sPlayer offers you the possibility to play more than one media resource at the same time while making the most of the available desktop space. The media player can handle popular video and audio file formats.
Unsophisticated media player that comes with playlist support
To start listening or watching content using sPlayer, you must either drag and drop the media files on top of the app’s main window, or activate the playlist panel and go through the Finder menu to add new entries to the list.
Note that each played video or audio will be automatically added to the playlist, but you can easily remove them at any time.
To help you control the playback, sPlayer features an auto-hiding toolbar that enables you to monitor the track’s progress, to adjust the volume, to pause or start the playing, to jump forward or backward on the track, or to resize the video image to match the window size. The player also offers you the possibility to rotate the videos.
Media player that can handle popular video or audio file formats
sPlayer is able to play both video and audio files, such as MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, FLV, OGV, MP3, WAV, FLAC, and so on. The player should also be able to work with image files (JPG, PNG, BMP, or TIFF), but during our test we have only been able to save video snapshots as PNG files.
For your convenience, sPlayer comes with hotkeys for most of the control tools, so you can easily manage the track without using your mouse or activating the player toolbar or the playlist panel.
User-friendly media player that still needs some work
sPlayer offers you the possibility to play multiple videos or audio files at the same time, works with some of the most popular audio and video file formats, and features an intuitive design. However, during our test, sPlayer failed to load subtitle or image files.