What Video player you use?

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by xMekux, May 16, 2010.

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What Is the video player you use?

  1. KMPlayer

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  2. GOMPlayer

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  3. VLC

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  4. MPlayer

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  5. Media Player Classic

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  6. WindowsMediaPlayer

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  7. Other(Specify)

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May 16, 2010

What Video player you use? by xMekux at 9:50 PM (2,492 Views / 0 Likes) 42 replies

  1. xMekux
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    Newcomer xMekux Advanced Member

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    I wondering what video player most of peoples use =P (As I see many animes)
    I use....
    TokPlayer(From Creator of the KMplayer, as the kmplayer doesnt get updates ) ***This Player is in korean language***(But try this player its awnsome =3)
    The Best thing on this player from i saw its that it can play the video while u downloading it O.O
     


  2. Hakoda

    Member Hakoda GBAtemp Addict

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    VLC ftw.
     
  3. Tornadosurvives

    Newcomer Tornadosurvives Advanced Member

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    VLC Media player. It was introduced to me by my English teacher like a year back [​IMG]
     
  4. Overlord Nadrian

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    Totem. I'm too lazy to install a new one.
     
  5. MAD_BOY

    Member MAD_BOY Lazy bum

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    VLC and MPC
     
  6. distorted.freque

    Member distorted.freque I'm getting mixed signals here!

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    Out of mere curiosity, what are the advantages of using VLC over MPC? :]?
     
  7. anaxs

    Member anaxs got milk, got candy

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  8. Twiffles

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    Only real advantage is the fact that VLC uses it's own codecs. It usually handles large HD/1080p video very well too.

    As for myself: CCCP + MPC most of the time. VLC when things are played on the "big" TV or I need to play "large HD/1080p video".
     
  9. azntiger

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    Vlc Ftw [​IMG]
     
  10. distorted.freque

    Member distorted.freque I'm getting mixed signals here!

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    Okay. Thanks, Twiffles. :3
     
  11. geoflcl

    Member geoflcl Permanent GBAtemp Newbie

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    VLC's pretty handy. The only downside is that seeking is glitchy with .mkvs.
     
  12. Gore

    Member Gore GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    GOMPlayer is my favorite media player. Wish it had better themes but then again you never see the application itself when you're watching
     
  13. macgeek417

    Member macgeek417 妁眼のシャナ

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    I mainly use VLC Media Player, but MPlayer is my 2nd favorite. [​IMG]

    IMO the WORST media player is RealPlayer - My brother actualy likes it -_-
     
  14. Skyline969

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    Windows Media Player or Windows Media Center on Windows. I'm too lazy to install anything else.

    VLC Media Player for Linux. Ironically, I wasn't lazy and did get something that works for my Linux installation.
     
  15. xMekux
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    O.o so much that uses vlc
     
  16. Infinite Zero

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    Quicktime.. only for videos and stuff
    Music player would be itunes
     
  17. Cyan

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    Other : BSplayer pro.

    Because it's easy, user friendly and customizable (like filter priority, winamp dsp plugin), easy to load subtitle (drag drop), no obtrusive windows or menus.
    I like the keyboard shortcuts, as I'm using a remote I can create useful script using Girder.
    the cons :
    it doesn't read ssa/ass subtitle natively, or srt subtitle's tags.
    and sometime can be a pros: it downgrade the video quality of 1080 HD video if old computer can't read it without lags.

    using CCCP, all is working great.
    using CoreAVC, CPU is way lower, but some h264 video are badly decoded (maybe it's a codec problem and not the player). I just set the codec priority when needed.
     
  18. DeMoN

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    Windows Media Player with Shark007's codec package.
     
  19. Potticus

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    Klite codec pack

    With MPC

    It's like crack
     
  20. Depravo

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    MPC Homecinema with CCCP
     

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