Elmedia Player is a free media player for Mac that supports various video and audio formats, including FLV, SWF, MP4, AVI, MOV, MP4, DAT, MP3, etc. The app features exclusive Open Online Video feature which lets you watch YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion videos online without ads.
Elmedia strives to enhance your viewing experience with such possibilities as creating playlists for local files and web videos, 10-band equalizer to shape the audio tone, video tuner to regulate brightness, saturation, and contrast, versatile subtitles support, possibility to load external audio files, increasing or decreasing audio delay. Elmedia offers deinterlace option that lets you get rid of irritating horizontal stripes on fast moving objects in certain videos.
You can watch 4K and 8К videos without video slowdown or troubles with sound sync thanks to Elmedia hardware accelerated decoding.
Elmedia Player is also available as a PRO version. For $19.95 it offers: AirPlay support (including 4K videos); streaming local files to Chromecast and Smart TV via DLNA (4K video streaming is supported); making screenshots from the videos; adjusting audio and video in various ways; choosing output devices for video and audio; A-B loop to repeat a video segment continuously; flipping and rotating video image
Please, note that this version of Elmedia Player does not support downloading videos from YouTube. To be able to download YouTube videos, please get the special build from the developer’s website, then upgrade it to Elmedia Player PRO.
Version 7.2.1 (1778):
- Support for downloading 2K, 4K, 5K and 8K videos from YouTube
- Support for opening 1K, 2K, 4K, 5K and 8K videos from YouTube with the Open Online Video option
- Touch Bar support (requirements: MacBook Pro featuring Touch Bar and macOS 10.12.2+)
- Support for playing Blu-Ray Disc (BD)
- Support for streaming Blu-Ray Disc (BD) over AirPlay/DLNA/Chromecast
- Support for opening MPEG4 files
- The possibility to add multiple files or folders to the playlist by following File → Open
- File sorting by alphabetical order when several files are added to the playlist
- The accuracy of time seek on the video progress bar
- Displaying subtitles that contain combining characters
- Forward/Backward buttons in the browser window
- Renaming subtitles downloaded from OpenSubtitles.org
- Making a screenshot from the first frame when the series of screenshots are made
- Downloading videos from dailymotion.com
- Lots of other minor fixes and improvements
OS X 10.9 or later