play .mkv files on a mac?

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  1. hellsspawn

    hellsspawn New Member

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    what can i use?
     
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    VLC
     
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    We need more of the same replies. One person answering isn't enough.
     
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    VLC
     
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    hey try out VLC :ugh:
     
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    VLC should work.
     
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    Have you tried the VideoLAN - VLC media player?
     
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    the only problem with VLC is that it doesn't recognize the styling for subtitles in stuff like anime. So you're going to see plain white letters for the text when in reality it might be something else.
     
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    VLC









    is what i used... worked great!
     

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