No frills, just the pleasure of watching
Use Chromecast to stream video content
Watch videos from your computer on your TV, projector, or another Chromecast-enabled device.
Manage your playlist
Add several files to your playlist and watch them non-stop.
Resume playing video from where you last left off
Get back to your videos whenever it suits you. PixelSee will remember where you left off and offer to resume watching from this moment when you reopen it.
Select subtitles and audio tracks
Combine video and audio tracks however you like.
Dock a player window
Adjust the size of a player, pin it anywhere on the screen and continue to use other features of your device.
Play video files with any extensions
PixelSee supports all popular audio and video formats like MPEG, AVI, MP4, WMV, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is your media player free?
Yes, PixelSee is completely free for everyone! You can watch videos on your PC or stream them to a TV, multimedia projector, or another Chromecast-enabled device without limits.
How to uninstall the app?
To uninstall our app in Windows 10, you can use a standard workflow: select Start > Settings > Apps > Apps & features. Then, find PixelSee, and select More > Uninstall.
What file types are compatible with the PixelSee player?
Our media player supports the following file types.
MPEG-4/2/1, MJPEG, H.264, H.263, VP6, VP5, Theora, DV, WMV, Cinepak, HuffYUV, Indeo3, Sorenson, VC-1, VP5/6/8/9, H.265, MPEG-2 (PVA TS, ES, PS, MP3), MOV, MP4, FLAC, AVI, FLV, ASF, Ogg, Wav, Vorbis, Speex, QDM2/QDMC, RealAudio, MP3, MACE, FLAC, XM, DVAudio, DTS, AMR, ALAC, AC3, AAC, TTA.
Does PixelSee support subtitles in movies?
You can use SRT files to add subtitles to your videos. If you have added the file correctly, the CC (closed caption) control is displayed during video playback, allowing you to enable and disable subtitles. To add an SRT file, follow the steps below.
1. Copy the SRT file to the folder on your storage device that contains the video you want to watch. For example, if the video is in the Videos folder, the SRT file must be in the same folder.
2. Make sure the name of the SRT file matches the name of the video. For example, if the video file is MyVideo123.mkv, the SRT file should be called MyVideo123.srt.
What should I do if I can't play some audio and video files?
PixelSee supports a wide range of codecs and media file types, but if you try to play a file that contains unsupported content, the player will notify you of this problem.
How to get an ads-free version?
You will get an ads free version in exchange for safely using some of your device's resources, and only in a manner that will not substantially affect the device's operation (you can see exactly how on https://brightdata.com/sdk/faq#sdk_app_connect ).