Matrix Video Player
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. What are the system requirements for using MVP?

A. Matrix Video Player runs on Microsoft Windows operating systems. It uses Microsoft DirectShow Technology. DirectX version 9,0 or higher with Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows 2003, Windows ME, Windows XP and Windows Vista are required.

Q. What types of videos can I open in MVP?

A. MVP uses the underlying Windows DirectShow interface. This allows the program to open any program that has a CODEC installed for that video. Generally speaking, if you can open the file in Microsoft Media Player, the file can be opened in MVP.

Q. How many videos can I open with MVP?

A. The Free Lite version can open up to two videos. The Full version can open up to 100 videos. The system that the program is running on will limit the number of videos that can be reasonably opened. The better the performance of the overall system, the more videos that can be opened without degradation to the video performance. Keep in mind that the disk drives, video card, processor, and amount of memory all will contribute to better performance.

Q. I have the Lite version installed and I have purchased the full version, do I have to un-install the Lite version first before installing the Full version?

A. No. If you do not have any version installed, the Full version will install the full functionality. If you already have the Lite version, the Full version will treat it as an upgrade and change all the files and Add/Remove information appropriately.