KMPlayer is a lightweight audio and video player for Windows that supports a wide range of different file formats, including AVI, ASF, WMV, AVS, FLV, MKV, and many more.
KMPlayer has a small desktop footprint and its minimalist interface makes video playback quick and hassle-free. The player's interface is fully skinable, and there are some nice aesthetic touches, such as the changing of colour on the player with every new track, amnd the ability to automatically import album art.
There are all sorts of options to help you pimp and customize KMPlayer, such as visualizations, plug-ins and playback options. But the beauty of KMPlayer is that these are turned on at your request rather than being forced upon you at the outset.
KMPlayer also supports 3-D formats and an option to add album
KMPlayer handles both audio and video, and supports a wide range of different formats, meaning that once installed, you should never need to touch another player.
Video playback is particularly impressive thanks to the range of processing tools available that allow you to sharpen, change picture properties, apply filters and even make video captures from within the program.
If you're looking for a customizable, light yet powerful video player, KMPlayer is exactly what you need.
The new cloud feature KMP Connect allows you to share your music and videos online with your friends.
- Pros +
- Highly customizable
- Light on resources
- Supports many audio and video formats
- Cons -
- None so far
- English , Spanish , German , French , Arabic , Chinese Simp , Chinese Trad , Czech , Danish , Dutch , Finnish , Gallego , Hindi , Italian , Japanese , Korean , Polish , Portuguese , Russian , Swedish , Turkish , Portuguese
- File size:
- 31.3 MB
- Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
- Players > Multiformat
User rating:311 User reviews
I just uninstalled kmplayer, now its a player for commercials, advertising, games and anything that you can imagine. it took me 2 minutes to play a movie on it. now its gone, never want to see it again. i went back to bsplaer, plain old movie player.
It was full of malware, with no opt-out in the installation. I do not care how good the software is if it fills up my computer with unwanted s___t.