Adobe Flash Professional CS6
Quicktime Player is a multimedia player that was developed by Apple and is integrated into Mac OS X and apple iTunes. Quicktime player is compatible with windows operating systems as well, namely Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. This program is a standalone application in Windows platforms. Quicktime Player supports these video file formats: Quicktime Movie; AVI; MPEG; DV; 3GPP; and 3GPP2. Here The audio file formats supported by Quicktime Player include: Itunes audio; SD2, WAV; AMR; SND; CORE AUDIO; MP3; AU; and AIFF. Users can add some components to enable Quicktime player to support other file formats, such as Flash video, ASF, DivX Media format, OGG and Matroska. This application can be downloaded for free, but if users require comprehensive video editing features like converting files to other format, then it is recommended to upgrade their subscription to Quicktime Player Pro. This is packed with H.264 technology that consumes less storage space and bandwidth but plays high resolution videos.
Media Player Classic
Media Player Classic is a famous and widely-used media player software which is purportedly considered as similar to Windows Media Player, based on the function and interface design. Programmed by Gabest, his media player functions primarily by allowing users to watch video or listen to an audio track such as songs through Microsoft Windows of 32 or 64 bit systems. This is integrated with K-Lite Codec Pack, which is a set of codecs and tools reliably working as encoders and decoders of a variety of audio and video file formats. Aside from that, it is also created with Combined Community Codec Pack. File formats accepted for encoding and decoding include the following: MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MP4, AAC, AMR (QuickTime) and Flash video formats (videos), and AC3, 3GP, LPCM, OGG, and OGM (audios). Along with audios and videos, this media player also supports recording or playback of TV using a downloaded TV tuner, and burns videos to DVDs. All files supported are played through Windows PCs, Windows mobile phones, and Mac OS X.
VideoLan VLC Media player
VideoLan VLC Media player is a multi-media player software that is considered to be an open source and cross platform multimedia player with framework. Thus, a product that can play most of the standard files of multimedia plus CDs, DVDs and VCDs. It also plays different streaming protocols, supported applications or devices and webcams. There is also the ability to play audios of various codecs even if there are no codec packs included: MPEG-2, WebM, MP3, WMV and MKV. This software works on most Windows computers, Mac OS X PCs, Linux and well as Unix. In addition, there is descryption for DVD which is executed via the libdvdcss library. It also has playback control support for all computers compatible with it using libcdio or libvcdinfo. On Mac computers, this media player can grab audios and videos from EyeTV applications and other devices that capture EyeTV data. On GNU and Linux, it supports encoding cards that are compatible with V4L2 and MPEG-2 which are Visiontech Kfir and Hauppage WinTV-PVR 250-350.
Real Player is a universal media player for video and audio that was developed by Real Networks in 1995. The player can read all media formats including, but not limited to, Flash, FLV, AVI, RM, WAV, WMA, MPEG, MP4 and MP3. The files can then be saved or copied to different devices such as iPad, iPod, iPhone, Xbox, Smartphones and PS3. Simple editing is also possible so music and videos can be shortened to save space. It also features a one-click video download option that allows users to copy and save web videos with just a single click. Additionally, users can bookmark videos in RealPlayer. It features a media library where users can easily organize media files and sort them with ease. It allows social media sharing and private mode viewing. System requirements include 1.4 GHz CPU, 1 GB RAM and 1.5 GB free space.