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 Gom Player
Oct 23 2007, 07:42 AM
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File Name: Gom Player
File Submitter: marko
File Submitted: 23 Oct 2007
File Updated: 27 Apr 2010
File Category: Video Players & Editors
Will Run On: 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7

With GOM, youŽll experience something youŽve never seen in the past with other media players. GOM supports all kinds of features for highly advanced users who desire to watch video clips at the best quality. Try one of your broken AVI files with GOM that other media players couldnŽt play.
GOM Player supports most of the condecs (AVI, DAT, MPEG, DivX, and plus more) by its own embedded codec system that you wonŽt have to look for appropriate codecs everytime when you canŽt play a certain video format.

For those codecs that require license that cannot be distributed, GOM will automatically lead you to a open-source codec web-site.

Watch video files while you are downloading them! GOM has a registered patent For playing broken AVI format or AVI video files that are being Downloded. So try one of your broken AVI files or The one that you are downloading right now. YouŽll find it amazing!

GOM support a lot of advanced features for advanced users. You can customize this players only for you by setting toggle keys for yourself select VMR modes, Set detail resolution. Overlay mixer features AVI key frame based RW/FF optimized buffer for streaming automatic ASF source filter and many more!

What's New
Modified source filter of MP3 local files

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