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How to upload your entire photo library to Google Photos

Google Photos is a fantastic way to see your photos and the powerful search makes it easy to find pictures of certain people, places or times. Before 1 June 2021, Google did offer unlimited free storage for photos. Now, things have changed. 

You only get 15GB of Google storage in total, which counts files on your Google Drive and Gmail, as well as Google Photos. Therefore, if you want to upload more photos and videos that will take your limit past 15GB, you’ll need to purchase more storage with.

There’s four tiers of storage currently on Google One. These are:

  • 15 GB – Free
  • 100 GB – £1.59 per month/£15.99 per year
  • 200 GB – £2.49 per month/£24.99 per year
  • 2 TB – £7.99 per month/£79.99 per year

Sadly, no unlimited storage option is currently available. You’ll have to look atif you want that. You can also make more room for photos and video by.

There’s no need to worry about existing files from before 1 June, as these photos will remain on Google’s servers and won’t be deleted or blocked if you don’t pay – that’s a common misconception.

If, like me, you have a photo library full of pictures you took prior to owning a smartphone, chances are they’re sat on a hard drive somewhere. Google hasn’t made it easy to upload them, but here’s are two ways to upload every single photo, one of which is automatic.

Upload to Google Photos via a web browser

Before I get to the best way, here’s the obvious way: head toand click on Upload.

Unfortunately, the easy way won’t work for most people because the Upload option in Google Photos will only upload the contents of a single folder.

Most people keep their photos in multiple folders so they have ‘albums’ for different occasions. Unless you’re willing to go through dozens or even hundreds of folders and copy – or move – those photos into a single folder, you won’t be able to use this option.

You could laboriously use the Upload button for each folder you have but, again, that’s impractical if you have a hundred or more.

TIP: Before you upload all your photos, upload one or two and check that Google Photos can correctly identify when they were taken. Otherwise, you’ll have a tough time finding them again.

Once uploaded, you should be able to enter the date it was taken, such as ’22 May 2000′ and all photos from that date should be shown. If not, search for the exact filename of the photo you just uploaded, and Google Photos should show it. Click the i symbol at the top and you’ll see the info for that photo. 

If there is a problem and the ‘date taken’ isn’t identified correctly, you’ll need to use a tool to edit this metadata.

Once you’ve hit the limit of what you can upload, Google will inform you. If you need more space, you can get a premium Google One account. 

Upload to Google Photos via Backup & Sync

And so we come to the best option for uploading your whole photo library to Google Photos. It involves downloading Google’s Backup & Sync utility, choosing a folder or folders to sync, then leaving it to upload the photos, as well as any videos in those folders.

If those folders happen to be on a NAS drive as mine were, you may find you cannot select the root folder in Backup & Sync. The workaround is to create a folder within that (call it upload or whatever you like), then move all your folders of photos into that.

Here, step by step, is how to go about installing Backup & Sync and uploading all those snaps to Google Photos.

Note: this only works for Windows computers and you’d need to install the Google Photos app on Android or iPhone if you want to upload the camera roll from your phone. This guide is primarily aimed at those who’ve already done that and now want to upload photos stored on their Windows laptop or PC.

1. First, head to the Google Photos websiteand click the Download button.

2. When the file is downloaded, click on it in your web browser, or navigate to the folder where downloaded files are stored – usually Downloads. Double-click on the file (called installbackupandsync.exe) and click the GET STARTED button.

3. You’ll need to sign into your Google account, the one you use for Google Photos.

4. On the ‘set-up’ screen, choose Back up photos and videos.

5. Next, you need to tell Backup & Sync which folders your photos are in. This could be as simple as clicking the box next to Pictures, but if your photos are stored elsewhere, such as another folder on your hard drive, on an external drive or on a NAS drive, click CHOOSE FOLDER and navigate to it.

You can sync multiple folders, but you can’t select multiple folders at the same time.

6. Select the quality you want for your photo/video – Storage Saver takes up less room, but compresses the file. Meanwhile Original Quality will not compress the files, but will take up more storage in your quota. 

7. Click START and Backup & Sync will begin uploading photos and videos in the folder(s) you’ve chosen to Google Photos.

8. If you want to check on progress, click the ^ symbol on the Windows Taskbar and click the little white cloud symbol. You’ll see a scrolling list of the files being uploaded.

