MP4 Player Mac
What is MP4
MPEG-4 Part 14 or MP4 file format is a multimedia container format standard specified as a part of MPEG-4. MPEG-4 contains MPEG-4 encoded video and Advanced Audio Coding (AAC)-encoded audio content. Usually it uses MP4 extension for its files.
MP4 format is most commonly used to store digital video and audio streams, but can also be used for storing such data as subtitles and stills. This format also allows streaming over Internet.
Stores like iTunes use this format and it is also used with iPod and Sony PSP. This makes MP4 format more and more common. In order to play MP4 on Mac you will need an MP4 player for Mac, so have a look at how to play MP4 files on Mac below.
How to play MP4 on Mac
with Elmedia Multiformat Player
1. Purchase and open the app
Buy Elmedia Multiformat Video Player from Mac App Store with your Apple ID account (given you have provided a valid payment method in your App Store account). Click the price under the app image. Elmedia Player will then download to your computer. Open it.
2. Play video files
Add your MP4 files to the app's library. There are plenty of ways you can do this. Choose the one you like most:
- Drop MP4 file(s) on the open player window or onto its icon in the Dock.
- Right-click the MP4 file in Finder and choose "Open With", then Elmedia Player of course.
- In player's main menu choose "File" and then "Open" option.
You'll have a great time, we promise! Of course given you've chosen a good movie to watch :). Elmedia can play so many more video and audio formats too. FLV, MP4, AVI, MOV, DAT, MKV, MP3, FLAC are supported as well as many others.