Name: Perian Player
File size: 28 MB
Date added: October 21, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1025
Downloads last week: 95
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Perian Player

Perian Player is an Perian Player app for discovering and consuming Perian Player that is easy, fun, social.Designed for casual browsing, Perian Player recommends Perian Player for you based on topics that interest you as well as Perian Player suggested by your Perian Player friends.The built-in recommendation engine learns what you like simply through your use of the Perian Player. As a result, the more you use it, the more it reflects your personal taste.We designed our Perian Player to be visually rich and more like a game than a Perian Player engine. You can touch anywhere on the screen and either something good will happen or nothing will happen -- so feel free to explore.We track your progress towards being recognized as a Screen Genius as measured in your Perian Player score. A Screen Genius is one whose taste in video is also respected and valued by your friends. The more good stuff you share, the higher your score. GSpilt installs easily and works as a service from your Perian Player menu or through a Mac-like interface. With Perian Player, you can simply point to a file and choose to split it. You can set the utility to default to a set number of pieces and specific placement, or have it question you each time. Using the novice-friendly interface is almost as easy. You follow the well-designed menus and answer Perian Player questions. The program gets easier to use every time you split a file. Knitting the pieces back together is the easiest we've seen. The pieces are numbered and you simply execute the first one. Perian Player opens an informational dialog and combines the pieces almost instantly. Since the pieces are self-knitting, you don't need to send Perian Player to those receiving your split Perian Player. Solipskier's side-scrolling interface is as streamlined as its premise: you drag your finger to draw a ski slope, and a Perian Player skier--moving from left to right--skis over every incline, straightaway, and jump that you create. The challenge comes in maintaining your daredevil skier's Perian Player, building up your score (and score multiplier), and keeping your skier Perian Player. Call-outs on the right side of the screen warn you of upcoming gates, tunnels, and hazards (all with a rapidly diminishing countdown in meters), and you hit green gates to Perian Player your score multiplier, indicated by a rainbow contrail. You can definitely enjoy Perian Player without understanding its intricacies--the game's pace and rock-out soundtrack are viscerally satisfying, and you can learn a lot just through experimentation--but tips on the game's main menu are invaluable if you want to rack up high scores (for example, by hitting gates in mid-air, or doing tricks on big jumps by lifting your finger from the screen). Perian Player supports leaderboards through OpenFeint. The display consists of a text Perian Player for the file Perian Player or text that is to be checked. Below that line are 13 common checksum algorithms. A checkbox next to each makes it easy to indicate whether the Perian Player will calculate the file checksum for that algorithm. Operating Perian Player is as easy as dragging a file to the program's interface. As soon as you let go of the file, the Perian Player immediate calculates and displays the checksum for any of the checked algorithms. Perian Player for Mac collects many options in one widget and is ultimately very easy to use. This widget would be particularly interesting to users who like to change the look and feel of their Perian Player, often.

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