MKPlayer - MKV & Media Player 4+

Watch any video on screen & TV

Rocky Sand Studio Ltd.

    • 4.6 • 11.6K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

MKPlayer is an easy-to-use media player designed to offer unique features to enjoy watching videos and listening to music:

- Play movies on your TV with a simple click (check compatibility before unlocking)
- Safari Extension to help you to easily open videos found on websites
- AirPlay support: limited to AirPlay compatible video formats only
- Simply drop files to the Dock icon to play them
- MKPlayer can stay on top of all your windows
- Responsive control panel layout, looks great if the player size is small (mini player)
- Watch video files with alternate audio tracks and multilingual subtitles
- Add any custom subtitle to your video
- Conveniently configure video adjustment parameters
- Quickly play almost every audio format

** Pro Features (only available on MacOS High Sierra and Mojave) **
- Easily watch movies on the big screen of your smart TV. (you can check the compatibility of your TV before the purchase.)
- Listen to any audio file on your smart TV

Pro Features needs to be unlocked with an in-app purchase

** Safari Extension (needs to be enabled at Safari Preferences) **
Click on the Toolbar button to see the list of videos and audio files found on any website and open them with MKPlayer.

** Alternate audio tracks and multilingual subtitles **
MKPlayer is optimised to play media container files, such as MKV with more than one audio track and several subtitles. You can easily select your preferred audio and subtitle and also change them without stopping the video

** Video adjustment **
Quickly adjust several parameters of your currently playing video such as brightness, contrast, saturation and more.

What’s New

Version 1.5.3

[fixed] Seeking problems during playback

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
11.6K Ratings

11.6K Ratings

Vishall Shah ,

Better than Quicktime

I was trying to play some mp4 format tutorial videos that I had downloaded from the web, but the video was not smooth (kind of jittered) and the audio would fade out every few seconds with I having to pause and then play. I was ok with the video but needed the audio to work fine. Before losing hopes on it completely, I randomly thought of trying out an MP4 player and tried this one from the app store (for no other specific reason). I'm glad I did! Both the audio and video started working perfectly. Plus this app also has a very minimal design (very much like Quicktime)

jim_371 ,

Does what I want it to, but...

...it caused my MacBook Air to freeze up. I guess there's a first time for everything. My 2014 MBA hasn't frozen up until today. I opened App Store to look for some crossword games, and looked at the reviews for one. When I tried to expand one, everything froze. I tried all of the standard remedies: Command-Q, Command-Option-Esc, holding down the power button and clicking Shut down when prompted...nothing workked...until a few minutes had passed, then a dialogue box appeared, asking me to rate MX Player. This box didn't look like MacOS. I closed it, and everything unfroze. I restarted my Mac--and here I am. I installed MX because I wanted something that would open old .wmv files without having to convert them. It does that. But I find the prompts to rate your app annoying. And in this case, I would rate it as more than just annoying.

BDinLA ,

Looks great and works flawlessly so far

I'd developed a hatred of my old - and now former - VLC player that borders on the pathological. And today was the day it decided to finally die a long-overdue death, so I went on the hunt for a replacement...and found this. The thing that struck me right away - besides the fact that it didn't crash upon opening a few times before begrudingly playing the video, badly - was that MKPlayer made a video I've seen several tims look amazing - at least, the best I've ever seen this file look. So thanks, y'all!

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