Elmedia Video Player for Mac – One App for all Your MultiMedia Needs

Elmedia Video Player for Mac offers a wide range of features to meet all your multimedia needs. You can stream directly to Smart TV or Apple TV also, read about it in detail over here.

Macs are great for productivity, and at the same time, they are capable enough to entertain us. But their power is of no use if you don’t have an equally powerful media player. There are many freeware media player apps available for Mac, but they have certain limitations when it comes to quality playback. Also, free software is usually not secured enough as they need to make money out of somewhere. That’s where Elmedia Video Player attracts our attention.

It is a simple yet mighty Video Player for all your multimedia needs. Whether it is music playback or 4K streaming, Elmedia handles everything flawlessly. To give you a detailed idea of what it offers, let’s scroll south to its in-depth review.

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Elmedia Video Player for Mac – Review

Design, UI, and navigation

Like always, the first thing I notice in any app or tool is its design and navigation. If an app requires more than 30 seconds of users time to search for the feature, it instantly turns me off. Thankfully, Elmedia has done a great job keeping the navigation incredibly simple. You can immediately find what you are looking for within the Video Player.

Playlist management

Playlist in Elmedia Mac Video Player

The app offers built-in playlist management for videos and audio files. You can create and customize your playlists the way you want. Whether it is a group of video files or tonnes of songs, you can create as many playlists as you want. You can then access them depending on your mood. This is pretty handy for people that work on their Mac all the time, and they don’t want to waste their time searching for songs and videos.

Control the playback

Control Playback Speed in Elmedia Video Player on Mac

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The Elmedia Video Player also has a feature to control the playback speed. If you find a video boring in particular part, you can increase the speed or scroll it forward. Besides that, you can also sync the subtitles. Many videos have subtitles, but they are not correctly synced. It either appears before or after the dialogue is delivered. This syncing issue can spoil the fun of the movie, but fortunately, you can correct it with Elmedia Video Player.

Chromecast, AirPlay, and DLNA streaming

Use Elmedia Mac Video Player wtih Chromecast, AirPlay, and DLNA streaming

You may have thought that the features mentioned above are offered by most of the media players. But they do not provide Chromecast, AirPlay, and DLNA streaming. That’s where Elmedia sets itself apart from most of its competitors. You can play locally saved files on your Mac to Apple TV, or other smart TV using Elmedia Video Player. We rightfully titled the post as “One app for all your media needs.”

Streaming compatibility and File type support

The Video Player also supports almost every audio and video file type. On top of that, it also supports 4K video streaming. Combine all this with Chromecast and AirPlay; you get a full-fledged video player to cater all your multimedia requirements. To describe a few, the app has full support for AVI, FLV, SWF, MP4, WMV, MOV, MP3, DAT, FLAC, M4V, MPG, DivX, and MKV. And yes, you can also stream online videos from sites like YouTube, Vimeo, and Dailymotion.

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Pricing and Download

Looking at the features and reliability, the full version of the app isn’t available for free. Though you can use the app for free with limited features, if you need advanced tools to get the most out of it, there are different purchase plans:

  • Personal: $19.95
  • Family: $39.95
  • Business: $29.95

Additional support offers

  • Add lifetime upgrades guarantee: $9.95
  • Add Urgent Support Plan: $15.00/year

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Signing off…

Having tried Elmedia Video Player for a while now, I can firmly say that the app delivers what it says. Whether it is about streaming videos from YouTube, or watching a 4K movie with subtitles, the video player has stood up to my expectations. But like always, I’ll always recommend readers to try the free version first, and then decide to go with the pro version.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.
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