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Levis Allain Pas disponible en français. Not availabe in french.
Nov 21 at 4:18am Copy Link
Alphie User ERROR: This download have been copied too much from this link. Please purchase ... WHAT IS GOING ON WHEN GIVEAWAY TIME IS 19:35:35?
Nov 21 at 4:25am Copy Link
Mario Trzes does not install!!
Nov 21 at 5:12am Copy Link
Inmatrix Mario, What is exactly the problem? Do you get an error message of some form?
Inmatrix - Nov 21 at 5:32am Copy Link
Inmatrix Alphie User: What sort of link are you seeing?
Inmatrix - Nov 21 at 5:34am Copy Link
Inmatrix Levis:
French is only partially supported through the install center. However it has been updated in a few years as translations are created by volunteers.
Inmatrix - Nov 21 at 5:35am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Alphie User, I just sent you an email with the direct URL to the installer.
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 21 at 5:59am Copy Link
D User Requested link 4x's , no such email sent. I'm assuming your having problems. Just a heads up, TY
Nov 21 at 7:42am Copy Link
John Weathers same error as Alphie User
Nov 21 at 8:29am Copy Link
Norwel Gordon Unable to download. Response is:
This promotion has been downloaded too many times from this link.
Nov 21 at 10:25am Copy Link
Mario Trzes Nothing happens. No message, nothing. Like I haven't pressed on the app to install. Tryed with Revo and same thing. Downloaded again and same thing on the new app.
Nov 21 at 1:11pm Copy Link
Robert User The download triggers security concerns, so you have to intervene.
I run W11Pro 64bit with normal Windows Defender.
I was using Edge Browser.
The download did appear if you click the Download icon in Edge top right.
I had to click the 3 dots adjacent to the (attempted) download, and was told it had some security problem.
My 81 year old memory is crap, but you have to click something to give it permission to complete the download. Which I did. The downloaded zip contains the installer exe.
Which I have now installed.
Looks to be a great giveaway.
Nov 21 at 4:19pm Copy Link
Alphie User Inmatrix, Thxs for the response. I was using this link:
BUT Constantin's URL worked. THANKS so much Constantin!!! However, in the past the link in the receipt had always worked for me.
Nov 21 at 8:50pm Copy Link
Peter User The badest player I ´ve ever seen - not a cent worth ! Thrown away after 2 minutes.
Nov 21 at 11:07pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Inmatrix has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 22 at 12:11am Copy Link
Loyal Customer In the past, I had uninstalled this player within minutes of installing it.
I am willing to give it another try.
I hope I don't encounter the same download issues people are reporting.
Nov 22 at 6:04am Copy Link
Inmatrix Peter User:
It would help if you tell me what's bad about it, what didn't work, how I can improve it. Just saying "badest ever" doesn't help me to improve it.
Inmatrix - Nov 22 at 6:41am Copy Link
Inmatrix Loyal Customer:
I would be interested in knowing why you uninstalled it within minutes, what can I improve?
Inmatrix - Nov 22 at 6:42am Copy Link
Loyal Customer An update and some installation feedback to the developer:

Yes, the download triggers a security issue.
Upon clicking the "direct" link to download, Firefox traps and prevents the download, with a red warning of a security threat.
I had to override the browser's action.
The download passed 3 security checks. So no issues there.

Installation was smooth.
I was surprised with all the 14 options. Never seen that in any other player. Some or all of these options should be transparent to the user, and should be automatically installed with the program installation, or triggered when invoked during playing of a clip that requires some of them.

The options window remains open after selecting to install all 14 options. It should close automatically upon completion so it won't confuse some users who are not highly experienced with computers.

Upon running the program, it displays 3 configuration options, including Android, and asks me to select one. Why is this not-so-smart step? Why can't the program detect it is running Windows 10 Pro on a desktop? I have never seen another program in my 30 years of computer engineering that asks this question.

Hovering on any icon at the bottom of the Playlist does NOT display any text to show the user the function of that icon. That's very unusual in this day & age of computers.
On the positive side, it is impressive that this program has a legacy installation option for Windows 95, 98, and ME!
The user interface looks pleasant.

I will be testing the player with audio and video in the next few days and weeks.
Thank you for this giveaway.

