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When our demand for video shooting and photography goes beyond air or a static state, Gopro camera might be the first tool we think of - shooting videos under water, in the space, during extreme sports etc. But you will always need an equivalent media player on PC to play back and show off those videos. Gorpro video are generally saved in H264 and h265 MP4 format, a good Gopro player Windows 10 should 100% support these new codecs and format. Here we would like to list out 2 professional Gopro players for Windows 10 PC with reviews.
5KPlayer is one of the best GoPro player that opens GoPro video files directly on your Windows 10/macOS High Sierra as easy as ABC. It supports HEVC MP4 with hardware decoding utility to boost 4K video playback performance. It supports H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC), H.265 (MPEG-4 HEVC), CineForm, VP8/VP9, Theora, WMV.
Step 1: Free download this free GoPro Video Player for Windows 10
Step 2: Play the target GoPro video file.
1. Drag & drop the target GoPro video file to the main panel of this free GoPro player Windows 10;
2. Click "Video" button on the main interface to add GoPro video/image for playback;
* Right click on target GoPro video file, and navigate to "Open with 5KPlayer" option.
GoPro 4K 60fps HEVC/H.265 video playback gets choppy when playing with VLC? Here gathers solutions for your reference.Download Best Free VOB Player
Best free VOB player can play DVD VOB movies, online VOB files and damaged DVD VOB videos.Best H.265 Player Download Free
The best free H.265/HEVC player named 5KPlayer plays MKV video files containing H.265/X265 HEVC codec effortlessly.
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