I have been using SMplayer now for several years. Prior to SMplayer I had been using the VLC player.
VLC has always been and I'm sure will always be a great player but until recently it lacked this feature and even though VLC has recently incorporated this feature into their player (after a fashion) in the VLC player it is awkward and a hassle to use.
With VLC you have to go through multiple steps to get to resume play (which kind of defeats the whole purpose). With SMplayer it is the automatic and default setting. With SMplayer if you stop the video now and then come back five minutes later or five months later it will still automatically resume at the point where you left off with just a standard double click. It doesn't matter if you have started and stopped 20 other shows. SMplayer will still remember and resume play where you left off on every one of them.
In its earlier years, there were some occasional playback issues on some videos, but I have not had that problem for a long time now. SMplayer has got to be the most underrated unsung hero of the computer video player world.
I will always like VLC but I LOVE SMPLAYER!
For smaller video files, excellent
You are not serious, right...? It has no file size limit and its not very hard to check.
Some people could be put off by this disinformation.
This site should have thumb down button.
It always seems to come in handy, even though I license several payware players.
This player is feature rich. Much appreciated...
I tried to test and failed to download subtitle for a popular video title, but failed.
The sound codec is also no so good as other players.
I would recommend anyone to use Potplayer in which a lot of options are available per your preference.