need a good movie player

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  1. drunkkenhero

    drunkkenhero Member

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    what player is ot using???
     
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    For Windows, I don't think you can go past VideoLAN's VLC Player <http://www.videolan.org/vlc/>
     
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    Media Player Classic
     
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    I use VLC too
     
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    I used to use VLC but I found it's a buggy piece of shit. I stick with PowerDVD and WMPlayer, now.
     
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    with the proper codec/codec paks...

    mpc is a decent front end.

    zplayer is another good tweak-fun front end, but it's gotten bloated lately.
     
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    depends on what I'm watching. if it's dvds then PowerDVD, if its just regular avi or wmv then I use WMP 11. for anything else such as realplayer, quicktime, ogg, mkv, etc I use K-lite mega codec.
     

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