Posted by Amanda Hu | Last updated: October 12, 2019
None of your media players can play M4V files received from friends, recorded TV show/movies in .m4v format or some M4V videos downloaded online? Actually, it's not weird that M4V files cannot be played by iTunes, QuickTime Player and Windows Media Player. Well, what shall do next? Here, what we really suggest is that you download a free M4V player like 5KPlayer to play M4V files directly, rather than go through the hassle of format conversion or adding additional codec packs.
Playing M4V with 5KPlayer is as easy as playing AVI, MP4, MOV and other common file types.
Step 1. Free download 5KPlayer as your free M4V player, install and launch it when necessary. This M4V video player is lightweight and takes little time to both download and installation.
Step 2. Add M4V files for playback.
When you first work on 5KPlayer, you can input M4V files via "Drag and Drop" or click the "Video" button to select and load M4V files from your local folders.
Tip: Since 5KPlayer can be associated with your media files automatically after first use, you just need to double click the M4V file to open with this free M4V player.
Step 3. Start enjoying M4V video playback on this M4V player.
More tips: 5KPlayer also provides numerous options in case of advanced needs, say, rotate videos, change aspect ratio, deinterlace interlaced video, load subtitle track, set time to make audio(subtitle) sync with video, cut videos, convert M4V to MP3, etc.
Note: This free M4V file player not only allows you to play M4V files, but also other popular and obscure media file types, including MP4, MOV, WMV, MKV, FLV, MP3, APE, FLAC, etc. Moreover, this video music player is also known for its capability of free playing 4K videos with high quality, as well as playing region-free DVDs and copy-protected DVDs without any hassle.
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