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Media Cope

If you are looking for Media Cope, you have come to the right place. We explain what Media Cope is and point you to the official download.

What is Media Cope?

Designed and developed by a company of the same name, Media Cope is a multi-media player that can be used primarily for playing audios and videos from any given source. DVDs and VCDs can be accessed and viewed. The software is also capable of supporting different file formats including MP3, MP4, WAV, AC3, AMR, MOV, WMA, WMV, 3 GP, MPG, MKV, MVB, and FLAC.

Media Cope also has other functionalities including Screenshot, Overscan, Framestep, and Change Ratio. The screenshot option allows the user to take important sections or photos of the videos and automatically saves these photos in a particular folder. The overscan functionality modifies the width and depth of the video without any change in the original ratio. Framestep lets users play videos in multiple frames and sections so as not to miss any important details. Basically, every single click on then frame is equivalent to a single playing of the video. The Change Ration function enables the video’s ratio to be modified according to the preference of the user.

Media Cope also has the functionality to play, pause, and hide subtitles. It works well Windows-based systems.

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File types supported by Media Cope

Our users primarily use Media Cope to open these file types:

About file types supported by Media Cope

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Last updated: : August 1, 2013