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Movist is a movie player for Mac OS X based on QuickTime and FFmpeg. Movist For Mac is an easy-to-use and powerful movie player. You can choose QuickTime or FFmpeg as a decoder for each video codec and reopen with other decoders instantly. Movist supports many useful features to enjoy movies including H.264 video decode acceleration, digital audio out (S/PDIF), high-quality subtitles, full-screen navigation, convenient & beautiful user interface and so on.
Movist 2 Features
- MacBook Pro TouchBar support
- A whole new user interface
- Internet video playback support
- You can play the video of the website on the show. It also supports subtitles, and you can also choose quality.
- We also offer Safari extensions for your convenience. Please see below for more details.
- Support for HEVC acceleration in macOS 10.13 High Sierra
- 10-bit video output support
- More accurate image color support
- QuickTime decoder support
- Support for selecting multiple video tracks
- You can select multiple video tracks. This is useful if you need to view several video tracks together, for example, if the front and rear images of a car black box are included as individual tracks in a single file.
- Hold down the Option key as you select additional tracks. Windows open separately for each track.
- Audio output device selection support
- Support various effects of ASS (.ass) subtitles
- Support for the ruby effect of SAMI (.smi) subtitles
- PGS (.sup) subtitle support
- Supports multiple subtitle track selections
- You can select multiple subtitle tracks. This is useful if you want to see subtitles in multiple languages together.
(However, positioned subtitles, such as ASS, PGS, and VobSub, can be overlaid at the same location)
Also, if you select multiple video tracks, you can also select subtitles for each video window.
- Hold down the Option key as you select additional tracks.
- Support subtitle speaking
- Text-based subtitles are read aloud. You can adjust the volume and speed, and you can also speak and not show on the screen.
- Support thumbnail view of mouse position in the navigation bar
- Search and sort support in playlists
- We excluded features that have not yet been implemented.
2.0 beta22 changes
- Added section repeat function
- Add shortcut key preferences
- Add media title display setting to window title bar
- Adding Preferred Video Quality Settings When Opening Internet Media
- Add Last Time Restore setting when media opens
- Fixed the problem that the last playback time is not restored when Windows is restored
- Improved navigation accuracy
- Improved playback and navigation of music files
- Support for opening multiple music files
- Other things to fix
OS X 10.10 or later 64-bit