Windows 10 Pro 64
AMD Ryzen 7, 8-core
Samsung Pro M.2 2280, 1 TB
Exos 12TB external backup drive
Nov 22 at 7:01am Copy Link
Doug Myers There is no direct download link. The link Bits supplies says downloaded too many times. Please can't we get a little consistency and correctness of what is going on?
Nov 22 at 7:37am Copy Link
Inmatrix Loyal Customer:
Thank you for the feedback. I used a digital certification to sign the installer EXE, but I guess it's not enough nowadays. I'm not familiar with a way to circumvent this issue.

Doug Myers:
I am hoping Bits can sort it out, I'm not sure what the reason for this is, I didn't put any limitations on the giveaway. I'll try to extend it for another day to make sure everyone can get access.
Inmatrix - Nov 22 at 8:49am Copy Link
Loyal Customer @Inmatrix,
I would think the easiest way to resolve this security warning issue is to communicate with Mozilla.
Most likely they have some exclusion list.
Nov 22 at 8:55am Copy Link
Inmatrix Loyal Customer:
You'd think that, but firefox hooks into some windows API for that and you'd think the API would be connected to windows defender database or something else, but it doesn't look like it's updating fast enough.

My guess is that the giveaway installer (which is a custom installer for this specific giveaway) does not yet have the installer's hash code in the microsoft database, even though I scanned it on virustotal.

I keep having issues with Microsoft on this, false-positives and other quirks/. It even listed a beta EXE I sent to one of my testers as "fake program warning" because it didn't have the EXE's hash on record (and how could it, it was a special EXE build to test a new feature).
Inmatrix - Nov 22 at 9:30am Copy Link
Loyal Customer Thanks, Inmatrix.
I understand your issues with MS and/or Mozilla.
I'm confident that you will eventually overcome & resolve these issues. The user should use their own judgment when it comes to false security triggers. A developer, generally speaking, is not in the business of infecting customers' machines.

Right now, what annoys me in the Zoom Player, as I said before, is that the little icons at the bottom of the Playlist do not reveal themselves when you hover the mouse over them.
That should be a minor and easy program update.

My goto players are 2. MPC-HC 64 for general audio & video, mostly video, and Foobar 2000 as the major audio player for its exceptional multi-playlist capability. One of my playlists on Foobar has over 5 thousand titles and several other lists with thousands of titles. All these lists are loaded simultaneously. So I never need to close a list in order to load another!! The lists are tabbed at the top of the player.
I must say that I also still use WinAmp Pro now & then for a certain feature of it not available anywhere else.

Best of luck.
Nov 22 at 9:58am Copy Link
Inmatrix Loyal Customer:
I'm not entirely sure what you mean by "the little icons at the bottom of the Playlist do not reveal themselves when you hover the mouse over them". If you're using the default skin, there is a mouse-hover effect on the bottom buttons, can you explain? or better yet, come over to Zoom Player's sub-reddit, I would love to get more of your feedback.

Version 18 is close to release, so this feature won't be make in time, but I have support for multi-playlists on my to-do list, so there's a good chance I'll have support for them soon. Zoom Player already has several strong playlist features, including the Advanced Playlist Control which can filter large lists and take actions quickly.
Inmatrix - Nov 22 at 11:22am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Inmatrix has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Thursday at 12:11am Copy Link
Lynne User Lately all of the software from BitsDuJour have come back with virus warnings

This is so not like them, normally very good software. Not happy coz really wanted this
Thursday at 1:31am Copy Link
Free Ride @Lynne User

There are differences between virus warnings and virus warnings. PUP usually refers to possibly unwanted program. That means really nothing and just one engine out of almost millions flagged the file, so it's very much a false positive. I don't even know about VirIT, all other well-known AV's didn't detect anything. So there is that and makes one wonder why that is.
Thursday at 2:28am Copy Link
Inmatrix Lynne User:
There is no virus in Zoom Player, the only thing virustotal finds is one vendor "VirIT" classifying Zoom Player as "PUP" which means "Potentially Unwanted Program", which is messed up.

I contacted them before about this BS and they ignore my requests so there's not much I can do.
Inmatrix - Thursday at 2:51am Copy Link
Lynne User Free Ride and Inmatrix

Even as it was downloading, I got a warning that it was not safe to download with an alert. I did do some follow up reading on the Zoom Player PUP and decided I would rather be safe than sorry. Cheers
Thursday at 4:21am Copy Link
Inmatrix Crap, I just did a search for "Zoom Player PUP" and they are just blatantly lying about what Zoom Player supposedly does (showing ads and pop-ups). No, Zoom Player does not install anything other than open-source codecs!

