Windows Full VersionJun 15, 2014

Free Zoom Player Pro (100% discount)

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Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-computer lifetime license, for home use
  • No free updates; if you update the program, you may lose it
  • No free tech support
  • Must be downloaded, installed, and registered before this offer is over -- you cannot register later
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help
Technical Details
  • Developed by InMatrix
  • Version is v9.0.2
  • Download size is 11.1 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/53

Zoom Player Pro is a media player for Windows that allows you to play pretty much all video and audio files, plus supports DVD and Blu-ray playback.

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  1. WildCat

    Reply to this comment#28

    [@ArtKns] Thanks for the heads up! Description makes it look like a decent program. But it is not “decent” if it’s hiding EULA’s and going to install crap ware on your PC. BTW… did you happen to take any screenshots of what you described in your post? Ashraf might be interested in seeing them. Out of curiosity, did you try installing it with the /NOCANDY command line? Again, thanks for the warning!

  2. alain

    Reply to this comment#27

    mERCI BEAUCOUP.

  3. Mike S.

    Reply to this comment#26

    [@ArtKns] Thanks for the advisory/warning . . . .

  4. ArtKns

    Reply to this comment#25

    I think not. I downloaded and installed this exact same offer on May 30.
    After the installation I found a large number of surprises (all bad), problems and instances of outright misleading information.

    There is one innocuous EULA that must be accepted during installation. However, ### AFTER ### installation, I found ### SEVEN ADDITIONAL EULAs ### that were implicitly accepted but had NOT appeared in the installer. This included the Open candy EULA (license_4_oc.txt). Open Candy calls home with your usage patterns, pushes ads and, if you are not careful and always stay on your toes, installs adware/malware.

    Bastardized install limitations: Either all Work files must be put under Windows appl data folder or into single limited folder for XP. No other options allowed.

    The installer installed “Zoom Player Install Center” (1 MB) even though I told it not to.

    The 11 MB download expands to a 76 MB install (without additional codecs). Of that, 63 MB is bmp image bloat. For example, well over half of the installation (42 MB) is in just seven bmp files! That’s 6 MB each. Converting to jpg versions would have resulted in a 98% to 99% reduction (50 to 100 KB each)! These images are just simple background texture images (5) or the Zoom play button (2), many of them near duplicates, and have no critical function. Such blatant waste is a huge indictment of the quality of design and programming of the app.

    Zoom includes WM-DRM (Windows Media Digital Rights Management) malware components. Trying to play “Secure Content” could result in mandatory updates and/or DLs In addition, under certain conditions, a required update may delete “all existing Windows Media DRM licenses” forcing you to “reacquire DRM licenses” (a euphemism for repurchase). [http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976590]

    The app defines 321 Hotkeys(!!!) which will probably destroy tons of other apps’ hotkeys.

    Zoom still uses the obsolete *.icl container for icons.

    There’s probably more but I didn’t want to spend any more time with this program.

  5. Edu

    Reply to this comment#24OLD COMMENT

    This is the best video player I ‘ve ever seen.
    It runs smoothly and gives a wonderful imagem when I connect my PC to a TV screen.
    Much easyer to use than Windows media player.
    Thanks Inmatrix and SharewareOnSale for this offer.

  6. Cyril

    Reply to this comment#23OLD COMMENT

    Very nice thankz! Feed back:- It crashes on 1 video and says [ '{' is not a valid GUID value. ]

  7. ek

    Reply to this comment#22OLD COMMENT

    This is one of my favorite players. I use it for video playback. Thank you for this give away!

  8. Rick_P

    Reply to this comment#21OLD COMMENT

    I really like this player. I use it to watch videos all the time

  9. fu-ken chin

    Reply to this comment#20OLD COMMENT

    Giveaway period for this software is over.please check our web-site for a new giveaway.Please give me the code for Activating

  10. Ernie F

    Reply to this comment#19OLD COMMENT

    What bait and switch tactic are you referring to? Here is what is posted on InMatrix website: “BluRay support is limited to main movie playback of unencrypted content.
    To detect the main movie, the BluRay playlist folder is scanned for the longest playlist (which Zoom Player assumes to be the main movie). It may be possible for the BluRay image to contain non-HD content (such as a documentary) that is longer than the movie itself. In such cases you can tweak the settings below to improve the main movie detection………….”
    But you are correct that VCL will play Blu-Ray files, too.

