DVDFab Media Player

DVDFab Media Player 10.0

Plays Blu-ray movies, also supports 4k videos and playback capacity
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4.1  (15 votes)
10.0.6.5 (See all)

DVDFab Media Player supports playing video of up to a resolution of 4K. It is mainly intended to play DVD and Blu-ray movies. The program comes in two playback modes: PC and TV, which are quite different from the visual point of view. While set in PC mode, the product certainly looks like many other players out there. It has a minimalistic and stylish look and even supports changing skins. However, if you start it in TV mode, its interface resembles more that of a TV with video playback support.

The player supports a long list of media file types, which logically includes such popular formats as MP4, MKV, MOV, and VOB. Likewise, it allows opening DVD and Blu-ray discs directly from the reader as well as from a folder or an image file. In this respect, the quality of the playback is great without the delays that may occur when playing large files. It also comes with most of the features that accompany this kind of software, such as subtitles and effects.

The program is also very powerful when it comes to sound quality. Thus, it can process lossless audio, like Dolby Atmos, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master and DTS:X, without difficulty. In this regard, I appreciate it supports up to 7.1 channel output.

All in all, DVDFab Media Player guarantees such an excellent media playback that it can satisfy even the most demanding users. However, it may lack some of the features that you can find in other products of its type. For instance, it does not support playing 3D, 360-degree clips or streaming video. The player can be tried for free and two editions are available: Standard and Ultra.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • Two playback modes
  • Supports high resolution videos
  • Plays DVD and Blu-ray video directly from disc, a folder or an image file
  • Excellent video and audio playback quality

Cons

  • Cannot play streaming video
  • Does not support 3D and 360-degree video
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