Total Video Player

Total Video Player 1.31

Versatile media player for any video format

Sometimes your video player can't play all the files that you want it to. Only the most versatile programs - like VLC Player - can help in such circumstances and Total Video Player is a welcome addition to this family. View full description

PROS

  • Plays a huge variety of formats
  • Simple to use

CONS

  • Doesn't support subtitles
  • Doesn't handle audio well

Good
7

Sometimes your video player can't play all the files that you want it to. Only the most versatile programs - like VLC Player - can help in such circumstances and Total Video Player is a welcome addition to this family.

Forget formatting problems

It truly is a universal player and there's little you can throw at it, either audio or video, that it won't be able to handle. For some reason however, the developers have not included the ability to view subtitles or change the audio track.

You can only select a single audio track, which is a bit annoying. Indeed, audio in general is limited with few equalization options other than a basic volume control.

Not so easy listening

Total Video Player reads all major video and audio formats including 3GP, MP4, FLV, and DVD. The interface is very straightforward featuring a file menu, scroll bar, library files, and shortcuts that integrate simply with the file being played.

Almost all good

Total Video Player can play just about anything. If only it could handle subtitles and audio better, it would be a much better product.

Total Video Player is a media player supporting 3gp, Mp4, H264, Mov, Flv and all other popular video and audio formats (Mp3, Wma, Ogg, Mpeg-1,Mpeg-2, etc.

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Total Video Player 1.31

— User reviews — about Total Video Player

  • leahmartin

    by leahmartin

    "Total video player"

    As soon as I got it, I tried to play a GIF file. Just crashed straight up. Such a 'great' product right here. Just greys... More.

    reviewed on March 29, 2015

  • mediafan

    by mediafan

    "EM Total Video Player"

    Whenever I have a file that will not play in VLC, I open TVP..works every time. I find both of these players sufficient ... More.

    reviewed on December 2, 2010