  11. Ernie F

    Reply to this comment#18OLD COMMENT

    [@Kamui] It is not Ashraf that is determining the ‘one time’ install time limit. That is how and why many giveaways are presented by the software developer/company. The software developer/company is offering a free install of a commercial product for a ‘limited time’ to expand the user base and to encourage users to purchase the next upgrade version if they find program is useful.
    However, If you follow the offers on S.O.S you will see many of the really good programs like Glary Utilities and Zoom Player are offered several times a year. That way you can frequently upgrade to the next version for “free”. The “price you pay” is to check out give-away sites like S.O.S. on a regular basis [like everyday] to see what is being offered. That’s the whole idea for the give-away sites. The more hits, the more downloads, the more likely they will be in business to feed us more ‘freebies’. Which in turn makes it more likely they can feed us more ‘freebies’. Its a ‘win-win-win’ situation. See how it works?
    So stop fusing a limited install time and download/install what seems useful. Then give us your honest feedback on what you like about the software and how it could be improved.

  12. mizdoc

    Reply to this comment#17OLD COMMENT

    Can’t open this. Get error messge;
    nis.sf.net/NSKS_Error

  13. wdhpr

    Reply to this comment#16OLD COMMENT

    [@arvid]

    I hate this bait and switch crap! I can use VLC which play bluray files just fine.

  14. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#15OLD COMMENT

    [@phil] Thanks for the tip.

    [@Kamui] Unfortunately, if we did that then we wouldn’t have very many giveaways.

  15. Kamui

    Reply to this comment#14OLD COMMENT

    “Must be downloaded, installed, and registered before this offer is over — you cannot register later”

    Ashraf sometimes I think you must stop release ^ those kind of offers. This one time install is so frustrating.

  16. phil

    Reply to this comment#13OLD COMMENT

    for bluray try this one freeplayer

    http://www.aunplayer.com/

  17. arvid

    Reply to this comment#12OLD COMMENT

    this cannot handle bluray. and asked me to upgrade to their Max version ( around 35 bucks ). I will uninstall…not impressed.

  18. Gandalf

    Reply to this comment#11OLD COMMENT

    [@Gandalf] Answering my own question: I went ahead and installed the software – nope, not portable, in case anyone wants to know without going through the installation process.

  19. Gandalf

    Reply to this comment#10OLD COMMENT

    If I choose the legacy mode install, is this program portable? (The installer explains “legacy mode” as installing the whole program to one folder, but I am wondering if the program will be truly portable if installed this way onto a USB stick.) Thanks.

  20. Jose

    Reply to this comment#9OLD COMMENT

    Hello, I am using in the past and is a very impressible, load a lot of video formats, have a lot of options for better playing and is very easy to use

  21. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#8OLD COMMENT

    @Everyone: My apologies for the wrong directions. I failed. The program is actually pre-activated and pre-registered — no need to active or register it!

  22. jipy

    Reply to this comment#7OLD COMMENT

    [@Guenther Wetzel] you DON’T NEED to register: just run the program and look at the top of the window, the version “PRO” is pre-registred : “Zoom Player PRO – Giveaway v8.6.1″

  23. Guenther Wetzel

    Reply to this comment#6OLD COMMENT

    Today I have downloaded and installed Free Zoom Player Pro from your page. Contrary to your information there was no readme-file so that I could not register. Please give me information how I could manage registration in time. Thanks in advance
    G. Wetzel

  24. ghudak

    Reply to this comment#5OLD COMMENT

    Download did NOT contain a read.me file. Now how do I registrar it? BTW, did not see any drop downs within program to do it.

  25. sergo

    Reply to this comment#4OLD COMMENT

    No key

  26. BenAsp

    Reply to this comment#3OLD COMMENT

    It’s software.

  27. jipy

    Reply to this comment#2OLD COMMENT

    No trouble registering and activating because there is nothing to do; all operations are automatic and there is no “read-me” text in the zip file.

    Thanks Ashraf and take care.

    About the soft itself: I ‘ve tryed a lot of free softs and I think this one is the better. I use the free version for 2 years. I can’t say now what are the differences between the free and Pro version… let’s see…

  28. Garry Brandrick

    Reply to this comment#1OLD COMMENT

    Hi there team, have been using your site for about 6 months now and so far I am really impressed with the format and ease of use

    Thanks

    Garry Brandrick

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-computer lifetime license, for home use
  • No free updates; if you update the program, you may lose it
  • No free tech support
  • Must be downloaded, installed, and registered before this offer is over — you cannot register later
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help

Technical Details

  • Developed by InMatrix
  • Version is v9.0.2
  • Download size is 11.1 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/53