1. CrimzonEyed
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    To play anime without any problems since i have had tearing problems lately. They tell me to download MPCH but thats were i crash on a questions, there is a full package version and a "only exe file", so what the difference on the two?
    Tried to google myself an answer but failed....
     
  2. 1NOOB

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    maybe it is dumb but did you tried the official site ?
    http://mpc-hc.sourceforge.net/

    i have been using the 64 bits versin for a long time with no problem , i like that one more than vlc lol
     
  3. CrimzonEyed
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  5. CrimzonEyed
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    I'm not linking a torrent site I'm linking a txt file [​IMG]
     
  6. Originality

    Originality Chibi-neko

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    is a torrent site.

    EDIT: Incase someone accuses me of naming a torrent site myself, I'll edit this post if the OP is edited.
    EDIT2: See above.
     
  7. CrimzonEyed
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    try but I'm not linking to the site I'm linking to a txt file.
     
  8. prowler

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    But the text file is on the site
     
  9. Originality

    Originality Chibi-neko

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    From the Forum rules. By linking a file from a torrent site, you're breaking that rule.
    EDIT: Freudian slip.
    EDIT2: To solve the entire problem, you could just rehost the file on a free-hosting site like DropBox.
     
  10. gifi4

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    It was just a txt so you could just copy and past the text and chuck it into a spoiler.
     
  11. Originality

    Originality Chibi-neko

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    Torrent issue fixed (now just the quotes need to be edited).

    OT, if VLC and CCCP aren't working for you, could it be a problem with your hardware being unable to keep up to the demands of the codecs?
    EDIT: Also, are your graphics drivers up to date?
     
  12. CrimzonEyed
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    I tryed CCCP but i still have tearing problems in the middle of the screen
     
  13. twiztidsinz

    twiztidsinz Taiju Yamada Fan

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    Uninstall all your codecs, packs, players and stuff like that (including CCCP -- for now)
    Restart your computer, then reinstall CCCP and have it reset all your settings.

    CCCP will play 100% of properly encoded videos on any decently powered system (realistically, this means 99% of all video on all systems).
    If you're having problems with HD video (1920x1080 or 1280x720), then install CoreAVC. I highly recommend buying it, since a lifetime(?) license is $10 and the performance improvement is SIGNIFICANT.
    If you do decide to use CoreAVC with CCCP, there are two small steps you need to take:
    http://www.cccp-project.net/wiki/index.php?title=CoreAVC


    Also, CCCP includes Media Player Classic - Home Cinema, but if you want a newer version I would highly recommend only getting it from their site: http://mpc-hc.sourceforge.net/
    ( I personally use Zoom Player and have switched to the 8.00 beta: http://www.inmatrix.com/files/zoomplayer_beta.shtml )