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Windows 7: 64bit Media Player

19 Apr 2010   #21
madbusu

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kitji View Post
try k-lite codec pack full, it solved everything when it comes to play videos all under wmp12!
i use gom player for tv-out settings ....and i need subtitles for movies..and i can set it to play with my 2nd sound card !

it's very usefull ....and one more thing .....i can play all movies !!!! but it's change the visual effects every time i press play !


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19 Apr 2010   #22
baarod

El Capitan / Windows 10
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kitji View Post
try k-lite codec pack full, it solved everything when it comes to play videos all under wmp12!
Windows 7 requires only the most limited 3rd-party codec support.
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20 Apr 2010   #23
kitji

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by baarod View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kitji View Post
try k-lite codec pack full, it solved everything when it comes to play videos all under wmp12!
Windows 7 requires only the most limited 3rd-party codec support.
I dont know really but I cant deny the fact that it plays every video i throw at it and never looked for another player since vista..
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20 Apr 2010   #24
Pontii

Windows 7 Better then yours
 
 

i recommand you to use VLC, works with any formats. And bug free.
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21 Apr 2010   #25
baarod

El Capitan / Windows 10
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kitji View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by baarod View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kitji View Post
try k-lite codec pack full, it solved everything when it comes to play videos all under wmp12!
Windows 7 requires only the most limited 3rd-party codec support.
I dont know really but I cant deny the fact that it plays every video i throw at it and never looked for another player since vista..
Windows 7 does that without the k-lite codecs that were designed for Windows XP. By using those codecs you are bypassing many of the improvements made to Windows Media technology since XP including DirectX Video Acceleration HD DXVA-HD (Windows) and the Enhanced Video Renderer Media Foundation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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24 Apr 2010   #26
kitji

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by baarod View Post
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by baarod View Post

Windows 7 requires only the most limited 3rd-party codec support.
I dont know really but I cant deny the fact that it plays every video i throw at it and never looked for another player since vista..
Windows 7 does that without the k-lite codecs that were designed for Windows XP. By using those codecs you are bypassing many of the improvements made to Windows Media technology since XP including DirectX Video Acceleration HD DXVA-HD (Windows) and the Enhanced Video Renderer Media Foundation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thats quite informative, i uninstalled klite and try to play a common video file extension on my pc and it still works and, does the acceleration stuff work for all videos? or for wma extension only(have seen the setting for this).
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24 Apr 2010   #27
Burgurne

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 retail
 
 

KMPlayer works fine here in Windows 7 64bit. I still have to see a file that can play in other players and that KMPlayer don't.
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25 Apr 2010   #28
baarod

El Capitan / Windows 10
 
 

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by baarod View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kitji View Post

I dont know really but I cant deny the fact that it plays every video i throw at it and never looked for another player since vista..
Windows 7 does that without the k-lite codecs that were designed for Windows XP. By using those codecs you are bypassing many of the improvements made to Windows Media technology since XP including DirectX Video Acceleration HD DXVA-HD (Windows) and the Enhanced Video Renderer Media Foundation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thats quite informative, i uninstalled klite and try to play a common video file extension on my pc and it still works and, does the acceleration stuff work for all videos? or for wma extension only(have seen the setting for this).
Acceleration works based on the video codec rudiments required. Most video cards support hardware acceleration of MPEG-4 part 2 ASP and derivatives like Divx and Xvid as well as h.264 HiDef content. So the short answer is "no", it works with much more than WMA files.
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25 Apr 2010   #29
baarod

El Capitan / Windows 10
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Burgurne View Post
KMPlayer works fine here in Windows 7 64bit. I still have to see a file that can play in other players and that KMPlayer don't.
But it works no better than it would in XP as it cannot take advantage of the OS advancements made since then.
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25 Apr 2010   #30
Burgurne

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 retail
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by baarod View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Burgurne View Post
KMPlayer works fine here in Windows 7 64bit. I still have to see a file that can play in other players and that KMPlayer don't.
But it works no better than it would in XP as it cannot take advantage of the OS advancements made since then.
That might be true, but I don't miss any "OS advancements". What should it be?
I have full surround sound and fullHD playback seamless as it is.
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