VidBox 3.0.11 Serial Number Full Version
It's difficult to resist the temptation of keeping a copy of favorite movies and songs on your hard disk drive, although most of them are a mouse click away on the Internet. For proper offline playback, you need a powerful multimedia player in order to read and enjoy different formats, and it's one of the things that VidBox wants to accomplish.
The whole deployment process takes little time and effort and before you know it you're ready to run the application to see its potential. With a simple interface fitted with clearly visible and intuitive playback controls, and a large preview area, accommodation becomes a walk in the park.
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File support is pretty decent, however, you won't really be able to enjoy all available formats out there. Popular ones can be loaded, such as MPG, MP3, WAV, MID, ASF, VCD, WMA, WMV, AVI, AIF, GIF, and a few more. There's also the option to paste an URL for online content, but for whatever reason, the content stubbornly refuses to play.
Adding items is not done through common methods such as drag and drop or using an open dialog. You need to use the built-in file explorer to navigate to the source of your videos or songs. What's more, you might want to bring up the playlist in order to create a list of items to automatically be played.
There are no effects or options whatsoever, other than a few general display and cleaning settings for history items. You can switch to a full screen mode for more comfort. To save desktop space, the application minimizes to the system tray, with a small box providing quick access to playback controls.
However, chances are it's going to pop back on your screen, with some file types running another instance while the last file is already playing. Hotkey support is not implemented, which has a major impact on practicality. Above all, system resources used leave a lot to be desired, not making up at all for what it can provide in return.
All in all, VidBox Crack comes with good intentions, letting you play all sorts of audio and video files in a simple environment. However, poor implementation of features keep it from making a name for itself, with no hotkey or drag and drop support, difficult, and sometimes confusing playlist and file management. The overall presentation is rough, with too many system resources used for what it has to offer, s you're better off with conventional multimedia players.
|Package size||38.8 MB|
|Supported systems||Windows All|
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