How long it will take to upload all your photos and videos will depend on the total amount of data to be uploaded and the upload speed of your internet connection, which is typically a lot slower than the download speed.

Leave your laptop or computer on while it’s uploading the files. In my case, with a 16Mbps upload speed, it took around 24 hours to upload 30,000 photos and videos from hundreds of folders on a NAS drive.

Again, the amount you’ll be able to upload will depend on the amount of storage you have in your Google One account.

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How to watch Euro 2021

After a year long wait, the UEFA European Football Championship is nearly here. Euro 2020 was all set to kickstart a bumper summer of sport until the coronavirus intervened, which meant that UEFA delayed the tournament to the summer of 2021.

Here’s everything you need to know, including the fixtures, schedules, match locations and how to watch from where you’re based. 

What is Euro 2021?

Euro 2021, otherwise known as the UEFA European Football Championship, is the 16th instalment of the men’s football tournament that has since 1960 taken place every four years. 

Official branding means that this year’s tournament is called Euro 2020, despite taking place in 2021. However, most people are still referring to it as Euro 2021.

All 55 UEFA member states get a chance to qualify for in the event, but only 24 teams make it through to the final tournament. Euro 2020 was due to be played across June and July 2020, but ended up being delayed by a year due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Portugal are the defending champions from Euro 2016, but neither they or any of the countries in which matches are held gain automatic entry to the tournament.

Previous winners have included Spain (1964, 2008, 2012), Greece (2004), France (1984, 2000), Denmark (1992), Netherlands (1988), Germany (1972, 1980, 1996), the then Czechoslovakia (1976), Italy (1968) and the Soviet Union (1960), but never England. We came third back in 1968, and joint-third in 1996, so it’s time for England to bring it home.

When does Euro 2021 start?

There’s not long to wait now, as UEFA Euro 2021 will kick off on Friday 11 June 2021. The tournament will conclude on Sunday 11 July 2021 with the final match. 

How to watch UEFA Euro 2021 in the UK

The BBC and ITV have announced that they will be sharing the broadcasting rights for Euro 2021. They will take turns in having the top picks for each round of fixtures, with both channels showing the final at Wembley Stadium. 

The BBC is available on your TV, online via theand through the iPlayer mobile apps onand. Some fixtures may also be available to watch through the. 

Matches from the European Championships are typically shown on BBC One, but they may be on BBC Two or even BBC Four when matches are being played concurrently.

ITV is available on your TV, online on the , or via the ITV Hub mobile apps forand. You’ll also be able to watch ITV live using any Freeview app. Matches from the European Championships tend to be on the main channel, but they may also be on ITV4 from time to time. 

To watch either channel live you will need a . This applies even if you use BBC iPlayer to catch up, but you can still watch past broadcasts on the ITV Hub. 

How to watch UEFA Euro 2021 from the US and abroad

For readers based in the US, you’ve got a couple of options for watching Euro 2021. You can watch games directly throughand, or stream them on the websites if you have the channels as part of your cable package. Alternatively, you can sign up for,or.

If you’d like to watch both the BBC and ITV from outside of the UK, using a VPN is probably your best bet.

A VPN (or virtual private network) is software that lets you mask your IP address in order to appear as if you are somewhere you are not. So, you could be in Spain and pretend to be browsing from the UK, then access BBC or ITV services as normal. 

We’ve reviewed a bunch ofbut our current top pick is. Because streaming services are wise to the use of VPNs you might need to try a few different servers before you find one that works.

If you’d like to know more about the sign-up process, take a look at our guides on how to watchand how to watch the. 

Euro 2021 fixtures and schedule

Here’s the full schedule of the group stages, knockouts, quarter-finals, semi-finals and of course the all-important final. All times are in BST (British Summer Time), and include the location in which the match will be held. 

In the first phase, the top two in each group plus four best third-placed teams go through to the knockout stages. 

