BS.Player Pro 2.24

Posted by TEAM FILEnetworks | 10/08/2007 | | 6 Comments »

Ever since the very beginning in the year 2000, the BS.Player™ has been one of the world’s most popular video player. It is popular for many reasons, one however should be pointed out: BS.Player™ is the first movie player ever to enable its users to focus on watching the movie instead of dealing with poor computer capabilities or running around looking for a proper setting and codec. Also, it has very low CPU and RAM requirements.


  • Display subtitles - Support custom subtitles position, color, font, transparency,... Supported formats: MicroDVD, SubViewer, SubRip. The subtitles only appear on the computer monitor. Not on the television set hooked to the computer.
  • Fully skinnable - Any shape, transparent skins...
  • Resizable and borderless movie window
  • Multilingual
  • Drag-and-drop support
  • Command line support
  • Pan-scan and custom pan-scan option
  • Custom aspect ratios
  • Playlist support
  • Resolution changing
  • Frame capture
  • AVI files with more than 2 audio streams supported (multilanguage)
  • Support for OGM files, including more than 2 audio/video tracks, supports embedded subtitles/chapters
  • External audio file supported
  • External chapter file supported
  • S/PDIF output supported for AC3 files (with Intervideo audio decoder)
  • INI files
  • Remote control support via WinLIRC
  • Bookmarks
  • Simple equalizer (DirectX 8 required)
  • Playback rate (½×, 1×, 2×) and custom speed
  • 3rd-party plugins
  • Customizable Equalizer
  • Support for Capture and Tuner devices (and Teletext support)
  • Capture Video from capture device to file
  • Integrated subtitle editor
  • Network file buffering
  • Support for Flash playback
  • Improved subtitles
  • Improved VMR9 support
  • Sackmann PUT0 isn't supported
  • Technical e-mail support
  • DVD support (MPEG-2 codecs required)

Note: BS.Player freeware version came bundled with WhenU Spyware. However the Pro version which is featured in this post is a premium version which is completely free of spyware and any other threat so you need not worry.

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  1. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 10/08/2007 06:03:00 PM  
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  2. Priyantha De Silva // 10/09/2007 03:16:00 AM  

    @ Nice to meet you !

    LST, is there any cutter like VCD cutter, to cut "wmv" files. My problem is , when I record a TV
    programme via WMV, using a TV card, it can't cut. First I must get a copy of VCD (It wastes time ).


    What are the trusted sites to download English MP3 (New)- Free.

    ( I think you've published some of them in The DialogTV Forum, some time ago. I can't find the page. )

  3. Vishkid // 10/10/2007 10:01:00 AM  

    Priyantha - you can use movie maker to 'cut' wmv files but since that involves encoding it also takes time so is not the ideal method.

    LST - mp3 hints incl.. oldies mp3 sites are welcome sir!


  4. Priyantha De Silva // 10/10/2007 01:02:00 PM  

    @ Vishkid ,

    Thanks for the replay.I didn't try to cut using movie maker unless making some visuals to MP3's. It got a lot of time and after that I never use.

  5. DigitalTV // 10/15/2007 08:30:00 AM  


    "AVI MPEG ASF WMV Splitter" is a very easy wmv splitter

  6. kayhaytha // 10/29/2007 02:50:00 PM  

    I downloaded some songs recently which I could not play on Windows Media Player or on QuickTime Player. Subsequently I learned that these songs were in .APE format.
    Is there a downloadable Player that I could use for this purpose or should I delete all the files and get on with my life ?