Zoom Player 2.60 Beta 2

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News del 03 Maggio 02 Autore: fabionapoli
Corposo aggiornamento per questo incredibile e gratuito visualizzatore di files multimediali.

  • New File Navigator Interface. The File Navigator Interface allows you to navigate your entir file system using simple keystrokes which can be mapped to a remote control device. Using the UP/DOWN arrows you cycle through the available files in the current directory, using the ENTER key you pick which file to play or Enter/Exit directories. Using the RIGHT/LEFT keys you switch between file and drive selection. Pressing ENTER on a drive will set it to it's root dir, otherwise it will go to it's last recalled path.
  • New LCD Communication Interface. While not directly controlling LCD devices, this interface allows external programs to use certain Zoom Player playback information for LCD display. See "zplcd100.zip" for more information.
  • New "External" entry on the Options dialog.
  • You can now set the WinDVD DeInterlace and Audio Output modes. These settings only take effect if the WinDVD filters are not currently active (playing some video) and may not work with the trial version of WinDVD.
  • You can now set the PowerDVD DeInterlace and Audio Output modes. These settings only take effect if the PowerDVD filters are not currently active (playing some video) and may not work with all versions of PowerDVD.
  • Faster Folder/DVD image resize code. Not as good at downsizing compared to the previous filtering code, but it's A LOT faster and the image still looks very good. It also gives better quality when upsizing the image.
  • Faster Gradient draws (skin script).
  • The Ctrl+"B" Cycle Subtitle track function will now work for subtitles displayed using VobSub.
  • The Shift+"B" Disable Subtitle function will now work for
    subtitles displayed using VobSub.
  • New "/CD:[n]" Command Line Parameter to set the Active CD/DVD drive. Example: "zplayer.exe /CD:F" will set the Active CD/DVD to drive "F".
  • New "/ADD:[path]" Command Line Parameter that adds entire paths to the play list. For Example: "c:program fileszplayerzplayer.exe" "/add:e:my video files" Notice the "", if this parameter isn't encased, spaces in the given path would be considered a different parameter.
  • New keyboard/remote mapping function "exInterface" to explicitly Toggle specific interfaces.
  • New DVD Setting "Assume DVD Menu at all times". This setting will make Zoom Player assume you're in a DVD Menu at all times forcing the arrow keys to work only as menu navigation controls. This is useful for problematic discs which seem to confuse DirectShow into thinking they are not in a DVD Menu while they are in fact in one. When this setting is enabled, you can't use the Arrow keys to position the video in DVD Mode, however, you can still use the Shift+Arrow keys to perform the same task.
  • New "Set as Default" button on the Overlay Colors dialog that allows you to save the current Overlay Color settings as the default values which are used each time you press the "Restore Default" button.
  • The mouse double click can now be assigned to Toggle the Overlay Color Control interface.
  • The Media mode "Subtitle" context-menu entry has been changed to "Language". It should now behave exactly as the Media Player "Language" entry works, and as such should also display OGG Audio/Video selection entries.
  • As per the change above, OGG stream selection should now work. If both OGG and VobSub are in use, OGG takes precedent. So make sure your ogg subtitles are actually within the OGG file.
  • You can now set the CD/DVD drive through the "DVD->Zoom Player 2.60 Beta 2 - immagine 2VD Values" interface. This is EXACTLY the same setting as the one at "Values & Tools->Interface", I duplicated the setting so people could find it when looking for it in a DVD Context.
  • You can now associate the M3U play list extension.
  • You can now disable the Mouse Cursor from Auto-Hiding. Also,
    the Auto-Hide setting for the Control Bar has been moved next to the "Hide in [n] Seconds" value in order to make it more accessible.
  • The Volume Increase/Decrease keys has been changed from "Home"/"End" to Shift+"Home"/Shift+"End". I've also changed the play previous/next files in directory keys from "PgUp"/"PgDn" to Shift+"PgUp"/Shift+"PgDn" The idea behind these changes is that now these keys are available for use in the navigation interfaces.
  • Modified the DVD Menu detection code once again, this time it's a hybrid between the old system and the newer system, hopefully this should work best with most discs, especially the odd ones with very deep menus which confuse directshow.
  • Fixed a skin issue with the Volume and Rate bars.
  • Going in and out of fullscreen mode no longer breaks Drag&Drop onto the Play List editor.
  • Pressing Space in Checkbox lists should no longer jump to different settings.
  • Enter key now works in the Play List Editor and the Chapter/Bookmark editor to play an Item.
  • Removing items from the play list, no longer interferes with the playback order.
  • Removing the currently playing video from the Play List will now stop playback and close the video.
  • Fixed list index out of bounds error when opening play list files
    with Random Play enabled.
  • Exiting Zoom Player while in Zoom/Fullscreen mode will no longer set the window position to the top left corner.
  • Mute status is now remembered upon exiting Zoom Player.
  • Opening a Directory will no longer add files that contain acceptable extensions as part of their base names.
    For example, this file name is no longer considered valid: "my.avi.list.txt".
  • Deleting items through the Play List Navigator is now works

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Compatibile con Windows 95/98/Me/NT/XP/2000

Licenza Freeware

Autore InMatrix

Data dell'aggiornamento 05/03/2002
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