Bomi – powerful and easy-to-use multimedia player

bomi is a powerful and easy-to-use open source multimedia player.

It can play a wide range of audio and video format. bomi can play from sources such as local files, remote URLs, DVDs/CDs and Blu-Ray discs.

This application was formerly known as CMPlayer.

Features include:

  • Easy-to-use graphical user interface(GUI). You can find all features in the context menu. All configurations can be done in a preferences dialog.
  • Unlimited playback and tracks playback states such as selected audio/loaded subtitle etc.
  • Automatic playlist generation and restoration bomi can generate playlist based on file name. Also, last played playlist is saved and restored automatically.
  • Enhanced subtitle handling bomi supports various subtitle formats. It can render multiple subtitle files at the same time, and render styled subtitles such as SAMI and ASS format.
  • Hardware acceleration bomi supports hardware-accelerated decoding by GPU with help of mpv. bomi will utilize available native API for the system between VA-API and VDPAU.
  • Various convenient features.

Website: bomi-player.github.io
Support: GitHub
Developer: Xylosper
License: GNU GPL v2

bomi

bomi is written in C and C++. Learn C with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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