- 31.PROlite version has been discontinued November 12, 2008
- 32.BS.Player 2.32 has received a 5 star review on... November 10, 2008
- 33.NEW BS.Player 2.32 is out, with missing codecs management October 13, 2008
- 34.New version of BS.Player was released (2.31) September 8, 2008
- 35.BS.Player version 2.30 is out - including BS.Player... August 11, 2008
- 36.Media player BS.Player 2.28 is out! April 29, 2008
- 37.BS.player 2.27.958 is released! March 3, 2008
- 38.BS.Player joins forces with internationally acclaimed... February 28, 2008
- 39.BS.Player 2.26 release December 24, 2007
- 40.Release of version 2.25.955 November 13, 2007
- 41.BS.Player version 2.24.954 September 21, 2007
- 42.BS.Player 2.23 is released August 1, 2007
- 43.Media player BS.Player 2.22 is released today! July 27, 2007
- 44.Video player BS.Player 2.21 - Vista ready - is out! May 4, 2007
- 45.Multimedia player - BS.Player 2.20 for Vista is out April 24, 2007
BS.Player 2.32 has received a 5 star review on www.Download.com
"BS.Player doesn't mess around"
"Several years ago, BS.Player used to be one of the better multicodec free video playback applications around. It then started to be bundled with adware, popularity dropped, and other programs took up its slack. BS.Player returns now with a free version, a new interface, and new jukebox capabilities for video and audio.
The interface loads as a refurbished skin of the original dashboard, and you can even reskin the it back to its original look. Track name, length, and time elapsed are front and center, and clicking on various features, such as the elapsed time, cycles through display options. Note that the Menu tab is hidden until you mouse over it. Player controls live at the bottom, and a tab of gray options on the right expands to reveal further options for Video, DVD, Audio, Radio, and TV playback. Three circles marked ML, PL, and EQ toggle the detached Media Library, Playlist, and Equalizer panes.
The installation process checks your system for missing codecs, although you have to opt out of a BS.Player toolbar. We had no issues drag-drop-and-playing various Real, Quicktime, AVI, WMV, and MPEG-formatted videos. Also note that the new Media Library window owes much to iTunes. There's not much you can do about that, since the included skins only change the look of the dashboard. BS.Player lacks modern ancillary media functions such as seeking out album art, but you can configure ID3 tags natively. If you're feeling nostalgic for a stable media player with a familiar name but updated look and features, you can be bullish on BS.Player."