Daum PotPlayer is a free Multimedia player that supports a variety of different video codecs and formats. Daum Pot Player already includes built in codecs, eliminating the need for manual installation. It also supports Digital TV devices, Webcams, Analogs, DXVA, live broadcasts and more.
Benefits of Pot Player
Provides the maximum performance with the minumum resource using DXVA, CUDA, QuickSync. Get the best out of what you have.
Immersive Viewing Experience with 3D
Supports various types of 3D glasses so you can get the 3D experience anytime you want using your 3DTV or PC. Various output format (Side by Side, Top and Bottom, Page Flipping) supported.
Supports Various Subtitle Formats
Text subtitles(SMI & SRT), DVD(Vobsub) and Blu-ray subtitles, ASS/SSA animation and SMI Ruby tags, etc.
Variety of Codecs, Easy to Manage
No need to install different codecs all the time when using the player. Supports OpenCodec so users can easily add whatever codecs they want.
More Advanced Features
Smooth, seamless video play. Preview the scene with snapshots. Direct3D9 Ex Flip Mode and Overlay. Choose which one when you have 2 sound cards. You can bookmark your favorite scene or chapter. Supports various devices such as DVD,TV,HDTV and many more.
Features Pot player:
- This software tool can play most of the video and audio file formats.
- It supports playback even for broken files and various incomplete AVI files.
- Pot Player automatically resumes last stopped playbacks.
- You can enjoy incredible subtitle support on this player; it accepts files like ASS and SAA etc.
- It extends support to embedded subtitles in various media files like MP4, MOV, 3GP and MKV.
- Inbuilt audio equalizer that ensures rich sound quality for all playbacks.
- It can easily adjust controls for hue, contrast and brightness levels of video clips.
- One can enjoy settings for downloadable as well as user designed skins.
- Users can access keyboard shortcuts for subtitles, contrast, brightness, volume, zooming and seeking.
The benefits and limitation of Pot Player:
- Pot Players works fine with all editions of Windows (32/64 bit versions).
- It possesses customizable logos, navigation elements, color themes, OCD and transparency controls.
- User defined shortcuts makes controlling much easier.
- It creates minimal loads of memory and CPU.
- Beginners may find its setup quite difficult with loads of advanced settings.
The truth behind its classic design is that Pot player is basically dedicated to advanced or professional users. Those who demand higher controls over customization and want to explore wide range of media file formats can enjoy great viewing experience over Pot Player.
Other features of Pot Player:
Adding Files and Managing Playlists:
Users can add various files, even a complete directory to Pot Player library and allow it to play high quality content from URLs directly. The key board shortcuts make playlist editing much easier whereas drag and drop features are more beginners friendly.
The playlist tabs are well designed where users can manage numerous albums; all added controls are later automatically saved to playlists and they are auto loaded for the next time. Albums on its library are managed in alphabetical order and your can also add files from one album to another using add and edit menu. Note that, the drag and drop feature works only within playlists, they cannot work inside a playlist.
Playing Audio Files:
When you are ready to enjoy playbacks then it is also possible to pair up content with equalizers in order to have rich sound quality. When this paired up connection is dragged into timeline, they work in perfect synchronism and if you want to separate them at any moment then simply drag the playlist.
On the bottom right side of the playback screen, you will find three buttons. If you left-click on the first one then it will open windows folder containing controls for current playback, the extensive menu can be opened with right-click to this first button. The middle one is designed to close or launch the control panel if you follow the left click whereas right-click will simply open the skin menu. The last or rightmost button is designed to open or close the playlist.
Users can manage audio equalizer adjustments from the control panel and it can also provide services for easy settings of video frames, video ratios, play settings, control subtitles, screen captures and other video settings.
Playing Video Files:
Generally, the video frame appears on the left portion of the screen and the right one stays cluttered with a playlist but you can simply close it by pressing the little arrowhead on the right most corner of the screen. In order to bring video to the full-screen mode, you need to double click over it. Return back to a small window by pressing Esc or double click again.
It is also possible to hide skin during video playbacks and users can easily hover over different elements on the screen. The video playback menu of Pot Player is quite useful and it allows users to manage channel controls. NV12 offers controls for specific frames, within subtitles, frame by frame movements within videos. The first three control buttons on bottom screen work for video processing, subtitles and stream controls. If you want to access the advanced control menu then simply right click over the control panel button and soon you will be able to manage so many advanced controls for your player.
|Operating System||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7/8/10|
|Software Name||Daum PotPlayer Software For Windows V 1.7.21146|
|File Size||27.4 MB|
|Languages||English, Italian, French, Spanish, Polish, Chinese, German, Japanese|
The interface is extremely minimalistic, letting even the most inexperienced accommodate in a jiffy. However, it’s packed with rich features under the hood, coming in handy even to pro users. It might just convince you to keep it around for a long time.