Play Windows Media files (.wma and .wmv) on your Mac using QuickTime or a web browser.
Includes all the features of Player Pro, and adds the ability to create standard definition (up to 768 X 576) WMV files using preset templates and custom encoding profiles.
Easy to install & use: Flip4Mac components install seamlessly and can be accessed through your System Preferences.
The Trusted Solution: Developed and backed by Telestream experience and technology, Flip4Mac components are the most trusted solution with stability and professional support.
Upgrade for more options: The Flip4Mac Player lets you watch Windows Media on your Mac.Unlock more features from within the application to be able to import, edit and convert Windows Media.
Exclusive features you only get with Flip4Mac!
Brilliant playback on Retina Displays
With Flip4Mac, your videos look crisp and clear even on the highest resolution Retina Display monitors.
Unique web browser integration
Only Flip4Mac provides Windows Media support for Safari, Firefox and Chrome web browsers. Watch Windows Media streams and listen to radio stations directly in your web browser.
Unique QuickTime integration
Only Flip4Mac provides Windows Media support in QuickTime to allow Windows Media playback in Apple's default QuickTime Player as well as in other QuickTime-based applications.
Unique Flip Player
Only Flip4Mac combines the best of a system-wide QuickTime integration and a standalone multiformat media player application, Flip Player.
Unique Compressor export
(Pro) Only Flip4Mac enables Windows Media creation with Apple Compressor. Create custom presets and Droplets to batch encode large amount of files and projects. Only Compressor in combination with Flip4Mac Studio products allow Windows Media export from Final Cut Pro X.
Unique PowerPoint and Keynote integration
(Pro) Only Flip4Mac provides a seamless Windows Media integration with Microsoft PowerPoint and Apple Keynote presentations. Both PowerPoint and Keynote can access and play Windows Media files through Flip4Mac*. It is also possible to import Windows Media files into PowerPoint and Keynote and save them as PowerPoint presentations so they can be viewed on a Windows PC.