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raducanu horea 31st October 2003 01:18 AM

yas yas yoo - bsplayer RULLLZ 4ever!
 
right now i am very happy !!!
hmm.. let me think - i've never been so happy before :lol:

and if you don't know why - i`ll tell you - i`ll tell everybody !
i`ve discovered BSPLAYER !!!
it`s just great !!! until now i used radlight - but a lot of movies
didn`t play fine - the sound was always behind the action
i tried lots of codecs - fddshow, all kinds of xvid and divx,
nimo, ace mega codecs pack, etc - all that i could find,
and still the same s*i* ! it didn't worked fine, and i don't know
why - my video card has 128 mb and i also have 512 mb ram
so what was the problem - OF COURSE - RADLIGHT !!!
and mediaplayer, and all the rest
but i found bsplayer, and all the movies work great - u know
what i mean - G R E A T ! :D

bsplayer is the perfect player for video files, plus is very
customisable and it has a lot of suffs like desktop mode
and that kind, that makes it perfect

from the second i saw how it works i`ve uninstalled radlight
and that is not gonna change - i`ll never install that crappy
again - ugh - it S * C * S !!!

bsplayer RULLLZ !

EyesRed 3rd November 2003 05:14 AM

I see here that alot of people like this player. Could someone explain the benefits of installing this BSplayer? Other than what was mentioned above.

I have seen posts here claiming it's the best windows player for avi, asf and mpeg. Maybe it is, I don't know.

I have "WMP", "ATI File Player", "QuickTime 6 Pro" and "AVIPreview" for my files.

I have the Nimo Codecs and Koepi's Stable Binary XviD Codec.

Is this player something that would benefit me?

Thanks in advance.

Quietseb 3rd November 2003 07:56 AM

after you have read the about page, you can have a look at this post where a few people have said what bsplayer features they like/love

REDONDOS 3rd November 2003 07:56 AM

1st of all, check out the features.

After that, read a bit... I can say a lot of good things about the player, but I'm sure I'll forget most of them:
  • The best support for subtitles I've ever seen. You'll notice that.
  • Skinnable in a Winamp3/5-style (it can have any shape and images)
  • 100% user-friendly.
  • Automation with .ini files, saving of settings per movie, saving of last opened file and settings, etc.
  • The best multi-monitor support ever. Check a recent post about this.
  • With proper codecs, it can play *any* video file. I mostly have files in these formats: divx, xvid, mpeg2, quicktime, windows media video, blah.
Man, you gotta check it out... look at the options dialog, play a couple of files, play with the program. You'll see what I'm talking about.

Greetings!

DAvenger 3rd November 2003 09:57 AM

Re: yas yas yoo - bsplayer RULLLZ 4ever!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by raducanu horea
right now i am very happy !!!
hmm.. let me think - i've never been so happy before :lol:

and if you don't know why - i`ll tell you - i`ll tell everybody !
i`ve discovered BSPLAYER !!!
it`s just great !!! until now i used radlight - but a lot of movies
didn`t play fine - the sound was always behind the action
i tried lots of codecs - fddshow, all kinds of xvid and divx,
nimo, ace mega codecs pack, etc - all that i could find,
and still the same s*i* ! it didn't worked fine, and i don't know
why - my video card has 128 mb and i also have 512 mb ram
so what was the problem - OF COURSE - RADLIGHT !!!
and mediaplayer, and all the rest
but i found bsplayer, and all the movies work great - u know
what i mean - G R E A T ! :D

bsplayer is the perfect player for video files, plus is very
customisable and it has a lot of suffs like desktop mode
and that kind, that makes it perfect

from the second i saw how it works i`ve uninstalled radlight
and that is not gonna change - i`ll never install that crappy
again - ugh - it S * C * S !!!

bsplayer RULLLZ !

Maybe you should check out the latest RadLight 4 alpha before making such statements :wink:

Take care,
Martin

senve 6th November 2003 05:48 PM

whoopsie

senve 6th November 2003 05:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by REDONDOS
  • With proper codecs, it can play *any* video file. I mostly have files in these formats: divx, xvid, mpeg2, quicktime, windows media video, blah.

How it is possible to watch .movs with bsplayer?
What codecs do I need?
How about realmedia .rm?

HackerWerger 7th November 2003 06:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DAvenger
Maybe you should check out the latest RadLight 4 alpha before making such statements

Yeah? Then raducanu horea forgot to say that BSPLAYER IS COMPLETELY FREE!! :twisted: :twisted:
and Radlight isn't!!! :evil:
That's why BSplayer is the most popular video player. :D

Tecno2k2 8th November 2003 12:52 AM

BSPlayer have it own rendering engine and doesn't relay on WMP one like many media players does
Because of this, BSPlayer use less CPU than most players :)

It's also pretty light, low memory foot print (0.85.501 use about 5.4Mb of memory while Radlight3.03SE use 8.5) and loads pretty fast

DAvenger 8th November 2003 09:54 AM

Quote:

That's why BSplayer is the most popular video player
No it is not. MPC is :wink:

Quote:

BSPlayer have it own rendering engine and doesn't relay on WMP one like many media players does
Because of this, BSPlayer use less CPU than most players
That's bullshit. BSPlayer is not special in any way. It works the same way as MPC, Sasami, ZoomPlayer, TCMP or RadLight. Sure, it has it's own video renderer but so does RadLight for about two years.

Quote:

Because of this, BSPlayer use less CPU than most players
:lol:

Tecno2k2 8th November 2003 04:29 PM

That RadLight is bundled with the excellent Save Now! And even more! 8) [/sarcasm]

DAvenger 8th November 2003 05:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tecno2k2
That RadLight is bundled with the excellent Save Now! And even more! 8) [/sarcasm]

Yeah, you are low on facts so you have to come up with this? :lol:

HackerWerger 8th November 2003 08:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tecno2k2
That RadLight is bundled with the excellent Save Now! And even more!
Quote:

Originally Posted by DAvenger
Yeah, you are low on facts so you have to come up with this?


..but you cann't say anything about it, cause it's true! :lol:
:D
And don't forget:
Bsplayer is far more polupar than radlight.
That's why you are here and write in BSplayer's Forum... 8) 8)

DAvenger 8th November 2003 11:50 PM

Quote:

..but you cann't say anything about it, cause it's true!
Yes, and I am proud for being able to offer our users something more (support, other great free products etc.)

Quote:

Bsplayer is far more polupar than radlight.
That's why you are here and write in BSplayer's Forum...
I usually do not write in forums such as this one but when you people are talking nonsense without first making sure what you write is really truth ... :roll:

Let me say this straight, I have nothing against Boris and his player I just can't stand when people make statements when they have no idea what are they talking about.

Tecno2k2 9th November 2003 08:26 AM

I didn't notice you we're from Radlight, i see now :D
Anyhow, competition is good :)

Not that i'm against devellopers making some money for thier hardwork, but i just hate those so called adware
Sure, it's not as worst as spyware, but still...

And i'm not writing no-sense dude, i did make some tests...
I have not mentioned Radlight in my earlier post, i said "most" player does...

I first loved BSPlayer because it was the only player to be able to use overlay, i had this stupid DVA=0 in my win.ini, which also desabled opengl... :evil:


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