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Windows 7: Media Player Classic Home Cinema 64Bit & Windows 7


19 Aug 2009   #1

Win 7 Ultimate 64 RTM
 
 
Media Player Classic Home Cinema 64Bit & Windows 7

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As windows 7 has it's own codecs including h.264 and avc-1 further to this information below.

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Microsoft DTV-DVD Video Decoder. It plays all my HD files with hardware acceleration with almost nil cpu usage. I have tried quicktime 1080p trailers, 720p blu ray rips, they all work great.
For Media Player Classic Home Cinema , go into View then Options , Internal Filters and disable everything . Also aslong as you have quicktime alternative which is needed in firefox , it will also play all quicktime movies.

For sharpen , noise reduction and brightness controls probably best just to use the Nvidia/Ati control panel. I've since switched over from kmplayer as windows 7 codecs are far beyond the internal codecs in that player.

I do like the movie stretching feature in both media player classic home cinema and kmplayer though

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