Media Player Classic (MPC) is a compact media player for bit and bit Microsoft Windows. MPC mimics the look and feel of Windows Media Player , but provides most options and features available in modern media players. It and its forks are standard media players in the K-Lite Codec Pack and the Combined . 14 Jul Media Player Classic Home Cinema is a light-weight media player for Windows. It looks just like Windows Media Player Classic v, but has many additional features. You can use the player as a Media Player Classic Home Theater. It has built-in codecs for MPEG-2 video and codecs for LPCM, MP2, AC3. 11 Dec Media Player Classic is an extremely light-weight media player for Windows. It looks just like the good-old Media Player v, but has lots of nice extra features.
16 Jul v - 26 August · v - 30 November · v - 28 June · v - 06 March · v - 14 October · v - 15 September · v - 14 July · v - 31 May · v - 27 May · v - 07 May · v - 05 May 25 Sep Media Player Classic is a compact media player for Microsoft Windows that looks and feels like Windows Media Player It's small and lightweight, but it supports many video file types. Media Player Classic integrates most options and features found in modern media players, including support for. 3 Mar Media Player Classic Home Cinema (MPC-HC) - DXVA! Software players. This project is based on the original Media Player Classic and was create after Gabest , the original author, stop working on it. Several new features Last edited by HeadBangeR77; 3rd March at HeadBangeR77 is.
FIXED: Crash when opening zero byte length MP3 files. FIXED: Crash when using "Save thumbnails" with number of row or column greater than 8 (now internally limited to 8) Media Player Classic Home Cinema # v - 15/09/ * New features: o Command Line Option "/d3dfs" to start MPC in D3D fullscreen mode. 26 Oct Media Player Classic. I mentioned earlier that many users prefer older versions of Windows Media Player to the more recent (bloated) editions. Media Player Classic isn't really an older version of Windows Media Player, but it's an ideal blend of new and functional with old-time-familiar. Gabest, the main developer of the original version, stated in March that development of Media Player Classic is not dead but that he was unable to work on it. The community at the Doom9 forum has since continued the project in two main veins. The version known as Media Player Classic was meant for fixing.