AVI, VCD, Video Player
for Mac OS X

MacVCD X Video Player for Mac OS X
MacVCD X - video player for Mac OS X

Discover the easy way to play AVI, VCD, SVCD* and almost everything else with this easy to use video media player software for Mac OS X. Play VCD, SVCD*, AVI*, DivX*, WMV*, MPEG, video, Quicktime movies and more with MacVCD X



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MacVCD X is video player software for your Mac that offers all the playback features you need – plays everything, full screen, TV playback, Photo VCD, Karaoke VCD, video saving – and the ease of use you really want from a video player for your OS X Macintosh.

Key Features:

Take advantage of being able to play almost any video format. MacVCD plays everything, including MPEG, AVI*, DivX*, XviD*, WMV*, VCD, Quicktime Movie (.mov) and DV
Use every Playback window option you can think of – full screen or small screen with the re-sizeable playback window, floating playback window so you can watch movies while you work, TV playback, preserve aspect ratio (black bands on sides) or stretch to fit screen
Video saving – Save VCDs as Self Contained Quicktime movies to play from hard disk and save battery life, Save VCDs as Reference Quicktime movies to play favorite scenes
Basic editing – remove commercials or make favorite scenes movie
Discover the easy way to play VCD or SVCD* With automatic VCD format recognition and file chaining, auto play and auto eject, you can play a VCD with just one step
Watch multi-language VCD, Photo VCD andKaraoke VCD
Use advanced playback controls including track selection, slow motion, fast motion, backwards playback, zoom and pan
Choose between multiple playback control options – Menu, Controller, Keyboard and Hands Free™ speech activated controls
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