Media Player Classic - Home Cinema 1.6.0.4014

Media Player Classic - Home Cinema is a free audio and video player for Windows. Media Player Classic - Home Cinema project is based on the original "Media Player Classic" SourceForge project created by Gabest. After the original author stopped working on it the new versions came under the new project called Media Player Classic - Home Cinema also hosted at SourceForge.net. The player supports all common video, audio and image file formats available as well as video playback (click here for all features).

Download: MPC-HC 1.6.0.4014 | 4.5 MB
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I just updated mine a few days ago (had not updated it in nearly a year. So it looks as though I will be updating again when I get home.

still has issues with softsubs ;-( the version before this had this and it's not fixed. some mkv siles are also choppier ;-(

but VLC plays em nicely and the softsubs as well.

remixedcat said,
still has issues with softsubs ;-( the version before this had this and it's not fixed. some mkv siles are also choppier ;-(

but VLC plays em nicely and the softsubs as well.

Could it be the codecs? Plus, do you have the animation while buffering turned on?

remixedcat said,
still has issues with softsubs ;-( the version before this had this and it's not fixed. some mkv siles are also choppier ;-(
but VLC plays em nicely and the softsubs as well.

I don't have those problems with MPC-HC, not the old version, or any beta version in between. Pretty sure there is something in your setup that is not 100%. But if VLC works for you, use that one if you don't wanna troubleshoot.

MKV plays supersmooth with MPC-HC too.

Jose_49 said,

Could it be the codecs? Plus, do you have the animation while buffering turned on?

I got CCCP and it normally works fine with every media player. no animations on...

this supports hardware accelerated h264 video out ofthe box which is nice.

but i still prefer 'Pot Player' the most as the way it's setup and the little things make it better than the competition.

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