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Posted by: Suko
« on: 03. December 2018., 18:13:45 »

And I like more this converter "OnlineConvertFree".
Posted by: devnullius
« on: 28. January 2015., 10:49:22 »

Registration code expired... No more Aurora BlueRay player :(

POST-EDIT: Here we go... The 2014 Gremlins have arrived :( The key given here will not work anymore! Nothing to do...

 :bih: I think I finally found a (semi-) legal solution: a full fledged free all-round blu-ray (and dvd) player for Windows and Mac OS X!

It is a giveaway with the same serial for everyone. I'll be testing later, but for now here it is:

https://app.box.com/s/b6sfp35pfp42z0s2419v

Aurora Blu-Ray Media Player for Mac OS X or Windows (should do DVD too ;p)

SOURCE: Roger D: http://www.nsaneforums.com/topic/199888-giveaway-free-blu-ray-player-software-on-chipde/#entry709915

Karma!


Devvie


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Posted by: devnullius
« on: 28. January 2015., 10:44:42 »

WinX DVD Player now shows a watermark until you register. So that one is of the table again.

Devvie

Still not SUPER happy... Got this tip today :)

Devvie,

as for the free DVD player, you can give DAPlayer a shot. It's a free multimedia player for windows and able to play Bluray, AVCHD, TS, MKV, MPEG4, H264 videos, DVD video and music CD, etc.
you can know the detailed info at  http://www.winxdvd.com/daplayer/
Hope it helps.

Posted by: devnullius
« on: 28. January 2015., 10:30:13 »

Free for DVD playback; BlueRay is paid software... Macgo Windows Blu-ray Player

http://www.macblurayplayer.com/windows-bluray-player.htm#overview

Still not SUPER happy... Got this tip today :)

Devvie,

as for the free DVD player, you can give DAPlayer a shot. It's a free multimedia player for windows and able to play Bluray, AVCHD, TS, MKV, MPEG4, H264 videos, DVD video and music CD, etc.
you can know the detailed info at  http://www.winxdvd.com/daplayer/
Hope it helps.

Posted by: devnullius
« on: 09. November 2014., 16:38:50 »

Still not SUPER happy... Got this tip today :)

Devvie,

as for the free DVD player, you can give DAPlayer a shot. It's a free multimedia player for windows and able to play Bluray, AVCHD, TS, MKV, MPEG4, H264 videos, DVD video and music CD, etc.
you can know the detailed info at  http://www.winxdvd.com/daplayer/
Hope it helps.

Posted by: devnullius
« on: 26. December 2013., 19:22:43 »

:) 20 months and a decade ;p

But yeah, it appears so... I actually should test both programs in details, but I hardly ever watch DVDs on my PC anymore - I nowadays just stream :>

So case closed until further notice :)

devnullius
Posted by: Samker
« on: 26. December 2013., 19:17:27 »

Does anyone know a really (!) GOOD specialized Windows DVD player?

...

(14.04.2012.)

:bih: I think I finally found a (semi-) legal solution: a full fledged free all-round blu-ray (and dvd) player for Windows and Mac OS X!

...

It really is Christmas!

Not only did I find the semi-legal Aurora solution I just posted (http://scforum.info/index.php/topic,7570.msg22060.html#msg22060), I actually found a truly free, genuine and updateable solution with Wondershare's Free Video Player for Windows or Mac OS X!

...

Finally, the search is completed after twenty months ?!



Posted by: devnullius
« on: 26. December 2013., 13:15:27 »

It really is Christmas!

Not only did I find the semi-legal Aurora solution I just posted (http://scforum.info/index.php/topic,7570.msg22060.html#msg22060), I actually found a truly free, genuine and updateable solution with Wondershare's Free Video Player for Windows or Mac OS X!

Copy Paste FROM: http://www.wondershare.com/convert-video-audio/free-video-player.html

Free Video Player (Windows 8 supported) is a free and stylish video player that equipped with many advanced features. It plays almost any audio or video file you throw at it without any codecs installed. With the clean and considerate design, you're guaranteed with the best-in-class media performance. Free download video player to enjoy a quick and effortless experience now.

Download win version Download mac version

Why Choose Free Video Player

-Excellent playback experience for DVD and HD movies

Besides supporting 100+ popular video and audio formats, free video player (Windows 8 supported) also enables you to play any DVD on any region DVD driver device with full DVD navigation controls. Thanks to its innovative Extreme X technology, it takes less time to play a 1080P/1080i HD video, such as M2TS, WMV, MOV, AVC HD, MPEG, MKV, MOD. and play at very low CPU cost,. Deinterlacing is also enabled to enjoy the high definition camcorder videos.

-Simplified media enjoyment with considerate design

Features easy to interpret design, everything is at your fingertips. Full screen, mini mode, forward, rewind, speed up, slow down, resume playback, shutdown computer after playback, and more are available in one click, or comprehensive hotkey support.

-Intelligent picture organization of your favorite scenes

When previewing the video files, you can free take snapshots in one click and save it as BMP, JPEG format. More than that, it even provides picture-burst shooting and stitching feature to create stunning picture album ready to share.

System Requirements

- Supported OS: Windows NT4/2000/2003/XP/Vista/7 and Windows 8
- Processor: >750MHz Intel or AMD CPU
- Free Hard Disk Space: 100 MB or more
- RAM: 256 MB or above

KARMA!