It looks like "PUP" is being used by anti-malware software as a scare tactics for people to install their software. It seems there is no honor among developers.
Inmatrix - Thursday at 4:36am Copy Link
Loyal Customer @Inmatrix
On the first run of ZP, right at the end of the installation process, the icons/tools at the bottom of the Playlist did not have a mouse-hover reaction at all. I tried that multiple times.
After exiting ZP and running it again, the hover action/reaction came to life.
So a restart of the program solved it.
Thursday at 6:19am Copy Link
David User HOPELESS! will not install . I suppose that is why itis free!
Thursday at 6:37am Copy Link
michael vanier Had to use Firefox / Mozilla as browser using link supplied in email to download setup file-other browsers were problematic. Levis Allain ,I believe there is an option to set language either during install , or immediately after install ,you should see a choice of language. Good Luck, Mon Ami !!
Thursday at 7:20am Copy Link
Inmatrix David:
The whole point is for new people to try it out, that's the reason it's free right now.

Can you provide more information, what are you trying to do that doesn't work as expected?
Inmatrix - Thursday at 7:34am Copy Link
Free Ride @Lynne User

Well, it's not that much of a problem to be attentive and suspicious of findings AV's do make but some are simply false positives, i can't explain this enough. If the dev reached out to them and they don't fix their virus alert, there isn't much Inmatrix could do to change that. I used the player several times in many years, got it always when a new giveaway was published and constantly upgraded to newer versions, not once did i have a single virus warning.

The only thing i'd suggest is only installing the codecs you really need or require, the more you have, doesn't mean the better.

Other than that i'd always grab a new copy if offered, free is always a steal and to me, Inmatrix is as trustworthy as any other developer offering software here and i also trust BDJ in offering clean files to us.
Thursday at 7:45am Copy Link
Joe M Does your program find missing album art?
Thursday at 11:23am Copy Link
Casey User I clicked on the download link, unzip it, but when I tried launching the installer and nothing happened, no installation window, no error message, or anything. Tried redownloading it from the giveaway link and still the same thing.
Thursday at 12:09pm Copy Link
Mario Trzes @Casey User
Same happened to me.
Thursday at 1:03pm Copy Link
Loyal Customer @Inmatrix
A suggestion, or a wishlist:
1) When a playlist is loaded (which may have a very large number of titles), and the user starts selecting titles to play, it's most desirable to see these cued titles numbered sequentially as they are added.
That's helpful to know when a song is expected to play. That's how WinAmp and Foobar2000 work.
Right now, the entire list is numbered sequentially when loaded, which I think is not necessary.

2) Two other playlist columns I'd love to see added are the Bit Rate of the file and the file size.

3) Please display the name of the playlist on top of the playlist window.

I'll try to think of some more.
Thursday at 3:44pm Copy Link
Inmatrix Joe M:
Zoom Player has a plug-in for fetching art and meta-data from website. I was actually involved with the hashing algorithm used by this website:

Casey User & Mario Trzes:
Make sure the date on your PC is setup correctly, this installation is time-limited to the duration of the giveaway and should work till Nov 26th.

Loyal Customer:
1) I didn't quite understand your meaning here (see below).
2) I'm considering re-writing the playlist so you can choose which columns appear.
3) Yes in theory, but I'd like to discuss it further with you.

I've already begun the concept design for multiple playlists. I don't like the tabs approach, it takes too much space. I'm thinking an easily accessible button that will pop a playlist list you can quickly switch to.

Zoom Player's playlist code is already highly optimized for speed and a large number of entries. I believe last year I was doing tests on playlists with over 20K entries.

Please write me a message on reddit, I'd like to discuss some of your ideas in more details and this comment area isn't suited for this, this is my reddit account, please leave a message/chat:
Inmatrix - Friday at 3:25am Copy Link
Inmatrix Loyal Customer:
1) I didn't quite understand your meaning here (see below).
2) I'm considering re-writing the playlist so you can choose which columns appear.
3) Yes in theory, but I'd like to discuss it further with you.

I've already begun the concept design for multiple playlists. I don't like the tabs approach, it takes too much space. I'm thinking an easily accessible button that will pop a playlist list you can quickly switch to.

Zoom Player's playlist code is already highly optimized for speed and a large number of entries. I believe last year I was doing tests on playlists with over 20K entries.

