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AllPepole Video Player – Best Free Audio / Video Players on Mac

Almost all of us like listening to music and watch video, film in our computer system. If you are using Windows, did not install any third-party software, you must use the default “Windows media player” the MP3 player or watching a video.

Although the Windows media player is a good multimedia player and a great project, but some people are Mac users, and they almost don’t like its’ player, because of resource limitations and heavy.

This topic today, we will share a free, popular Media Player can be used on Mac.

AllPepole Video Player packed with dozens of sets of advanced features, such as interface, built-in search subtitles, audio/subtitle synchronization, enhanced filter rendering and YouTube ™ player/recorder, and there is a specially designed for simple easy to use and intuitive user interface.

One of the most interesting functions of AllPepole Video Player: it will remember you play all of the files Settings. So, you start watching a movie, but you have to leave… Don’t worry, when you open that movie again, will you leave it in the same place, and use the same Settings: audio track, subtitles, volume…

AllPepole Video Player is also a simple Video Merger which allows the combining favorite video, audio, and share with your loved ones. If you don’t want to add audio then simply press a button, to save video and share your loved ones.

Free download at app store:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/my-player-free/id920673545?mt=12

AllPepole is a terminal software manufacturer and vendor for against civilians! This high-tech software enterprise provides software products include media series, office series, mobile series, and enterprise services series. such as Media Player,Video Merger,Mobile Transfer,Video Converter, Photo Editor ,Video Cutter etc…

AllPepole is a terminal software manufacturer and vendor for against civilians! This high-tech software enterprise provides software products include media series, office series, mobile series, and enterprise services series. such as Media Player,Video Merger,Mobile Transfer,Video Converter, Photo Editor ,Video Cutter etc…
AllPepole is a terminal software manufacturer and vendor for against civilians! This high-tech software enterprise provides software products include media series, office series, mobile series, and enterprise services series. such as Media Player,Video Merger,Mobile Transfer,Video Converter, Photo Editor ,Video Cutter etc…

AllPepole Video Player packed with dozens of sets of advanced features, such as interface, built-in search subtitles, audio/subtitle synchronization

Rare video game peripherals
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As part of what I’ve sometimes jokingly reffered to as being "the generation raised on video gaming", I’ve certainly owned my share of video game consoles and peripherals of various sorts.

Both ones that were popular and easy to find, others, not nearly so common place in nature.

The video game stuff pictured here represents the latter of the two things.

In fact, I’m fairly sure this kind of stuff doesn’t tend to turn up on Ebay much at all.

Every last thing pictured here in unlicensed, and is all for the Super NES/Super Famicom.

all told, it’s 3 video game enhancers (much like the Game genie) and one NES/Famicom to Super NES adapter. (Actually, also let’s Super Famicom games be played as well, not that I ever owned any import games.

From left to right, it foes as follows…

"Game Wizard" by Innovation
(Basically the US equivalent of the UK made Pro Action Replay (the original PAR, not the 2nd one).

"Game Mage" by Leisure
(Of Asian origin… possibly China, if i recall… designed for the Super Famicom, not the American Super NES, but since Nintendo used a physical lockout rather than a software one on the Super NES & Super Famicom, much like with their N64, it was just more a matter of making the thing fit in your Super NES. It accepted both foreign and US Super NES games, and used the exact same codes that the Game genie used, but unlike the Game genie, also came with cheat codes built-in for some games.

"Pro Action Replay 2" by Datel (A game enhancer made in England).
Unlike other game enhancers (including their own Pro Action Replay 1) this puppy let you plug in up to 100 cheat codes at a time, thereby essentially letting the gamer re-write entire sections of the game program code. It came with a book loaded full of codes already, plus like the original PAR, it contained a "trainer" mode, which let a gamer devise their own codes by using methods to track which part of the game code you wanted to change. Using this thing, I was able to sometimes (though not always) carack which part of the program code in fighting games controlled the character data for which fighter you’re selecting. Hence, I sometimes was able to get fighting games with no official boss code listed let me play (often glitchy in nature at best) as unplayable "boss" characters, like Shang Tsung and Goro in MK 1 on Super NES. But, it barely worked before glitching for those particular codes in that game.

"Super 8" by Innovation
With this, you could play both NES and Famicom games as well as Super Famicom games on an American model Super NES. It came with no instruction manual, since the only instructions one needs is listed right on the outside of the box. I have no idea of whether or not this would work on a redesigned model Super NES.