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What kind of video player do you watch videos with on your PC/Mac

Type: General

Submitted by Cybertoad (102)
VLC Player 41% 18 Votes
BS Player 0% 0 Votes
KMPlayer 5% 2 Votes
Windows media player 36% 16 Votes
Quicktime 7% 3 Votes
Other Player 11% 5 Votes

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44 Votes Total

Dec 20, 2011

Poll Replies (23)

Replies to the user poll above.

Msg # User Message Date

1

otoh (54) VLC (Mac) - Plays everything!
12-20-11  01:14am

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elephant (65) I prefer GOM player, I find it easier to go to full screen mode in this, but if it does opne in that I use VLC
12-20-11  04:59am

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pat362 (367) I usually play most videos in WMV because I have Windows 7 and that's the primary one but I think VLC is still the best player I have ever seen. I've never seen a video type that it couldn't play.
12-20-11  06:36am

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Capn (28) Zoom player.

I find it pretty versatile.

Cap'n. :0)

12-20-11  08:58am

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t9chome (0) Windoze Media Player. It plays all codecs now with the free media player codec pack v4.1.1. Google it. I use QT Pro to edit mp4 or play if there are file issues in WMP12.
12-20-11  10:00am

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messmer (137) Media Player Classic - Home Cinema. It plays every codec plus has some nice features. You can stop and start it by clicking on the screen, you can adjust the volume through the scroll button of your mouse, you can adjust the width and height of the picture. There is no distortion of the HD picture in the beginning of the video as is the case with VLC .. the only thing I miss is the "sharpening" feature that VLC possesses. So with videos that are a bit blurry (soft) I switch to VLC.
12-20-11  10:16am

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exotics4me (463) REPLY TO #6 - messmer :

Do you ever have trouble with Media Player Classic Home Cinema requesting updates? I like it as well as I do VLC, mainly because I like the spot zoom feature, but it keeps telling me to update Direct X June 2010 or something like that.

On a past related note, I was messing with VLC the other day and had it open a second window that had full controls while in full screen on the on the other screen. Have no clue had I did it. I remember we talked about that feature before. I haven't tried it lately, in-laws are in for the holidays, but I am thinking I pushed one of the number pad buttons since I was seeing if I could make VLC zoom like Media Player Classic does.

And on the poll, I picked VLC since I use it the most.

12-20-11  11:24am

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Drooler (218) It was a fine and happy day when I scotched the extremely troublesome DivX player and switched to VLC to play avi files, and every other type.
12-20-11  01:46pm

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gaypornolover (38) I've always just used the default Windows Media Player and I haven't heard of most of the others except Quicktime. Is there any advantage to using the other players over WMP?
12-20-11  04:20pm

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slategrey (13) I use windows media player and think its the best but never tried BS Player or KMPlayer
12-20-11  04:53pm

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Cybertoad (102) I do not care for VLC I have had it over the years, but some options lack, or at least I can not find then easily.

1. Keeping screen same size video to video?
I use my TV HD from my Pc sometimes and can not keep the ration the same on my Pc or TV and can not find a good option to keep it where I set it.

2. Is there a zoom cause I can not find it .

I use KMPlayer cause it plays almost as many as VLC and had nice options. VLC tends to play movies better and I wish it had the options I need.

12-20-11  06:59pm

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slutty (111) Usually Windows Media Player or VLC, although I'm not really a huge fan of either I'm just too lazy and virus paranoid to find something better.
12-20-11  10:21pm

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nastyboy7 (0) I mostly use Quicktime X player w/ Flip4Mac WMV plugin to play most of my videos on my Mac. If I can't play a video in Quicktime, I use VLC Player or MPlayerX.
12-20-11  10:42pm

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tangub (151) I don't spend a lot of time on videos but tend to stick with windows media player wherever possible except when sites force me to use something else through the lack of a wmv option.
12-20-11  10:59pm

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RustyJ (145) VLC but WMP too. It seems that VLC is quite inefficient rendering HD video at 1080p which causes lag and stuttering on my light weight laptop.
12-21-11  07:13am

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Denner (233) Got three major video players in work:

1) GOM Player - I like the style, the almost no frames and easy handling.

2) VLC - it plays all - and plays vids easy (almost) DURING download. And it's the best in fast forward..

3) Media Player Classic - Home Cinema (which comes along with the K-Lite codecs package) - it's probably the easiest to handle, but still have it's flaws with some codecs....

12-21-11  08:18am

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Khan
PU Staff
REPLY TO #11 - Cybertoad :

Cybertoad, with regard to VLC's features ...

I use an older version so there may be some changes to the controls but if you look along the top menu and select "video" you should see options to "scale" and another to "zoom". I think they'll address at least some of your problems with that player.

Hope that helps some.

12-21-11  08:18am

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messmer (137) REPLY TO #7 - exotics4me :

Hey, thanks for that, exotics. With Spot Zoom feature do you mean the ability to stretch or contract the picture through the numbers pad? I never gave it a name! I just know it comes in handy with some of the distorted DVD scenes one gets occasionally on VideoBox :-)

I've also never been asked if I wanted to download an update. Must have a look at my settings.

Talking about full controls on VLC. For a while I had my settings so that the full controls showed in the window as well as in full picture.
But one of their updates ruined that for me. I no longer get all the controls in full window .. I've looked high and low but can't find a way to give me back my previous settings! :-(

12-21-11  10:50am

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hodayathink (18) VLC all day, every day, sometimes twice a day.
12-21-11  02:15pm

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graymane (31) VLC, hands-down. From my perspective the Most veratile player out there.
For example: A well functional Step-down slow-motion feature as well as fast forward. Snapshots and other useful stuff are included also.
I'm in agreement with drooler on the shortcomings of the DivX player, except I have to be less kind in my assessment of the whole outfit-- From my experience the worst and most fragile player package and apathetic support team on the web.

12-21-11  10:35pm

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yote78 (5) I routinely use WMP but I use VLC quite a lot too. VLC has so many bells, whistles and interesting thingies that other players don't have that sooner or later I end up playing most of the vids I've played in WMP with VLC. Probably eventually I'll end up going w/ VLC as my default player, but since I use Windows 7, it's just easier to use WMP. It works well enough for my purposes.
01-02-12  10:57am

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lawless (6) I've tried almost all video players & I have found that the KMPlayer is the most comprehensive & ergonomic.

WMP have a good library and it features a lot of criteria to create dynamic playlists. Other than that it is the worst media player.

Try it you will see.

01-10-12  05:28pm

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LatexRyan (17) Media Player Classic Home Cinema with the combined community codec pack. I originally used VLC but after having trouble watch some non-porn content I switched to MPC-HC never looked back since.
05-20-12  07:30am

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