Developed for Microsoft Windows, PotPlayer is a powerful media player that exceeds all expectations. It’s no wonder that people would want a Pot Player for Mac: the app is loaded with editing tools and optimization features. And yet, it’s very sparing with system resources. Needless to say, you won’t need any thermal paste with this bad boy.
Sadly, we live in a world where a Pot Player Mac version isn’t available. Don’t fret. It was only a question of time until a viable replacement was found. And we’re ready to present it. This app offers enough functionality and performance to fulfill your PotPlayer Mac needs.
Thanks to Elmedia player, there’s no reason to wait on PotPlayer for Mac. Already tested by faithful Mac disciples and backed by a very active team, it’s a modern, safe app with a stable update schedule. What’s more, Elmedia Player PRO ups the ante with features that you won’t find in PotPlayer. Whatever you go with, Free or PRO, you’re getting a quality media player.
You’ll find that Elmedia on macOS has many features in common with PotPlayer - a testament to its quality. Let’s go over some similarities you can find between PotPlayer and Elmedia Player for Mac.
Oftentimes, similarities are caused by trends in app development. And when it comes to app aesthetics, minimalism is very much in. A simple interface is not only easier to use - it also keeps out the visual noise and brings fun. Elmedia Player will give you the authentic PotPlayer macOS feel, its smooth and intuitive interface enables easier navigation during media playback and general use. Keyboard hotkeys add the final touch.
Any media player worth its salt can play a lot of different media files. Otherwise, what’s the point? With PotPlayer and Elmedia - a sort of PotPlayer for Mac - you’re getting support for dozens of video and audio filetypes, including the more popular ones like AVI, DAT, DivX, FLAC, FLV, MKV, MOV, as well as files that are normally Windows-exclusive.
Subtitle functionality was a great feature of PotPlayer; it allowed you to sync your own subtitle files as well as the ones you’ve downloaded separately. A real help with foreign-language movies. You even get the option to change the appearance of on-screen subtitles.
Like a real PotPlayer for Mac, Elmedia offers this functionality as well - but this time, enhanced through complete integration with OpenSubtitles.org. Subtitles can be picked and downloaded in a couple of clicks. You get support for popular subtitle formats like SRT, SML, and many more.
For under 20 bucks, you can upgrade to Elmedia Player PRO. It keeps the basic functionality, adding a bunch of great features to enhance your viewing experience. Here’s what you can expect from it.
Elmedia Player PRO cranks up the capabilities by allowing video downloads from websites like Vimeo, Dailymotion and even YouTube. Download in any format you want, and afterwards, you can stream that video and other local files on your Mac to a Smart TV via DLNA devices, Chromecast or Airplay. No limits on latency or quality - download your videos your way.
PotPlayer brings built-in video quality enhancement features, and so does Elmedia Player PRO. You can peruse a variety of features, such as adjustments to your video’s brightness, hue, gamma and visual noise settings, as well as basic image manipulation - rotation and sharpness included. This results in a color-corrected and dynamic picture for you to enjoy.
Elmedia Player PRO also comes with an audio equalizer that breaks sound up into 10 graphically-represented bands. You can easily adjust the sound to set the tone of your videos and music.
2. Find a video file you want to watch on your video player for Mac; load it using one of three methods: