And my rating is probably overly generous.
Have to say that this has just been a major pain in the rear. I had v. 188.8.131.52 installed, and probably should have left it alone, settling for "not very good." (At least it started.) Could not configure it: it always opened defaulted to full-screen and loading the same old previously downloaded clips, rather than asking WHAT to load, or just starting blank where you could go to an 'Open File' menu selection -- as nearly all other players do. But I made the mistake of uninstalling it with Revo (possibly doing some minor Registry damage in the process ?), so that I could replace it with v. 184.108.40.206. The result was failed installs, inability to start the later version, and the error "The program can't start because VCOMP120.DLL is missing from your computer." Well, it ain't missing; it is there !! I then followed by chasing down purported remedies posted online, including the latest MS Visual C++ Redistributable x64 package, which then led to other errors like " . . . the entry-point DLLRegisterServer was not found . . . " In a word, exasperating ! Because they appear to have built this thing out of some troublesome, proprietary crapware that none of the other established desktop video players seem to rely upon. At this point, I give up: I think I'm gonna just chuck this hot mess out the window.
Truth be told, I'm not at all convinced that we really need another player. Between VLC, MPC-BE, SMPlayer, and Daum Potplayer, I think we probably have all of the contingencies pretty well covered. At least the first three of those also have portable versions, and most importantly: TREY SIMPLY WORK !
Review by Seeker47
Jul 6, 2019 Version: 220.127.116.11
OS: Windows 7 64-bit Ease of use: 3/10
Value for money: 4/10