Devnullius
Posted by: devnullius
« on: 26. December 2013., 11:57:55 »

POST-EDIT: Here we go... The 2014 Gremlins have arrived :( The key given here will not work anymore! Nothing to do...

 :bih: I think I finally found a (semi-) legal solution: a full fledged free all-round blu-ray (and dvd) player for Windows and Mac OS X!

It is a giveaway with the same serial for everyone. I'll be testing later, but for now here it is:

https://app.box.com/s/b6sfp35pfp42z0s2419v

Aurora Blu-Ray Media Player for Mac OS X or Windows (should do DVD too ;p)

SOURCE: Roger D: http://www.nsaneforums.com/topic/199888-giveaway-free-blu-ray-player-software-on-chipde/#entry709915

Karma!


Devvie


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Posted by: devnullius
« on: 08. June 2013., 12:08:11 »

From Giovanni, as quoted in: http://scforum.info/index.php/topic,8195.msg20855.html#msg20855 - I'll ALSO USE that THREAD TO UPDATE WITH Blue-Ray / DVD PLAYER GIVEAWAYS...

Quote: "digiarty might do the trick! http://www.digiarty.com/"

Karma,

devnullius

POST-EDIT: A NEW LIST OF SOFTWARES BY GIOVANNI THE FREEBEE KING: http://scforum.info/index.php/topic,8195.msg20861.html#msg20861
Posted by: devnullius
« on: 12. May 2012., 09:14:30 »

 O0 today on Giveawayoftheday...

http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/mac-blu-ray-player-21/comment-page-1/#comment-287383

QUOTE...
Dear Users,
Mac Blu-ray Player plays any Blu-ray, DVD discs or ISO files, and any other media for Mac & PC. It is the first and the best Blu-ray player software worldwide. To celebrate one-year anniversary of Mac Blu-ray Player, we cooperate with GOTD to launch this giveaway again.

There is a quick start guide for Mac Blu-ray Player:
●Please Download the Zip Package from GOTD and extract it.
●Choose the right version and install according to your OS requirement (Mac or PC).
●Open “readme.txt” from your unzip file, copy the right registration information to register your software.

If you will like the program, please consider purchasing it to enjoy official upgrade and support. There is a 50% off coupon (Coupon Code: 4GOTD50C) that is valid until May 21st, 2012. (Purchase from Mac: http://goo.gl/QiXEt PC: http://goo.gl/qezBj )

More information and tutorials about How to play Blu-ray on Mac Blu-ray Player, please visit our website: http://www.macblurayplayer.com

Thank you for your time reading this!

Comment by Macgo — May 12th, 2012 at 3:00 am

Peace!

devnullius
Posted by: devnullius
« on: 18. April 2012., 09:49:20 »

Why you don't use VLC-media player..It's free and really good!

Download it here:
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html

I used VLC as the ONLY program for over 10 years. Version 0.8.6.1 I believe? ;p Anyways, while it indeed plays EVERYTHING it does have problems with DVD playback. Yes it plays VOB's just fine, and yes you can just right-click a folder and play the contents. BUT for actually starting to play a real DVD with menu's and all, VLC just isn't up to the job.

Also I noticed, mainly by MANY complaints of my friends, that the colours aren't good with VLC. And even I could not ignore that anymore once Windows 7 came out. Movies suddenly had GREAT colours, while VLC's still were much less bright and vivid.

This led to a search for better for my non-Win-7-friends. And everybody agrees: Daum Pot Player is THE NEW KID ON THE BLOCK! No discussions whatsoever.

Don't download it from their site, you will end up all Chinese. Instead, google for "latest daum pot player english download" and work from one of the mirror sites found.

And for DVD playback, well... Pot needs a little extra attention - and being Dutch... I always give pot all the attention it needs ; ))

*kuch* peace! *uh kuch*

devnullius
Posted by: Fintech
« on: 17. April 2012., 18:25:53 »

Why you don't use VLC-media player..It's free and really good!

Download it here:
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html
Posted by: devnullius
« on: 17. April 2012., 09:22:19 »

I know but... I don't like codecs in my OS. I'm from the pre-W95 generation and we got SCARED like hell for codecs in our system32 :P

Even today, I just do not like them. A program should offer it by default with build-in codecs.

IF I have to install codecs (I usually refuse), I go for the Shark007 codec pack. He sees things my way, which gives me a comfortable feeling. Did not encounter real problems with it, but it doesn't solve everything either.

So for now Daum Pot Player will stay my default - way better than any codec anyway.

I'll also give another look at proposed DVD players...

Thanx & Peace!

devnullius
Posted by: Samker
« on: 16. April 2012., 18:04:07 »

...

BUT will the license be limited to 1-installation-only? If so, I cannot use it.

...

Yup, only one...  :-\


...

... Pot will not play dvd's: you MUST select the CORRECT sound devices (speakers!) and codecs (I just chose the first ones when I had to choose).

...


Related to codecs problem... take advice from "jheysen" and try K-lite (for the start Basic version): http://codecguide.com/download_kl.htm

I'm 99% sure that with them, you'll resolve all problems related to codecs. ;)


If you don't want to use codec packs (K-lite is quite nice) or VLC o MPC, then I would try with real player maybe?

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