AVS Media Player has been designed with this factor in mind. It aims to ensure that you get the maximum benefit from any surround sound or multi-channel soundtracks that your films have.
AVS Media Player DVD’s interface is typical enough, although it does include a handy shortcut button which lets you burn the file you are watching to a DVD.
AVS Media Player also distinguishes itself with an inbuilt set of codecs that will play most files, meaning you don’t have to trawl the internet for the right decoder just when you want to watch a movie.
AVS Media Player is really flexible, supporting all the regular DVD and DivX formats but also Real Media, Quicktime and 3GP (mobile video) formats. It’s sound processing where AVS really excels, however, and if you’ve got a decent set of surround sound speakers, you’ll really notice the difference.
AVS Media Player includes a surround equaliser which distributes sound according to your setup. Currently, this multi-channel surround sound feature supports 3. 1, 5. 1 and 7. 1 speaker configurations.