December 29th, 2009:|
From us here at Inmatrix HQ, we would like to offer each and every one of you a happy holiday season.
For this joyous occasion, we would like to give you a special time limited 20%-OFF holiday-special coupon on all Inmatrix products.
Just enter the "happy2010" coupon-code on the purchase page and you will receive a 20% discount with your purchase.
Click here to visit the Shop (This coupon is valid until January 2nd 2010).
December 28th, 2009:
Zoom Player v7 language files are now available in Czech, Italian, German and Russian,
Click here to download.
We would like to thank all the translators involved in localizing Zoom Player. If you would
like to help translating Zoom Player to your own language, please visit the
for more information.
December 18th, 2009:
The Zoom Player v7 help file is now available for download in both the
Windows Help (CHM) and
Acrobat (PDF) formats.
November 17th, 2009:
Announcing Zoom Player v7.00 final
It's been over a year since the release of version 6 and now version 7 is finally complete.
We've introduced a lot of new features, redesigned many interfaces for simplicity and intuitive use and many bugs were squashed to the roadside.
We hope you'll be proud of the end result and enjoy using Zoom Player just as much as we had designing it.
For the complete change list, click here
for the change list from release candidate 2, visit our forum.
Give it a try! (download).
November 16th, 2009:
Announcing WhiteWash Wizard
WhiteWash Wizard allows you to Reduce and Repair TV and Montior burns caused by prolonged static image display.
Give it a try!.
November 8th, 2009:
Announcing Zoom Player v7.00 release candidate 2
We are proud to present, the second public beta of Zoom Player v7.
This new build brings with it a lot of new features, enhancements and fixes.
We've went through an exhaustive internal testing phase which helped squash a lot of long standing issues.
We've also redesigned many interfaces to make them simpler and more intuitive.
For the complete change list, click here.
Give it a try! (download).
October 14th, 2009:
Announcing the release of Desktop WallShaper, an intuitive
and powerful utility for setting your desktop wallpaper.
Friendly and Intuitive user interface
Easily correct picture Aspect Ratio (stretched or flat photos)
Presets to Quickly switch between your favorite wallpaper layouts
August 18th, 2009:
We're putting a few final touches on version 7, polishing the
user interface and accessibility.
If you would like to keep up with Zoom Player, we are now starting to publish
notifications on twitter.
May 15th, 2009:
Zoom Player Stars in "24"
Suspect escapes, terrorist group with deadly canister at large, the next attack
is nearing, in a remote apartment framing messages are planted on unsuspecting
guy's PC while he's being threatened and his captive brother's life is at stake.
The neighbors, disturbed by the noise, call the cops. An officer knocks on the
door; guns are drawn on the other side…. the plot thickens every second, who
else can be in the middle of all this? Right – Zoom Player!
Zoom Player took on a star role in a recent chapter (Season 7, Episode 21 at
2:43, 12:30 and 23:46) of the TV series "24" when the director assigned it to
display a set of videos in one of these nerve-racking scenes.
You can watch Zoom Player in action on the FOX "24" site, or better still – get
it here and use it yourself, like the
Zoom Player Starring in "24" (2:43)
Zoom Player Starring in "24" (12:30)
Zoom Player Starring in "24" (23:46)
Zoom Player skin used in this episode
Please note that in the "24" episode they used an older version of the SilverChrome skin, The
default DVD skin that came with Zoom Player v4.
April 21st, 2009:
We've posted another great article on how to use Zoom Player to display video across multiple monitors in a
Video Wall configuration.
April 20th, 2009:
The Zoom Player Multiple Instances How-To article has been updated
Feb 15th, 2009:
Coming Soon in version 7 - Part 3:
Now you can really take control of your media. The upcoming Zoom Player v7 will
include, among other improved and new features, support for using any web-
enabled mobile device (such as wireless (WiFi) Internet capable devices,
PDA's and cellular phones) to remote control the player's operation.
Forget sticking to your keyboard or expensive PC controllers, this new
feature will allow you to break away from your computer - and still be able to
control the playback of your video or tune, manage your playlist or rearrange
your media library from anywhere in the world (or the comfort of your couch).
Now you can truly run any of Zoom Player's functions from any location around
the house or elsewhere (given your device is connected to the web) with the same
ease as pressing a button on your TV remote control!
To allow you to match Zoom Player functions with your device's buttons and have
any setup you prefer, Zoom Player provides a versatile interface that is fully
scriptable through simple HTML scripting. This means that with just a few simple
steps you will turn your mobile device into a fully featured, customizable
Zoom Player remote control.
Jan 29th, 2009:
Zoom Player v6 is now available in Italian, Russian and Simplified Chinese