In an attempt to satisfy the ever growing needs of the consumers, Real Networks took initiative to improve the Real Player’s multimedia application late last year. Real worked on the most important ability to download videos from web quickly and easily from the web and then trans code them to various media devices. Now, the Real Networks released beta version with an all new video editing and also video sharing tool with a super user friendly manner. This new beta player also includes many great features like video trimming feature, single click video downloading capability.
The new update from Real Networks aims to make it simpler for managing and also aims to make it much faster for sharing and transferring to your favorite media. This new media player from Real Networks provides a complete yet simple solution for streamline and also to centralize different medias like videos, photos and music making it quite easier to manage and share all your medias between the screens. Most importantly Real also worked on the codec support, as now this new release supports an expanded list of music, photos and video formats.
The new release of Real player which is in beta phase is now available for download from http://www.real.com/realplayer/beta. Do share your experiences over here, personally I feel that this version is much more better than the current latest version of windows media player.
Whether your are watching a movie, downloading music or burning CDs, this new real player gives you greater control plus comfort of your media than any player out there like windows media player.
My personal favorite feature list includes trimming, sharing, drag and drop music, videos and pictures, convert and also sharing of media to social networking places like facebook, twitter and you tube is just amazing . As doing all this just a cake walk as all these features are well placed on a home screen itself. Its more of a one touch thing which is really not the case with windows media player. With so many new features packed into this new media player from Real Networks is my new favorite.