Developer: Sagittarius Technology Co. Ltd.
Current Version: 1.2.6
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Download Size: 8.9 MB - Download
A fully functional media player able to play almost every kind of media files, support El Captian(OS X 10.11) with complete new designed icon (Yosemite style).
Beside all the typical features like video quality tuner and sound equalizer etc. It also has a magic ability of manipulating subtitle to help viewer break language barrier
The supported formats include mpg, mpeg, mpeg 2, vob, dat, mp4, m4v, ts, rm, rmvb, wmv, asf, mkv, avi, 3gp, 3g2, flv, mov, h264/x264 1080p/720p HD video etc and all the audio formats.
SPlayerX also support subtitle formats as such: srt, ssa, ass, idx+sub, sub, smi .
+ fixed: unable to start program that caused by Apple's CA certificate expiration
+ previewing screens with Quick Look in finder.
+ improve startup speed and responsiveness
+ support system share service, share screenshot via social network
Most Helpful Reviews
Overall great player - I have been using this app through several versions. It does what’s promised, responds well and has no major flaws. An improvement would be to display the file name as an option or at least on startup.
收费app 还没事就提示评分 我只能给1分 - 收费app 还没事就提示评分 我只能给1分 app用得好 我自然会来写好评 我讨厌提示用户评分的软件 不论出于什么目的 软件本身已经支付了费用 作为用户是没有义务来评分的 还提示评分 我只能填写 “hate"
More Reviews for Current Version
全螢幕會有顆粒 - 全螢幕會有顆粒，請改善
Doesn’t work at all. - I got some pretty big movie wmv files to play on this player, with the hope that finally I could enjoy the movies, it turned out that the videos just appear as weird colored blocks on this player. Besides the graphics, you then hear a crazy loud sound that breaks your ears even though I set the volume to 10%. It doesn’t work at all, and what’s worse is it’s not free.
Bad picture quality - Seems like it could be a nice player, but on the two movies I've tried it on, the picture quality is much worse than Movist. Looks like a misapplied filter or something. If that problem was fixed, this looks very promising.
Functional but a little buggy - Volume adjustment is reversed on Macs that set natural scrolling direction.
No automatic subtitle matching. - I thought this mac version of SPlayer should have the same automatic subtitle matching function it has on windows version but unfortunately it does NOT. Just a heads up for anyone who wants it to perform how it works on windows. Other than that, it is just a normal media player, nothing special.