The list of supported formats encompasses both major audio and video codecs and does a good job of trying to differentiate itself from the competition. One of the best features is that the player will remember your settings per video, so if you quit the app in the middle of playing, it'll restart it with the exact same settings as before.
Subtitles are fully customizable, including color, font, and size, and it can stream in content from the Internet. The app also works on both Windows and Linux, and it's supported in more than 20 languages. There's also a karaoke filter, so you can remove the audio track.
What's New in This Release:
Fix for Youtube.
New option to shut down the computer when playback has finished.
The themes and skin icons are loaded from resource files (*.rcc).
New fix for searching subtitles from opensubtitles.org that should return more results.