Group stages

Friday 11 June

8pm: Turkey vs Italy (Rome)

Saturday 12 June

2pm: Wales vs Switzerland (Baku)
5pm: Denmark vs Finland (Copenhagen)
8pm: Belgium vs Russia (St Petersburg)

Sunday 13 June

2pm: England vs Croatia (London)
5pm: Austria vs North Macedonia (Bucharest)
8pm: Netherlands vs Ukraine (Amsterdam)

Monday 14 June

2pm: Scotland vs Czech Republic (Glasgow)
5pm: Poland vs Slovakia (St Petersburg)
8pm: Spain vs Sweden (Seville)

Tuesday 15 June

5pm: Hungary vs Portugal (Budapest)
8pm: France vs Germany (Munich)

Wednesday 16 June

2pm: Finland vs Russia (St Petersburg)
5pm: Turkey vs Wales (Baku)
8pm: Italy vs Switzerland (Rome)

Thursday 17 June

2pm: Ukraine vs North Macedonia (Bucharest)
5pm: Denmark vs Belgium (Copenhagen)
8pm: Netherlands vs Austria (Amsterdam)

Friday 18 June

2pm: Sweden vs Slovakia (St Petersburg)
5pm: Croatia vs Czech Republic (Glasgow)
8pm: England vs Scotland (London)

Saturday 19 June

2pm: Hungary vs France (Budapest)
5pm: Portugal vs Germany (Munich)
8pm: Spain vs Poland (Seville)

Sunday 20 June

5pm: Italy vs Wales (Rome)
5pm: Switzerland vs Turkey (Baku)

Monday 21 June

5pm: North Macedonia vs Netherlands (Amsterdam)
5pm: Ukraine vs Austria (Bucharest)
8pm: Russia vs Denmark (Copenhagen)
8pm: Finland vs Belgium (St Petersburg)

Tuesday 22 June

8pm: Czech Republic vs England (London)
8pm: Croatia vs Scotland (Glasgow)

Wednesday 23 June

5pm: Slovakia vs Spain (Seville)
5pm: Sweden vs Poland (St Petersburg)
8pm: Germany vs Hungary (Munich)
8pm: Portugal v France (Budapest)

Knockouts

Saturday 26 June

5pm: 2A vs 2B (Amsterdam)
8pm: 1A vs 2C (London)

Sunday 27 June

5pm: 1C vs 3D/E/F (Budapest)
8pm: 1B vs 3A/D/E/F (Seville)

Monday 28 June

5pm: 2D vs 2E (Copenhagen)
8pm: 1F vs 3A/B/C (Bucharest)

Tuesday 29 June

5pm: 1D vs 2F (London)
8pm: 1E vs 3A/B/C/D (Glasgow)

Quarter-finals

Friday 2 July

5pm: Winner 6 vs Winner 5 (St Petersburg)
8pm: Winner 4 vs Winner 2 (Munich)

Saturday 3 July

5pm: Winner 3 vs Winner 1 (Baku)
8pm: Winner 8 vs Winner 7 (Rome)

Semi-finals

Tuesday 6 July

8pm: Winner QF2 vs Winner QF1 (London)

Wednesday 7 July

8pm: Winner QF4 vs Winner QF3 (London)

Final

Sunday 11 July

8pm: Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 (London)

Where is Euro 2021 hosted?

There is no single destination for Euro 2021, with matches spread over different European. Then-UEFA President Michael Platini notes that this is to mark the 60th birthday of the tournament.

It is at London’s Wembley Stadium that the most important matches will be held, however, with the UK hosting both the semi-finals and final. Previously home to Euro 1996, this will be the second time Wembley has had the pleasure.

Other Euro 2021 hosts include:

  • Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany
  • Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy
  • Krestovsky Stadium, St Petersburg, Russia
  • Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Puskas Arena, Budapest, Hungary
  • Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • National Arena, Bucharest, Romania
  • Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
  • Estadio de La Cartuja, Seville, Spain

Which football teams will compete in Euro 2021?

Out of 55 teams, 24 have qualified to make it through to the final tournament. These have then been split into six different groups, loosely based on how they performed in the qualifiers. Here’s the different groups and what countries are in them:

Group A: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales

Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland

Group C: Ukraine, Netherlands, Austria, North Macedonia

Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland

Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, Slovakia

Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Hungary

Some of the early favourites to win the competition are Belgium, France and Portugal – but anything could happen. 

How to watch BTCC races in 2021

The British Touring Car Championship is the premier series for tin-top racing in the UK, and most races deliver more action than you get in F1 in an entire year.

This year is already shaping up to be another exciting one: Gordon Shedden and Jason Plato are back and Jade Edwards, driving for BTC Racing this year, is the first female driver to race in the series since 2007. Can Ash Sutton defend his crown this year?

When is the next BTCC race?

