Video Software Players Zoom Player FREE

Zoom Player FREE Zoom Player FREE 13.7.1 for Windows

by Inmatrix LTD

Avg. Rating 4.0 (420 votes)

File Details

File Size 28.3 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 589,679
Publisher Inmatrix LTD
Homepage Zoom Player
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Zoom Player is a robust media and DVD front-end player. It was designed to be simple at first glance while being remarkably dynamic and flexible when used to its full potential. It works in two modes: a Media mode which can play any file supported by DirectShow (any file which plays in MediaPlayer) and a DVD mode which uses pre-installed DirectShow DVD filters to play DVD content. It supersedes media player in all it's functions and provides several important functions that media player lacks. It provides special zooming functions to improve TV-output quality by eliminating overscan.

Free for Non-Commercial use.

Latest Reviews

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v13.7 on Jul 5, 2017

I give it a 2 stars and that is all

see mpc be for the best

also smooth video project for the ultimate

freesoft15

freesoft15 reviewed v9.4.0 on Sep 23, 2014

Zoom Player , one of the most recomended player to play videp and audio files formats .
see more
Zoom Player Free

OAKsider

OAKsider reviewed v8.5.1 on Jan 2, 2013

Still an incredible media player after all these years, and now it's free. I don't know where to start, and it's probably already been said anyway, so let me just say: download Zoom Player, check it out. Customize the hell out of it if you want, it's possible. "Never gonna give you up..." Thanks Inmatrix.

stisev

stisev reviewed v7.00 on Sep 5, 2011

Zoomplayer is the GOD of all PC video players. It creates the gold-standard for all other video players to be benchmarked to.

Make no mistake, this is the best HTPC video player on the market, hands down. It is stable, configurable in every way imaginable and controllable from a remote using Eventghost or girder.

Ignore these nincompoops below. They are purposely decreasing the rating for some reason

Best video player ever. Nothing even comes close and I've tried all of them (including MPC-HC + VLC + GOM + KMplayer)

stisev

stisev reviewed v5.50 Beta 1 on Sep 5, 2011

Using v8.0 RC3
Zoomplayer is the GOD of all PC video players. It creates the gold-standard for all other video players to be benchmarked to.

Make no mistake, this is the best HTPC video player on the market, hands down. It is stable, configurable in every way imaginable and controllable from a remote using Eventghost or girder.

Ignore these nincompoops below. They are purposely decreasing the rating for some reason

Best video player ever. Nothing even comes close and I've tried all of them (including MPC-HC + VLC + GOM + KMplayer)

jamikabg

jamikabg reviewed v8.00 RC1 on Mar 18, 2011

No trial version, expires after 30-60-any days, just a good one that I don't have to pay for.
https://www.google.com/b...DZg%2FBDQyIggoQ7eK2wewl

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v8.00 RC1 on Mar 18, 2011

watch out for that Bing tool bar

radiomaffia

radiomaffia reviewed v7.00 RC1 on Oct 3, 2009

There a lot of videoplayers, first generation did nothing to support codecs and they were leaving you into the desert of the unknown files and codecs.The generation that we see now are more grown up and there are some suksesfull ones like KMPlayer(lot of features), GOMPlayer(lost my intrest) and offcourse Zoom Player. Zoomplayer has a nice feature to update all neccessary codecs by an install center and even not all files directly worked with this player, after some inspection & configuration it worked fast like a rock it is definitily a keeper. With skinselector (press on N with mouse on the player) you can make any color you want. Highly recommended I rate it 5*

Only one question : Why are there so many versions out there? One freeware and one shareware would be enough i guess..

doctorsmith

doctorsmith reviewed v6.00 RC3 on Aug 19, 2008

excellent piece of software.

photonboy

photonboy reviewed v6.00 RC1 on Jan 28, 2008

I'm surprised at some of the low scores and comments. I've been using it for years and I'm really into video. Maybe it's a matter of tweaking it; there's a lot to modify.

Basically, I pretty much use FFDSHOW audio and video decoders for most video. I installed my external decoders via the latest CCCP.

I still have KMPlayer, WMP11, WMP Classic etc. but Zoom Player was the only one that allowed me to get every last thing just the way I want it. One notable thing is dual audio and subtitles. I typed "english" in Settings to allow English audio even if another language like Japanese is first. On my Control bar I can quickly toggle the Subtitles and audio if need be. Anamorphic Matroska is another thing not all players have. There's too much to mention.

I've never had a single stability issue in two years with any version and I've tried all of them.

Honestly, very few people need to purchase this, but I bought it a couple years ago and just love it. I'm happy to see that changing version numbers didn't require me to upgrade like some programs I bought in the past.

Perfect for my needs! Very configurable and stable.

