determine the disc type in the DVD drive automatically, and choose the right play mode for DVD titles, video CDs, audio CDs or DivX/XviD Discs. Its auto-resume and Bookmarks let the user jump right to the last viewed location of the DVD. He can record his favorite DVD movie into MPEG2 video, or MP3 audio file.

The user can also split record video files to different sizes to fit on portable video player devices. He can also capture, browse, and save the pretty pictures from his favorite movie. Its Smart Stretch feature also lets the user enjoy any type of movie with 16:9 aspect ratio on any screen mode, without any distortion. Visualization enables DVD X Players to display multi-colored shapes and patterns that change in harmony, with the audio track being played. The user can freely select Echo, Amplify special audio effects and 10 bands preset Equalizer value. He can also watch movies and meanwhile improve his foreign language skills by contrasting subtitles.

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Last updated: : March 7, 2014