Vista / Win2k / Win7 / WinXP
MPC has, for instance, a built in DVD player with real-time zoom, support for AVI subtitles, QuickTime and RealVideo support (requires QT and/or Real player), and lots more.
Definitely a great replacement for the huge and clumsy Microsoft Media Players.
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I would recommend that version instead. I think the only reason to use this version is if you open two streams and combine them with the built-in direct media option (forgot what its called).
Hard Tymes ~~
Cant believe people are still using it.
New for 2011 is the Daum PotPlayer.
Do some research people!
and you just go to the video file you want to play and right click on it, choose (click) properties and on the pop up window browse for the path where you unzipped "mpc" downloaded from here.
Paska tuo kuvaus teksti, viimeisen lauseen voisi poistaa.
I've been a big supporter of WMP 6.4 since it came out in ninteen hundred and fried fish. By support I mean I have refused to use the later "heavy weights" which by the time they had opened and started to play a tune I'd gone off the idea all together, in favour of this little gem. It's very light, opens in a jiffy, plays any video/audio i have,
Part of my re-install routine is to associate all A/V file to WMP 6.4 (away from WMP9 or 10)
Although it supports playlists (.m3u notepad file) the only problem I ever had was when I have a bath I can't drag/drop a selection of multiple tracks onto it to last my whole bath time
I saw this Classic version, downloaded and prayed
Ureka! It works - big cheers for the guys still supporting the WMP6.4 and I hope you all live to be a hundred
Downloaded this and the films play like a dream, I can pick which film out of the three I want to watch by using one of the options.
Pretty cool, works well on my windows 2000 laptop.
Media player 10 was crashing on my system playing DVD movies. So, I decided to seek out a better solution, and found this one.
Can I also make a suggestion? Although this is pretty small in stature compared to the greatness that is MPC, it seems that you can't drag in whole folders that have more than 1 folder to get to. I think it would be a nice addition if Gabast could allow more than files within a folder to be added to play, but also include the folders within that folder. If that's confusing: say you have "x:\My Musicmusic", the music in "My Music" will play, but not the stuff in "music".
I don't want to pry in the process any further, so I'll leave it at that. Thank you again for making such a wonderful product!