DVDFab Media Player for Mac
DVDFab Media Player is a Mac OS X application designed to help you playback a large number of media file formats, including Blu-ray disks. The app is able to open DVD discs or ISO image files, but can also handle more popular formats, such as AVI, FLV, MKV, M4V, MPG, MP4, MOV, WMV, SWF, and many others.
Easy to use media player featuring a minimalist interface design
The DVDFab Media Player user interface is represented by a simple window where you can visualize your video. However, the app also allows you to activate a panel on the right side of the main window where you can view all the files added to the playback queue.
Keep in mind that you cannot save playlists and that DVDFab Media Player does not preserve the added files between sessions. What’s more, you cannot load entire folders: you must select each file manually.
Like any other media players, DVDFab Media Player comes with a controller that includes basic functionalities: adjust the volume, play, stop, fast forward or fast rewind, go to start / end, toggle the playlist panel, and a slider bar depicting the playback progress.
Customize the way in which you see the video, add subtitles, and modify the playback speed
Via the DVDFab Media Player Control menu you can easily adjust the video ratio and direction, or modify the image colors. The same area enables you to quickly load subtitle files for your videos or to effortlessly adjust the playback speed.
Further customization options are included in the Preferences window where you can change the app’s behavior when a disk is inserted, setup the default Blu-ray region code, decide which file types should be associated with the player by default, and much more.
Unpolished media player that can handle Blu-rays, DVD disks, ISO images and other file formats
DVDFab Media Player is designed to playback high quality video content and comes with an user friendly design, but during our test, which was performed on a 2GHz Intel core Duo iMac with 6GB RAM, the app crashed several times.
Moreover, you do not have the possibility to save playlists and the app does not remember the videos that you’ve added between session.