MPC-BE 1.5.5


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 1.5.5 changelog:


  • Added the command "Copy Image to Clipboard".
  • Fixed saving image with some subtitles.
  • PnS maximum scale increased from 3x to 5x.
  • Fixed moving when scaling.
  • Frame shift is limited to 0.1..0.9 range so that the frame does not disappear from view at all.
  • Fixed auto-hide cursor when moving from one file to another.
  • Added the ability to manually associate the .avs (AviSynth script) and .vpy (VapourSynth script) extensions.
  • Fixed opening DVD-Video from the command line.
  • Various shader changes in the Shaders folder.
  • Added shaders "ps_4_0" (Direct3D11) to the Shaders11 folder.
  • Added support for DX11 shaders in the "Shader Combiner" window.
  • Minor changes to the Web interface.
  • Returned the ability to rename items in the playlist.
  • Removed the limitation of adding dubbing only for local files.
  • Fixed work of the playlist with the "Shuffle" setting.
  • The "Shuffle" setting is now available for the "Explorer" playlist.
  • Optimized control panel and logo rendering.
  • System registration of a file extension filter now has no special priority over system registration of a filter by signature (check bytes).
  • Improved player control when playlist is active.
  • Added filtering of the list of hotkeys.
  • Added setting "Do not reset speed for session".
  • Fixed issues when switching between playlists.
  • When the player crashes, a .stacktrace.txt file will be created in addition to MiniDump.
  • Fixed window size after exiting full screen mode on monitors with different DPI.
  • The "Remember playlist" setting now works only for the main playlist and has been renamed to "Remember main playlist".
  • Fixed sorting in the subtitle download dialog, now according to "Default track preference".
  • Fixed incorrect display of control panel tips over video in some situations.
  • Fixed incorrect handling of pressing the left mouse button in the main window in some situations.
  • Added the ability to enable displaying milliseconds in the status bar during the session.
  • Fixed rendering of the playlist.
  • Pressing the "Alt + Key" key combination in the playlist is now transferred to the main window.
  • Fixed URL opening inside M3U files.
  • Fixed opening too long URLs (more than 2000 characters).
  • Increased the width of the thumbnail image to 5120.
  • Improved MPC Video Renderer support.
  • Fixed opening of some types of local playlists.
  • Added support for MBSE MultiChannel ASIO Renderer.
  • The specified delay is applied when saving and copying subtitles to the clipboard.
  • Morgan Stream Switcher and RatDVD are no longer supported.
  • Added the ability to disable the display of the current frame in the Web interface.
  • Fixed debugging of external filters with the release version of the player.
  • Fixed the skipback and skipforward commands in the WEB interface.
  • Removed unwanted dark frames on some system menus when using the dark menu in the player.
  • Added support for pasting files and folders from the clipboard that were copied in Explorer.
  • The limit for MPCPL playlists has been increased to 10 MB.
  • Changed the way of setting the priority of tracks. Added support for quotes, "+" for multiple matches, and negation for Default and Forced. [full release notes]

Download: MPC-BE 1.5.5 32-bit | Portable MPC-BE 1.5.5 32-bit | ~12.0 MB (Open Source)
Download: MPC-BE 1.5.5 64-bit | Portable MPC-BE 1.5.5 64-bit | ~16.0 MB
Link: Media Player Classic - BE Home Page

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