  • Sunday 13 June, Snetterton
  • Coverage starts at 10.50am on ITV4 and

It was a long wait for the BTCC season to begin in 2021 and another one between the opener at Thruxton at the start of May and the second event at Snetterton. 

The traditional first race on the Indy circuit at Brands isn’t until 27 June this year.

As usual, ITV4 will broadcast the entire event – including support races, so you can watch all day long.

If you want to watch in HD, you’ll need to have Sky or Virgin, as ITV4 HD isn’t available on Freeview or Freesat, only the standard-definition version.

You can’t watch races live online, but you canand highlights are shown on ITV4, which are then available on ITV Hub.

How to watch BTCC qualifying in 2021

  • Saturday 12 June from 2.30pm

The Saturday qualifying session isn’t broadcast on TV, so you’ll have to watch online. Head to and you can watch along with the timing information in a web browser on your PC, phone or tablet.

Qualifying typically takes place around 2.30pm on the Saturday before the Sunday races.

You can also seeon the official BTCC website.

BTCC calendar 2021

The championship will visit 8 different circuits, with two visits to Thruxton and the traditional two different circuit layouts at Brands Hatch – the season will end with Brands Hatch GP as usual.

Circuit

Date

Thruxton

8-9 May

Snetterton

12-13 June

Brands Hatch Indy

26-27 June

Oulton Park

31 July – 1 August

Knockhill

14-15 August

Thruxton

28-29 August

Croft

18-19 September

Silverstone National

25-26 September

Donington Park National

9-10 October

Brands Hatch GP

23-24 October

BTCC 2021 teams and drivers

There’s a full-capacity grid again this year, with Nic Hamilton taking the final 29th seat with Team Hard. Note that Matt Neal isn’t driving in 2021 and Dan Cammish has also left Team Dymanics – he made an appearance for the first round only, standing in for Michael Crees whose seat has now been taken by Senna Proctor. (Crees is now racing in the Porsche Supercup.)

Here’s the full rundown.

Team

Car

Drivers

Halfords Team Dynamics Motorsport

Honda Civic Type R

Gordon Shedden, Daniel Rowbottom

Team BMW

BMW 3 Series

Colin Turkington, Tom Oliphant, Stephen Jelley

Toyota Gazoo Racing UK

Toyota Corolla

Rory Butcher, Sam Smelt

Laser Tools Racing

Infiniti Q50

Ash Sutton, Aiden Moffat, Carl Boardley

Team HARD

Cupra Leon

Jack Goff, Aron Taylor-Smith, Glynn Geddie, Nicolas Hamilton

Power Maxed Racing

Vauxhall Astra

Jason Plato, Daniel Lloyd

MB Motorsport

Ford Focus

Jake Hill, Ollie Jackson

Motorbase Performance

Ford Focus

Andy Neate, Sam Osbourne

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Hyundai i30 Fastback N

Jack Butel, Chris Smiley, Tom Ingram

Ciceley Motorsport

BMW 3 Series

Adam Morgan, Tom Chilton

BTC Racing

Honda Civic Type R

Jade Edwards, Josh Cook, Senna Proctor

BTCC podcasts

If you want even more BTCC, then something new for 2021 is that interviews and the Tin Top Tuesday podcast will be available on Amazon Music and – by extension – Alexa. Previously, and continuing as normal, they’ll also be on the. 

How to watch BTCC outside the UK with a VPN

If you’re not in the UK, you won’t be able to watch BTCC without a VPN. That’s because, since Brexit, not even the paid-for ITV Hub+ service is available outside the UK.

A VPN can make it appear that you’re located in the same country as the broadcaster when you connect to a server in the UK.

We recommend using , or . Last time we checked, all three successfully unblocked ITV, but also have 24/7 live chat support if you do encounter any issues.

Read our guide to the  for more information.

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Elmedia Player and Folx malware threat Neutralized!

On the 19th of October 2017 we were informed by a malware research company ESET that our servers have been hacked and our apps namely Folx and Elmedia Player DMG files are distributed with a malware.

Our cybersecurity team in close coordination with ESET Team and Apple representatives took all the necessary steps and actions to stop the distribution of this Malware successfully.

We now officially announce that it is absolutely safe to download Elmedia Player, Folx, and other Eltima Software applications by users.

SYSTEM CHECK!!!
If you recently downloaded Elmedia Player or Folx, ESET advises you do a system check to confirm if your system was compromised or not.

