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ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre

Arcsoft TotalMedia Theatre
Developer(s) ArcSoft
Stable release 6.0.1.123 / May 29, 2013; 13 months ago (2013-05-29)
Operating system Windows
Available in Multilingual
Type Media Player
License Proprietary
Website

TotalMedia Theatre is a commercial media player for Microsoft Windows, it supports Windows 8, Windows 7 32/64, Vista 32/64, XP 32. The product is distributed via download from the ArcSoft website. Older versions of the software support Windows x64. The new version supports playing 2D DVDs, videos, and photo slideshows in 3D and online video playback, download and sharing.

Functions

All-in-one media player for videos, Blu-ray, DVDs, and AVCHD

Plays 2D DVDs, videos, and photo slideshows in 3D

Online video playback, download and sharing

Features

Key features

BD & 3D Playback: Play 3D movies and video files including Blu-ray 3D movies.

SimHD Advanced: Convert standard-definition multimedia files and DVDs to high-definition, offering a sharper and more vivid picture in real time.

Sim3D: Convert 2D movies and photos to 3D.

Magic View: Provide an intuitive media management panel to help to add and manage various media files.

Inter Video: YouTube videos can be downloaded and played directly.

Decoders

References

  • ArcSoft updates TotalMedia Theatre Review From Cnet
  • ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre 5 Review From Softpedia

External links

  • ArcSoft
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