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Old 31st January 2003
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Default BSplayer vs Zoom player vs ??

I don't know which player I should download. I read that BSplayer and Zoom player are good, but which is better? Whats the difference between them?

And opinions what player plays most (all) movies, don't need high CPU, good quality, voice and picture stays in sync and so on... simply is the best! ;)
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Old 31st January 2003
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Default Re: BSplayer vs Zoom player vs ??

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And opinions what player plays most (all) movies, don't need high CPU, good quality, voice and picture stays in sync and so on... simply is the best! ;)
Bsplayer, of course ;)

You're asking at BSPlayer forum, so everybody will probably prefere BSPlayer.

Reasons because it's better than ZoomPlayer (for me) are:

- BSPlayer doesn't need any installation. It works even from a CD.
- BSPlayer is able to use codecs to play a movie even if they're not installed at the computer (only DLL are necessaries, and they can be burned at CD too).
- BSPlayer can use BSI or INI files to configure every movie.

So you can make and auto-executable CD, burning a movie, BSPlayer, BSI files and codec DLLs, and you'll be able to play this CD in any computer without installing anything. Is it reason enought?
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I'll say bsplayer too (;)) because even if it has many many feature, it's still simple to use overall.

I have difficulties to find what I need in zoomplayer (both in menus and buttons)
(maybe I didn't try hard enough but hey! I can be pretty lazy :roll: )
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BSPlayer is very simple to use but very efficient. Stable, doesn't need a lot of memory and can play all types of files, ogm, ac3, etc... A very good one.

When I get problems with BSPlayer (rare) I use ZoomPlayer which I find it, like Quietseb, a bit more complicated and I always look for the correct option I need. Maybe I'm too lazy too ;) but as I don't use it often I'm not used with it.

And for those who wants to create perfects autorun, I highly recommend MicroDVD 1.3. The menu you got in your DVD you can put them on your CD (images, video from one menu to another, etc...). So those that like to create professionnal autorun for DivX and so on, use this proggy. Also prepare yourself to spend many hours to overcome the beast, it's a bit more complicated than setting up an autorun like CDA (compact disc autorun).
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