Duplex Media Player updated in Windows store with a lot of new features. The new update provides better experience for Xbox users, adds twitch streams as online source, adds dark theme and brings many new features and fixes.
What is new :
- Twitch streams are now integrated within the player. With this addition, you can browse, watch, record and cast twitch streams to your TV. When powered with the Picture in picture (Pip) feature you can now enjoy two twitch streams at the same time (or watching a stream while recording the other for later time)
- For Xbox users, the new update brings better experiences. It enables support for full screen which was the most missing feature for Xbox users. Full screen support also brings the ability to define screen padding area (if needed) and the ability to disable default scaling. In addition, the update brings navigation using gamepad controller or remote controller.
- Dark theme was also one of the most requested features. This update adds a dark theme and also enables the ability to create new themes or to customize current themes.
- Adds the ability to play files directly without the need to create playlist. Previously this was available for online sources only, with the latest update it is now available for all media sources (including OneDrive, media servers, media libraries and cached files).
- Adds automatic loading of subtitles when they exist in same folder with movie files.
- Adds a seek button to quickly seek 10, 30 seconds and three minutes, both in backward and forward directions.
- Adds a default for casting volume.
- Adds French translation.
- Fixes OneDrive issue that prevents showing all files when browsing a folder with large number of files.
- Fixes Audio/Video synchronization issue when casting some MKV files.
- Fixes Audio noise on some audio codecs.
Duplex Media Player is an innovative universal player designed to bring unique features to Windows users such as Picture in Picture (Pip), Cast to Chromecast and DLNA devices, record and download media content to local storage, automatic search/download of subtitles, browse and play directly from OneDrive, network media servers, online sources and more…