Instructions- Scan for the absence of the following file or directory on your system:

/tmp/Updater.app/
/Library/LaunchAgents/com.Eltima.UpdaterAgent.plist
/Library/.rand/
/Library/.rand/updateragent.app/

The presence of any of the files above is an indication that your system may have been infected by the trojanized Elmedia Player or Folx application which means your OSX/Proton is most likely running. If you downloaded Elmedia Player or Folx on the 19th of October 2017, your system is likely affected.

NOTE: Only Elmedia Player and Folx version downloaded from our official Eltima website was infected by this malware. However, the built-in automatic update mechanism is unaffected based on the data available to our cybersecurity experts.

Steps to rid your system of this Malware

  • A total system OS reinstall is the only guaranteed way to totally rid your system of this Malware. This is a standard procedure for any system compromise with the affection of administrator account.

Please, be advised that some other system information may have been affected and take appropriate measures to invalidate them.

Meet our new unique product – HelpWire! Your reliable remote support assistant.

Eltima Software is out today with a new product aimed at helping troubleshooting experts to directly access customers’ devices and resolve their issues over network.

is a unique solution that allows providing technical support and diagnostics of devices and machines remotely.
By implementing the technology of remote customer support, you considerably improve the quality of your technical service and gain an undoubted advantage over your competitors!

How does it work?

HelpWire is a versatile solution that lets a technical specialist connect to clients’ USB and serial devices over the Internet. With HelpWire an expert is able to get direct access to malfunctioning machines located in another city or on even another continent while staying in their office.

Are you excited about trying out the new features coming up with HelpWire?

Here is what HelpWire has to offer:

Live End-User Support

The advanced technology provides support specialists with the ability to access remote devices like they were physically connected to the expert’s machine. HelpWire lets log and analyze any USB and COM port device activity in real time.

Cross-platform compatibility

Helpwire is a cross-platform tool available for Windows, Mac, Android and Linux. With the solution you’ll be able to mix server-client connections in any combination.

Superfast connections

HelpWire allows you to respond to customer needs as quickly as possible. Just a couple of clicks is required to establish a connection with a remote device.

Custom solution tailored to fit your needs

The advanced solution is designed with a custom GUI and a unique feature set developed to fit your most specific requirements.

SyncMate Summer Sale

Hi everyone, this is a quick note to inform you that we are currently selling SyncMate Expert with 25% discount.

Get your SyncMate Expert with 25% discount

SyncMate Expert is a powerful tool that allows syncing data on Mac with numerous devices and online accounts.

You can sync Mac with Android and iOS devices, other Mac computers, online accounts (iCloud, Dropbox, Google), any mounted and MTP devices. Syncing with Windows services is also supported – Office 365 Home and Business accounts, Outlook, OneDrive.

SyncMate allows syncing contacts and calendars, media files (music, videos, playlists, images), folders with files, bookmarks, etc.

With SyncMate you can mount devices as Mac disks, manage mobile’s SMS on Mac, and lots more.

The full list of supported devices along with sync options for each device can be found.

Don’t waste your time and grab SyncMate Expert right now!

Important for FlexiHub / USB Network Gate users with macOS Sierra!

After the latest update to macOS 10.12 (Sierra), you might have noticed that the performance of your CPU reduced. You probably didn’t associate this with your favorite Flexihub or USB Network Gate software. We are aware of this issue and here are the things we want you to know:

  • While testing macOS 10.12 we found out that USB Network Gate and Flexihub overloads the CPU. You don’t even need to launch the software or share a device with it for the CPU to overload, just the presence of the software in your computer overloads it.

What are we doing to fix it you may ask

We started by contacting Apple Developer Technical Support. They responded by saying that this issue might be a minor OS bug.

Our team of engineers and Apple’s Developer support team at the moment are working round the clock to fix this bug and improve the existing features.

Our advice to you at this point is to keep track of your CPU activities via the Activity Monitor and stop any process that overloads it. This is because other software solutions might be causing the same problem.

NB: You don’t need to uninstall Flexihub or USB Network Gate. Fixing this minor bug is our TOP priority at the moment and it will be done in the shortest period of time.

You will be the first to know once it’s fixed. Stay tuned!!!

Hey, video lovers! Are you ready for the new release of VideoDuke? 3…2…1…

VideoDuke has quickly headed the lists of the best downloaders on the video software market. You’ve ranked it high, shared your experience and opinions about its work. We thank you for your contribution into the app’s development and improvement.

