VSO Media Player 1.3.9.469

Play various music and video files, including decrypted Blu-ray disks.  VSO Media player works all by itself, no need to install additional software or codecs for files to be supported. VSO Media player has special made support for reading DVD and Blu-ray structure.

Free Video Player

  • One player to read all your audio and video files
  • 100% free
  • No adware and spyware, or toolbars

Easy to use

  • Drag and drop support
  • File navigation panel to jump from title to title
  • Create playlists
  • add files and save as a playlist to use again later
  • Remembers your last playback position
  • No additional codecs needed
  • reads all video files without additional downloads
  • All-in-on package
  • Free flv player
  • Supports various audio file formats: mp3, wma, FLAC, and more

Blu-ray & DVD compatible

  • Specially designed to be compatible with blu-ray files and folders
  • If reading a blu-ray disk from your optical drive a decryptor maybe needed such as AnyDVD
  • Supports multi-angle + multi-version
  • Reads DVD and AVCHD .ISO files
  • Excellent HD Player and Free bluray player

Advanced settings

  • Edit the settings of Text subtitles: font, color, size, etc.
  • Control image: brightness, contrast, etc.
  • Use GDI or Direct3D
  • Switch from GDI or Direct3D settings to see which works best on your computer giving you the best quality, or using less resources
  • Cuda support
  • video card acceleration with support for nVidia video cards
  • Multicore support
  • Increased stability for smooth playback
  • Audio booster included
  • Available in many languages

Download: VSO Media Player 1.3.9.469 | 19.4 MB (Freeware)
View: VSO Media Player Website | Release Notes

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"No additional codecs needed
reads all video files without additional downloads
Reads DVD and AVCHD .ISO files"

Hah...that's a laugh. First DVD I tried to play, I get an error: "This disc may be protected," telling me I need ANOTHER download (like AnyDVD) in order to read it. "No additional codecs needed," my foot.

Ace said,
AnyDVD is not a codec.

That's true, Ace...but, even after I downloaded AnyDVD, DVD's STILL wouldn't play.

Oops, my bad. It wasn't "AnyDVD" that I downloaded, but something called "DVD43." (A plugin). Didn't make any difference, though--DVD's still wouldn't play.