This Is Why KMPlayer Is So Famous!

KMPlayer, or formerly K-Multimedia, is a lightweight and versatile media player with many quirky functions and user-friendly options. Above all, the highly functional media player covers many file formats, including MP4 (unlike VLC) and MKV, has subtitle support and playback speed controls for speeding up or slowing down videos. It is considered an extremely capable alternative to VLC and boasts itself as more of a well-rounded media platform.

KMPlayer was exclusively developed for Windows and is still believed to run best on this operating system, but they slowly released versions for macOS, Android over the years after its release in 2002. Now many users are successfully using KM Players from a range of operating systems with great enjoyment.  

Unlike VLC, KMPlayer has an excellent user interface. When compared to the greatest media  players like VLC, the user interface of KMPlayer is very eye-catching. Clearly, effort has gone into making it a media platform where the library view has a variety of sorting options, and users can easily manage their files and viewing experience. Advanced noise processing functions such as noise reduction or image processing functions such as high-speed mode can be freely adjusted on the interface too. Many codecs support features such as 3D, 4K, and UDU ensure users get high definition viewing are also a feature, straight out of the box.  

As for additional user experience options, KMPlayer has some quirky additions like allowing users to set audio or visual effects such as slowing down or speeding up media, skipping, or selecting favorite parts of a video, or doing A/B repeating. A/B repeating is where you can replay a specific section of media repeatedly. You can also program the keys to the remote. 

In addition to the basic controls it offers, the top menu bar of the KMPlayer offers far more advanced features. While watching a movie, if you ever need to change subtitles, audio tracks or need another option, you can simply head over to the Controls menu and from there you can easily adjust them as you see fit. The Headphones & Speakers and Video menus provide advanced options for audio and video effects. If the image color is not good, you can simply go to the Tools menu, select Effects and adjust Color, Brightness, Comparison and other settings. 

Other nice features include cloud storage support, a video capture function, sub-title function support in a wide variety of formats, and language support for over 24 countries. Users can also capture audio, recordings, videos, and screenshots.