While KMPlayer has a lot of obvious and easy-to-use features, it also provides many more that you likely don’t know about. These features not only extend the efficiency of KMPlayer, but they also make it one of the most powerful media players on the planet:
Another awesome feature in KMPlayer is the ability to control and sync subtitles. In fact, you can even add your own. To do this, you need to open the Subtitle Explorer from the Main menu. When you do this, you’ll be presented with a list of the current subtitles included in the media that you’re viewing, even if you do this in real-time. Once inside the Subtitle Explorer, you can change, remove, or add subtitles and even change at what times they appear on the screen.
Customizable Audio Settings
Audio is one of the most important components to a good viewing experience when watching a movie, but the sad truth is that some movies just don’t have the right sound. This could be because the audio in the movie was recorded poorly, the equipment you’re using to listen to the movie might not be the best, or the room you’re viewing in might have poor acoustics. Thankfully, many of these issues can be solved within KMPlayer.
Within the Preferences menu, you have the ability to select the Audio Processing option and make changes to things like volume and equalization, but you also have advanced options that allow you to make changes to things like reverb based on the room you’re in and filters that cancel out harsh tones that may be affected by your computer’s speaker system. When you play around with these options, you can often get the best sound possible, making your movie-watching experience all that much better.
Support for 3D Movies
3D is still one of the most innovative technologies available today in media, but sadly, most media players can’t provide support for 3D; thankfully, KMPlayer does offer 3D compatibility. To access this, you’ll need to download and install the 3D Service Plus app in KMPlayer. This will give you access to all kinds of 3D content, including videos by Discovery 3D World. You can also change 3D settings while playing back a 3D movie by right-clicking on the screen. A menu will pop up that offers you the chance to change different 3D technologies and even add on support for 3D apps.
Don’t forget to check out VLC Media Player for more easy multimedia experiences!