Please write me a message on reddit, I'd like to discuss some of your ideas in more details and this comment area isn't suited for this, this is my reddit account, please leave a message/chat:
Inmatrix - Friday at 3:28am Copy Link
Flash113 Download and install without problems, scanned installer with Norton and all is good.


Fine Print: says You can install/register the software at any time.

Receipt says: must be installed during promotion

We need a little clarity on this?

This is happening too frequently on Bitsdujour

thanks for giveaway
Friday at 10:50am Copy Link
Susan User Are you serious?

The connection to is not secure
You are seeing this warning because this site does not support HTTPS.
Friday at 7:57pm Copy Link
Jeremy J Gilomen Tried to download without success (Save Download As Dialog Box)
(Browser set to ask for download location for every Download)
Eventually got this error message:

"This promotion has been downloaded too many times from this link.

You can get this download by making a purchase from this page."

Had already purchased, at that point.

Please help, Thanks!

Browser: Google Chrome
Version 119.0.6045.160 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Friday at 10:33pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Inmatrix has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Saturday at 12:11am Copy Link
MBe Is this really true for the giveaway version? "Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for 12 months" - that means all updates are free to install in the next 12 months, without loosing the MAX license?
Saturday at 1:37am Copy Link
Free Ride @MBe

That is true. The updates do not override the license. All updates coming out in the next 12 months are free of charge. ??
Saturday at 2:25am Copy Link
Inmatrix Flash113:
I didn't write that fine-print, you can only install during the giveaway period.
Weird about the norton thing, no issues on VirusTotal using their engine.
Inmatrix - Saturday at 3:01am Copy Link
Inmatrix MBe & Free Ride:
No, you do not get free upgrades with the Giveaway version, it doesn't come with a license key so future version installs will not recognize the activation.
Inmatrix - Saturday at 3:03am Copy Link
Carolyn Banks Program fails to download normally. However, once it did download, Windows was unable to execute exe file.
Saturday at 8:02am Copy Link
Joël User Pour Levis Allain.
J'ai télécharger un fichier de langue française ici.

Avec le clic droit de la souris ça fonctionne.

Cependant le survol de l'interface par la souris lui n'est pas traduit.

Voilà à toute fins utiles.

Saturday at 10:26am Copy Link
Casey User This program is crap as you can't even install it, so that you can use it!
Saturday at 11:36am Copy Link
Inmatrix Joël User:
Sadly, the french language file has not been updated in a while, not enough french speaking users willing to help the process.