Avg. Rating 4.0 (420 votes)
Your Rating
CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v13.7 on Jul 5, 2017

I give it a 2 stars and that is all

see mpc be for the best

also smooth video project for the ultimate

freesoft15

freesoft15 reviewed v9.4.0 on Sep 23, 2014

Zoom Player , one of the most recomended player to play videp and audio files formats .
see more
Zoom Player Free

OAKsider

OAKsider reviewed v8.5.1 on Jan 2, 2013

Still an incredible media player after all these years, and now it's free. I don't know where to start, and it's probably already been said anyway, so let me just say: download Zoom Player, check it out. Customize the hell out of it if you want, it's possible. "Never gonna give you up..." Thanks Inmatrix.

stisev

stisev reviewed v7.00 on Sep 5, 2011

Zoomplayer is the GOD of all PC video players. It creates the gold-standard for all other video players to be benchmarked to.

Make no mistake, this is the best HTPC video player on the market, hands down. It is stable, configurable in every way imaginable and controllable from a remote using Eventghost or girder.

Ignore these nincompoops below. They are purposely decreasing the rating for some reason

Best video player ever. Nothing even comes close and I've tried all of them (including MPC-HC + VLC + GOM + KMplayer)

stisev

stisev reviewed v5.50 Beta 1 on Sep 5, 2011

Using v8.0 RC3
Zoomplayer is the GOD of all PC video players. It creates the gold-standard for all other video players to be benchmarked to.

Make no mistake, this is the best HTPC video player on the market, hands down. It is stable, configurable in every way imaginable and controllable from a remote using Eventghost or girder.

Ignore these nincompoops below. They are purposely decreasing the rating for some reason

Best video player ever. Nothing even comes close and I've tried all of them (including MPC-HC + VLC + GOM + KMplayer)

jamikabg

jamikabg reviewed v8.00 RC1 on Mar 18, 2011

No trial version, expires after 30-60-any days, just a good one that I don't have to pay for.
https://www.google.com/b...DZg%2FBDQyIggoQ7eK2wewl

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v8.00 RC1 on Mar 18, 2011

watch out for that Bing tool bar

radiomaffia

radiomaffia reviewed v7.00 RC1 on Oct 3, 2009

There a lot of videoplayers, first generation did nothing to support codecs and they were leaving you into the desert of the unknown files and codecs.The generation that we see now are more grown up and there are some suksesfull ones like KMPlayer(lot of features), GOMPlayer(lost my intrest) and offcourse Zoom Player. Zoomplayer has a nice feature to update all neccessary codecs by an install center and even not all files directly worked with this player, after some inspection & configuration it worked fast like a rock it is definitily a keeper. With skinselector (press on N with mouse on the player) you can make any color you want. Highly recommended I rate it 5*

Only one question : Why are there so many versions out there? One freeware and one shareware would be enough i guess..

doctorsmith

doctorsmith reviewed v6.00 RC3 on Aug 19, 2008

excellent piece of software.

photonboy

photonboy reviewed v6.00 RC1 on Jan 28, 2008

I'm surprised at some of the low scores and comments. I've been using it for years and I'm really into video. Maybe it's a matter of tweaking it; there's a lot to modify.

Basically, I pretty much use FFDSHOW audio and video decoders for most video. I installed my external decoders via the latest CCCP.

I still have KMPlayer, WMP11, WMP Classic etc. but Zoom Player was the only one that allowed me to get every last thing just the way I want it. One notable thing is dual audio and subtitles. I typed "english" in Settings to allow English audio even if another language like Japanese is first. On my Control bar I can quickly toggle the Subtitles and audio if need be. Anamorphic Matroska is another thing not all players have. There's too much to mention.

I've never had a single stability issue in two years with any version and I've tried all of them.

Honestly, very few people need to purchase this, but I bought it a couple years ago and just love it. I'm happy to see that changing version numbers didn't require me to upgrade like some programs I bought in the past.

Perfect for my needs! Very configurable and stable.

Reverb

Reverb reviewed v6.00 Beta 2 on Nov 30, 2007

I used this for about a year before discovering KMPlayer/GOMPlayer. Not bad, basically a replacement for Windows Media Player (DirectShow) with better DVD navigation but no visuals.

Nothing that would make me want spend money on this when there are better free alternatives out there.

Point Zero

Point Zero reviewed v6.00 Beta 2 on Nov 30, 2007

New review :
This program is really worth the money, much better than the free MPC, and really cleverly programmed.

Keep it up !

ecold

ecold reviewed v5.50 Beta 1 on Aug 17, 2007

Getting a virus warning from crappy NAV that lists it as having bloodhound.overpacked.
Just FYI to the devs.
Chose 3 since it's the middle of the orad and I have yet to try it and can't since NAV deleted it.

Point Zero

Point Zero reviewed v5.50 Beta 1 on Aug 13, 2007

Yeah, the screenshots look great, better than the actual program actually.

Dsfargeg

Dsfargeg reviewed v5.50 Alpha 1 on Apr 23, 2007

ZoomPlayer isn't bad, but there are better freeware alternatives now (like Gomplayer), and the beta versions always caused serious trouble for me.

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