MPC-BE 1.5.4


Media Player Classic - BE is a free and open source audio and video player for Windows. Media Player Classic - BE is based on the original "Media Player Classic" project (Gabest) and "Media Player Classic Home Cinema" project (Casimir666), contains additional features and bug fixes. The BE mod (Black Edition Mod) is a skinned version of Media Player Classic Home Cinema, much better looking than the plain old MPC.

MPC-BE 1.5.4 changelog:


  • Fixed the taskbar icon.
  • Fixed auto-switching of display frequency for interlace.
  • Removed the ability to launch files from the playlist using the "Space" key.
  • Fixed display of tooltips in the playlist.
  • Fixed background color of the search bar in the playlist.
  • A playlist of type "Explorer" is no longer created by default, because it can slow down the start of the player.
  • Pressing the middle mouse button is now redirected to the main window.
  • At the beginning of playback, the player now sends a command to wake up the display or turn off the screen saver.
  • Added "Refresh" command in the context menu of the playlist.
  • Added support for MPC Video Renderer.
  • Added support for subtitles from external audio files.
  • After deleting the file in the trash in the playlist, the player will go to the next file.
  • Added the ability to select multiple external audio tracks when opening a video file.
  • Added forced closing of the filter properties window after closing the media file.
  • Added the ability to select a priority filter for UDP streams.
  • Adding subtitles by the Dran'n'drop method now works when the playlist is active.
  • The playlist is now saved after each opening of the media file or link.
  • The range of the option "Do not scale at small frame size decreases" is increased to 6.3%.
  • Added setting "Auto-hide the pointer during playback in windowed mode".
  • Added "Window size" settings panel.
  • Improved subtitle update after changes in an external editor.
  • Improved support for loading .m3u(hls) playlists with audio tracks in separate streams.
  • Added command line parameter "/ clipboard".
  • Added option "Go to the next on error" in the playlist menu.
  • Added option "Remember selected tracks in playlist".
  • Added the ability to open magnet links and .torrent files with TorrServer.
  • Added ability to specify AceStream and TorrServer addresses.
  • Improved functionality for adding similar files.
  • Redesigned the video renderer selection option. Added information about installed but inaccessible renderers.
  • Added "Network timeout" setting for URL checking.
  • Added the ability to paste paths from the clipboard into the playlist using Ctrl+V.
  • The transfer of the "Shaders" folder from the player’s folder to the user profile has been fixed.
  • Improved calculation of the speed of saving online streams.
  • Fixed navigation on folder shortcuts in the file open dialog.
  • Added the command "Copy filter list to clipboard".
  • Paths in the "Recent files" are no longer checked before displaying the menu. The path to DVD-Video now points to the VIDEO_TS.IFO file. The path to the BD now points to the index.bdmv file or the selected * .mpls.
  • Added option "Do not show 000xx.mpls shorter than N min."
  • The "Open Disc" command can now open "DVD-Audio". If the disc is mixed, "DVD-Video" will open.
  • Improved dark menu.
  • Added error message about opening file in OSD.
  • The OSD font size range has been increased to 8...26 (it was 10...25).
  • Fixed selection of displays for full-screen playback.
  • Fixed OSD font size when using Windows scaling.
  • Added saving display state of system time and file name. [full release notes]

Download: MPC-BE 1.5.4 32-bit | Portable MPC-BE 1.5.4 32-bit | ~12.0 MB (Open Source)
Download: MPC-BE 1.5.4 64-bit | Portable MPC-BE 1.5.4 64-bit | ~16.0 MB
Link: Media Player Classic - BE Home Page

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