Best video player?

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  1. Posts : 554
    Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1
       #21

    Media Player Classic Home Cinema x64 for me.
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  2. Posts : 193
    XP SP2
       #22

    mickey megabyte said:
    i don't know if it's the best, but i use kmp, the km player - and no codec packs!

    i only install codecs for encoding.
    Same as you KM Player!
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  3. Posts : 990
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       #23

    I've just discovered this and will never use anything else again. Hands down, The KMPlayer is, by far, the most powerful, slender and effective media player around. It's entirely free, skinnable, supports Win7 and has built-in codecs for all media types.

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  4. Posts : 5
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
       #24

    i have on my 26lcd big pixels in kmp if divx running in fullscreen(btw same in crystal player),i just try GOM and its very good,no pixelisation. VLC and win media clasic is too ugly
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  5. Posts : 803
    Windows 7 Professional x64
       #25

    rightspin said:
    No problem. I got homecinema x64 aswell, really cool. What .dlls do you mean?

    @codecs: I use shark007's codecs for mkvs since that was the only way for me to get my bluray rips 1080p h264 to run properly in 16:10 with MPC. Of course you only need the haali media splitter to watch them on WMP, but i don't like black borders. I hate them, tbh. I never had any problems with them, no spyware, no computer crashes etc. Trust codecs!
    After a closer look, I see they are language resources.
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  6. Posts : 191
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64, 7600.20647 RTM
       #26

    mickey megabyte said:
    i don't know if it's the best, but i use kmp, the km player - and no codec packs!

    I only install codecs for encoding.
    Me too, I use KMPlayer build 1435 pre2 with it's internal decoders, the video and album art preview is so niice.... I only install K-lite codec pack at it's default settings, with thumbnail disabled, otherwise explorer will randomly crash unexpectedly(even if you're not on a videos folder), it's a bummer when explorer crashes while you're batch copying some files(to fix that I use TeraCopy as an alternative)....
    I use K-lite only for encoding purposes too and I don't use Media Player Classic.

    anyways, Those are just my preferences, if you know what I mean...
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  7. Posts : 12
    windows 7 (64bit) - LastXp v21
       #27

    sharkoon 007 kodeks + x64 MPC (bouth it's latest) what is configuration in MPC for output and internal filters...:)
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  8. Posts : 408
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
       #28

    Captain Zero said:
    I've just discovered this and will never use anything else again. Hands down, The KMPlayer is, by far, the most powerful, slender and effective media player around. It's entirely free, skinnable, supports Win7 and has built-in codecs for all media types.
    I like it, but trying to play audio in it is causing me some issues. I don't get the whole album art thing. It just works in WinAmp, but I can't seem to get it to work in this. I can load an album art image, but it simply stays they for all tracks. I must be doing something wrong.

    The other thing I really like about WinAmp is the Enque in WinAmp context menu option. I like searching through tracks in folders and adding them to a playlist that way.

    Maybe I'll just keep WinAmp for audio - although the tracks do seem to sound even better in this player.

    I do like the looks of this though and it's making me "think" about using it instead of VLC, which works great but doesn't look all that great.
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  9. Posts : 22
    Windows7 x86 build 7127
       #29

    The KMPlayer for video and WinAMP for music...
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  10. Posts : 8,399
    ultimate 64 sp1
       #30

    tony roma said:
    The KMPlayer for video and WinAMP for music...
    a great combination!
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