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

What is QQPlayer?

QQPlayer is a freeware media player application runs on Android smart phones, published by Tencent in 2008. QQPlayer supports films and music files in common formats including FLV, AVI, MKV, MOV, 3GP, IFO, WMP, MP4 and others; as well as MKV embedded subtitle, and SRT and SMI plug-in subtitle. QQPlayer provides a lot of features that carries out specific functions.

Aside from playing and converting audio/video files in any format, QQPlayer can also merge multiple files and converts them into a distinct file. It is also capable of capturing snapshots in movies and creating animated GIF, displaying subtitles to a particular video file, compressing video files to smaller file size, dividing large video files into smaller video clips, and increasing sound volume up to 1,000 percent. Additional QQPlayer features include PC to iPad transfer, stream videos with subtitles to iPad, Cloud playback, direct viewing and playing videos online, Wi-Fi support, and Automatic 2D to 3D real-time video alteration.

In addition, QQPlayer provides easy-to-use, instinctive graphic user interface. QQPlayer is compatible in any Windows version with no additional codec required.

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File types supported by QQPlayer

About file types supported by QQPlayer

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Last updated: : January 20, 2013