Zoom Player, by Inmatrix Media Solutions, is a media player specifically for Windows computers and tablets. It supports a wide range of video, audio, image, and interactive formats. In this article, we cover Zoom Player reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Download now.
Zoom Player Pricing
Zoom Player pricing is based on a free edition and two paid licensing options: Zoom Player Max ($29.95/license), and Zoom Player Max Lifetime ($79.95/license). The main difference between the options is the length of free upgrade support provided.
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Family packs are also available at $71.99 for three Zoom Player Max licenses and $104.95 for five Zoom Player Max licenses. Each license includes one year of free upgrades.
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Summary of Zoom Player Reviews
As of the date this article was written (May 07, 2019), there are no up-to-date Zoom Player reviews online. If you are a past or current Zoom Player customer, leave a review to help others who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Zoom Player Features
Check out the list below of some of Zoom Player’s features:
- Supports multiple video, audio, image, and interactive formats
- 10-band equalizer with digital preAmp and presets
- Video post-processing (deinterlacing, sharpening, etc.)
- Scene-cut interface
- Video orbiting
- HTML, Flash, and QuickTime interactivity
- Audio visualizations
- And more
Zoom Player FAQs
What video format does Zoom Player support?
Zoom Player supports a wide variety of video formats including DVD, Blue-ray, Matroska, MPEG2 Transport, AOMedia Video 1, H.264 & AVCHD, H.25 & HEVC, WebM, XVID, DIVX, AVI, Flash Video, Windows Media, QuickTime, Ogg Movie, Theora, Real Media, VideoCD, Super VideoCD, MPEG, MPEG2 Program, MPEG4, MPEG4 ISO, General Exchange Format, Material Exchange Format, Media Center DVR, CamCorder, Digital Video, Cellphone 3GPP, and Motion JPEG.
Can Zoom Player be downloaded to other platforms like Mac computers?
No. Currently, Zoom Player is only accessible from Windows-operated computers and tablets. It does not support other platforms yet.
Here is a list of some of Zoom Player’s popular integrations: