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What is FooPlayer?
FooPlayer from Boost Media is a free-to-download video and audio player that can handle most of the video/audio formats currently in use today. Supported formats include FLV, MP4, MKV, DVD, RMVB, WAV, OGG, ASF, and more. The program also has multi-language support for over 40 tongues besides English, including Arabic, Korean, Estonian, Russian, Serbian, and Thai.
The player is equipped with reading technology that permits it to handle even corrupted videos with minimal quality loss or stutter during playback. It also offers several playback and auxiliary viewing features like video snapshots, audio delay, video rotation or flipping, in-video zoom, equalizer settings, and special filter usage. Users can also get previews of their media with the program.
The program may be used as well to generate screen recordings. It has a screen capture option that can be combined with a plug-in for a user to create audio+videos of his computer activity, whether for tutorials, presentations, or even exhibition sharing, as with games. Other plug-ins developed by the maker for use with the software allow users to move from screen video capture to webcam video capture and to record themselves via microphone straight into an MP3 file.
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File types supported by FooPlayer
About file types supported by FooPlayer
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Last updated: : June 1, 2014