Carolyn Banks:
I'm sadden to hear that, did you get an error message or a warning of some sort?
Inmatrix - Saturday at 11:39am Copy Link
Loyal Customer No, the program is not crap, Casey, to be fair.
Something is wrong on your end.
I don't know the details about your system, which you should specify to the vendor.
Download and installation went very smoothly, with no crash issues at all.
I am on Windows 10 Pro 64, with an AMD Ryzen 7, 8-core, if that helps.
Saturday at 12:28pm Copy Link
CJCotter Constantin Florea, please send me an email with the download link that you sent to Alphie User. One of my programs popped up a serous security issue with the original download. Thank you.
Saturday at 3:29pm Copy Link
Casey User Loyal Customer: I even temporarily disabled my antivirus and still get the same issue.
Saturday at 3:44pm Copy Link
Robert Crombie CJCotter
I do not agree.
Lifetime license means to me that the given version will never expire.
It does bot mean Lifetime upgrades.
Saturday at 3:53pm Copy Link
CJCotter Robert Crombie, Hmm. That's a perspective I've never heard. I can live with that. Thank you.
Saturday at 4:16pm Copy Link
Loyal Customer @ Casey, I don't know what antivirus program you use.
I have 5 levels of protection, and I checked the ZP file with 3 of them.
All three reported no issues.
The other thing to keep in mind is that a software vendor who is trying to market his product is NOT in the business of infecting customers' computers with viruses.
Forget your Antivirus program and upload the ZP file to the Total Virus website.
The site tests it with at least 2 dozen antivirus programs and gives you the result.
It's free. It's common sense.
So no need to rely on just the program you have.
Saturday at 5:15pm Copy Link
alireza User Suggestion for the bitsdujour developer, you can change the top menu of the site like this :
Mac - PC - iOS - Zoom Player MAX - Exclusive - Free eBooks
Saturday at 5:33pm Copy Link
Constantin Florea @alireza User, Thanks for your suggestion! I just sent it to my team so we can discuss it internally.
BitsDuJour Admin - Saturday at 5:40pm Copy Link
Mario Trzes @Inmatrix, nope! Date is correct. I've also shut down any antivirus and non necessary programs. Didn't work. Click to install the app and nothing happens. Thank you anyway.
Saturday at 5:48pm Copy Link
CJCotter @Loyal Customer,
I, too, got a warning from one of my programs about the download. I read your comments and then decided to just go ahead and open the ZIP file. My main security software, Emsisoft, made no effort to stop me.
It installed fine.
Saturday at 7:33pm Copy Link
Robert Crombie Let me start by saying 90% of people posting to forums (and here) do not provide enough information. SNAP OUT OF IT.
If you read my first pos above, you will see me describing (IN DETAIL) my install of this giveaway.
I was intending to install this giveaway to my other PC later on, but some posts above made me believe I have to do it within the giveaway period.
So I fired up my other PC to do the install.
It is a 32bit desktop running W10 Pro. The antivirus is Bitdefender free, which i believed was easily switched off.
I no longer believe that, so it will be getting uninstalled in the next few days.
I am 81 so my memory does not work.
When I fired up the 32bit PC, I found that I had purchased a lifetime version a few years back. So I decided to download the full blown installer from Zoom's web site.
I used Firefox, and got some security warning which I had to say 'do it anyway', which I did.
Download was extremely slow, and I was not allowed to run the installer.
I fired up Edge, and attempted a fresh download. I had to give permission to override warnings a couple of times.
Extremely slow download, but once downloaded, it installed.
Even the extras that the install suggests were slow downloading.
Entered my 4 year old key, and it is now installed, and registered.
Will be looking forward to the new version the author mentioned.
Saturday at 9:23pm Copy Link
Inmatrix CJCotter:
The lifetime (free upgrades) license is for life (every upgrade), but this form of license didn't exist when you bought the pro version. Even so, I hate it that you're not satisfied so just contact me on reddit and I'll give you a license.
Inmatrix - Sunday at 3:14am Copy Link
Inmatrix Casey User & Mario Trzes:
If you still want to try Zoom Player, contact me on reddit and I'll do my best to get it working for you.
Inmatrix - Sunday at 3:17am Copy Link
Inmatrix Robert Crombie:
Weird that it was as slow as you described, there's actually 3 mirror sites for these downloads. Version 18 is coming soon and I hope you'll like it, thank you for supporting Zoom Player.
Inmatrix - Sunday at 3:21am Copy Link
Robert Crombie inmatrix,
I suspect it was the antivirus stringently checking it out, as it nibbled its way through the download.
We (PC owners) should have the right to tell our antivirus to turn off, when we command it to.
I thought Bitdefender had such an option, but they have gotten rid of that, or hidden it deeper. I have uninstalled it. I am fairly sure that Windows Defender does not have that option either.
Sunday at 3:00pm Copy Link
CJCotter @Inmatrix and everyone else, I have many programs on my computer in which I paid out the most expensive "lifetime" licenses. All of these programs continue to upgrade without requiring any more money. Inmatrix is the only company that seems to have a different definition of the word "lifetime".
Beginning with version 12, Zoom Player Pro designed in a nag screen at startup, to pay out more money for an upgrade, even though I had already paid for a “lifetime” license.
Inmatrix then obsoleted Zoom Player Pro and created Zoom Player Max, on which my license is no good.
Though you offered me some kind of license, where would I use it? I’ve already downloaded and installed today’s GOTD offer.
Sunday at 3:55pm Copy Link
Inmatrix CJCotter:
There was never a Pro lifetime license. I just didn't charge for upgrades for many years because I could. But when my daughters were born, I can no longer afford it, that's the honest truth. I was offering you a new lifetime license because I do value your purchase and hate that your harbor these feelings.

Robert Crombie:
At least with windows defender Microsoft offer a form to submit for false-positive detection that's usually pretty quick to update.
Inmatrix - Yesterday at 3:56am Copy Link
CJCotter Inmatrix, OK fine. A little understanding of the situation goes a long way. You'll hear no further whining from me.
Yesterday at 4:55am Copy Link
Inmatrix CJCotter:
Thank you, my offer still stands.
Inmatrix - Yesterday at 5:37am Copy Link
CJCotter Inmatrix, as I said earlier, where would I use it? I’ve already downloaded and installed the BitsDuJour recent offer.
Yesterday at 4:00pm Copy Link

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