Today we’d like to inform you good news: its first update,is going to be rolled out. What should you expect from it?

VideoDuke 1.1 offers you new features and enhancements to make your download experience better. First of all, you can save 4K and 8K YouTube videos very easily. These high resolutions are not supported by the majority of video players and downloaders but VideoDuke delivers them to Mac computers without any efforts. Moreover, such video types as 2K and 5K are also easy to download.

In Advanced mode you will see all the resources related to the video, e.g. images, logos, animation, etc., carefully sorted and organized according to their name, format and size. Therefore, you will find the required file even faster than you may expect.

We’ve also improved the download speed and now you’ll get videos of any length within seconds. When a download is complete you’ll receive a notification in Notification Center. Convenient, isn’t it?

About VideoDuke in general

VideoDuke is a handy app that makes downloading videos fast, easy and comfortable for everyone. It doesn’t boast of picturesque but complicated interface that would make you confused of multiple buttons and drop-down menus. Its look is simple and minimalistic, but very good for searching videos right from the user interface.

VideoDuke is an expert downloader that saves video content of any size, length and quality from such websites as YouTube, Dailymotion and Vimeo, as well as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or any other site that hosts videos.

With VideoDuke you can save video files in 2 ways: Simple or Advanced mode. Simple mode is just simple. You copy and paste a link to a video into the search line, choose the video quality and press the Download button.

Advanced mode gives you more options to choose allowing you to find videos by links or search words, browse through multiple results, quickly access YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion sites, download resources related to the video, etc.

Check VideoDuke 1.1 and give us your feedback!

“Restore Purchase” option failure in App Store

Hello,

We’ve been receiving feedback from our customers about the issues with the “Restore Purchase” option of our three applications: Elmedia Video Player, Commander One, and CloudMounter. This issue is of a great concern to us and we are already working with Apple on resolving it as soon as possible.

It occurs not only with the software designed by Eltima but also with other applications created by third-party developers that we have faced ourselves as well as were informed by some of our partners.

So far, the workaround for this situation is the following:

1. Make sure that you have bought In-App purchase for the software from Apple ID you are currently logged into. More information on how to check your purchase history in the App Store or iTunes Store can be found here:

2. Once you have verified that the In-App purchase was done from the same Apple ID, click the “Buy” button instead of the “Restore Purchase” option.

3. As In-App purchases from the same Apple ID cannot be charged twice by Apple.

They will be re-downloaded one more time

and you will be able to access the full software functionality.

Welcome JustPlay – New Compact Video and Audio Player for macOS

It’s small, simple and supports a huge amount of file formats without external codecs or addons. It’s all about JustPlay. It’s all you actually need for a smooth video and audio playback.

JustPlay uses hardware accelerated decoding to make a choppy playback of a high resolution video file smoother. So watching HD and Ultra HD videos without annoying slowdowns and interruptions is not a dream any more.

JustPlay supports various file formats including MP4, AVI, MOV, SWF, DAT, MKV, MP3, FLAC, M4V, FLV, Blu-ray. Though not overloaded with features, the player presents a full set of options for ultimately comfortable playback, such as adjustable playback speed, fixing video syncing issues with subtitles or soundtracks, as well as multiple video image settings including brightness, saturation, contrast, gamma, hue, noise reduction and sharpness.

What makes you love JustPlay even more is the extended subtitles support – built-in online subtitles search on opensubtitles.org, automatic subtitles load in any language and adjusting subtitles font, size, text color and background.

Other features for brilliant video playback are removing interlaced video content and managing screen settings including adjusting the player window to the video size, entering the full-screen mode and displaying playback controls and current info right on the screen.

What about audio playback? JustPlay will win your heart with its advanced control of audio settings: preferred audio language selection, automatic load of external audio tracks and audio equalizer with multiple smart tools for sound customization and enhancement. Additionally, with JustPlay you can output sound to different audio devices, for example, headphones or speakers. Also, JustPlay supports transmission of audio in AC3 and DTS formats, like movie soundtracks, to home theatres and other digital high-fidelity systems through S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface) digital audio output.

When JustPlay is installed on a MacBook, you get access to the Touch Bar intuitive controls and can flick through video thumbnails.

Don’t wait anymore and just try our new video and audio player for macOS!

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