Perfect Player

Perfect Player 1.1

Free
Lets you watch IPTV channels and generate playlists for your media center
4.0  (278 votes)
1.1.4 (See all)

Perfect Player is a full-featured IPTV and media player. In other words, the program lets you access practically any TV channel that is broadcast over the Internet as well as play local media files. Besides, it supports not only opening but generating XMBC playlists.

The most difficult part of using Perfect Player is configuring the channels. It requires entering the IPTV data and your account. Then, you can download and manage the available channels from playlists in M3U and XSPF formats. Luckily, the program can scan the channels to find if their signals are available and put a “no signal” label to the inaccessible ones.

Once you have finished setup step, everything becomes much easier. In this regard, using the program is not any harder than using a standard TV or a media player. The tool supports playing available subtitles and other kinds of on-screen contents. The available channels can be arranged in many ways. For instance, it is possible to group various of them, rename some and even hide others.

As a standard media player, the tool has nothing new to show. In fact, it is quite difficult to open a given file because it requires browsing through the local folder structure to find it. Likewise, all it allows is pausing and resuming the video. It is a pity that you have so little control over picture parameters.

All in all, Perfect Player helps you watch high-quality IPTV. Likewise, it can create playlists for your media center. Its worst drawback is related to setting online playlists, which is rather complex. However, watching TV with it does not require any special skills. Finally, I would not recommend it as an offline media player.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • Supports M3U and XSPF playlist formats
  • Easy to navigate through the channel list
  • Creates playlists for your media center
  • Works with various playlists

Cons

  • Difficult to configure
  • Mediocre media player
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