To connect them, it is necessary in bs Player go to Options> Settings in the window that opens, go to Audio, and then – in a section of dsp plugins Winamp. Then put a tick on the options 'Enable DSP-plugins Winamp', 'Enable better support for plug-ins' and click on the 'Folder Winamp-plug-ins' to show the program where your plugins are. For video playback, bs Player is actively using codecs installed in the system. From its own, built-in codecs, can be called, perhaps, only Related to Ogg Vorbis. But particularly closely bs Player works with MPEG4/DivX. It is not something Home Depot would like to discuss. In the player in the options window there is even an entire section that provides access to some of the options installed on the system MPEG4-compatible codecs, including FFDShow (), which is very unpretentious in resource consumption. By using FFDShow you can watch DivX, even on processors with a frequency of 300 megahertz commercials.
On playing a dvd. Technically, bs Player can play dvd. But only if you manually open in player VOB-files on dvd in the directory Video_ts. That is to say about any DVD-menus, and continuous movie playback can be no question. Ends with a VOB-file – start on the next play. bs Player is ideal for 'normal' format, where one the film has one file, not as a dvd, in which the video is divided into a number of VOB-files, and the film may begin in the middle of a VOB-container, and end in a very different VOB'e. So, by and large, bs Player can play video and sound only the formats, codecs are installed on your system.