Media Player Classic – Home Cinema 1.0.11.0

Media Player Classic looks just like Windows Media Player 6.4, but has many additional features. It has a built in DVD player with real-time zoom, support for AVI subtitles, QuickTime and RealVideo support (requires QuickTime and/or Real Player); built-in MPEG2/SVCD/DVD codec. Media Player Classic was created and is currently maintained by a programmer named "Gabest". This is a mod of Media Player Classic design for home cinema usage.

What's new:

* New features :
- Command Line Option "/dubdelay" applies a positive or negative audio delay of ???ms, if filename contains "DELAY ???ms" (internal Audio Switcher required)
- Russian, Turkish, Czech, Spanish and Hungarian translations
- Internal AVI splitter support AMV files (need an ffdshow update to decode)
* Changes :
- Filetype association. MPC is now recognized as a registered media player application. Filetype registration now compatible with UAC. (Vista)
- Matroska internal subtitles are not loaded if "auto-load subtitles" option is off
- Allow DirectShow to use a disabled internal source and transform filters when no other suitable filter is available
* Bugs fixed :
- Subtitle popup menu not working in French
- Remember file position option not working properly in playlist mode
- Crash when opening "Navigation" menu while playing dvd (German locale only)

- Memory leak with window resize
- Many GUI related things
- Crash when opening zero byte length MP3 files
- Crash when using "Save thumbnails" with number of row or column greater than 8 now internally limited to 8

Download: Media Player Classic – Home Cinema 1.0.11.0
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one thing that they need to fix in this MPC type program is flickering as when i play HD stuff it basically has graphics glitches... but other than that it's pretty darn good ;)

if i play that same file that has the graphics glitches in WMP11 it's perfectly normall so it almost has to be a issue with this program right? (even the standard MPC version does this)

ThaCrip said,
one thing that they need to fix in this MPC type program is flickering as when i play HD stuff it basically has graphics glitches... but other than that it's pretty darn good ;)

if i play that same file that has the graphics glitches in WMP11 it's perfectly normall so it almost has to be a issue with this program right? (even the standard MPC version does this)

I can assure you this is not an MPC problem. It's probably either the video renderer or decoder you use that causes it.