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It's like mpv just with a lot of settings accessible to end user via preferences, while in mvp you have to edit it's conf file if you want to set something as your preference. Plus IINA can use mvp conf file too. It's great, it uses more or less the same CPU while playing, can't say which one uses more, because it's down to 1-3% fluctuating difference. IINNA uses more cpu when seeking video, though. See More
Player has only one basic interface in white or black colour. There are a numerous skins available for VLC, but at the moment do not work with the OSX version of the application. There are some third-party skins that Mac users can download though. See More
Unlike other video players, QuickTime offers recording and editing opportunity. To unlock this features QuickTime Pro 7 is required, which is a fee-based software (29.99$). Program features include possibility to record video and audio directly from microphone, FireWire camcorder and iSight camera. Speaking of video editing, cutting, deleting, resizing, flipping, or rotating a movie is possible. See More
QuickTime is developed by Apple, which is known for its plain, but gorgeous and user-friendly design. QuickTime is included in the list of default programs on macOS systems, so it is a good free option for beginners and users who love style and comfort. See More
QuickTime video player has "Zero-configuration streaming" - video player automatically determines best connection speed. Plus, it can automatically reconnect, if the connection was lost. Step by step video file stream or broadcast guide can be found in the source. See More
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