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VLC is hated by the anime watching community. That is likely where all the negativity comes from.
Huh? Why? My biggest complaint would be that it doesn't gracefully handle encodings with multiple sub/dub tracks (for example, you can't set it to default to no sub + english dub if available, and if not default to eng sub + jap audio). Haali media splitter could do something like that though from what I recall.

I like VLC just because it's simple, and I don't have to mess with all the codec packs and configuring them.
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I love the automatic pause when minimised feature biggrin.gif
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Huh? Why? My biggest complaint would be that it doesn't gracefully handle encodings with multiple sub/dub tracks (for example, you can't set it to default to no sub + english dub if available, and if not default to eng sub + jap audio). Haali media splitter could do something like that though from what I recall.
I like VLC just because it's simple, and I don't have to mess with all the codec packs and configuring them.

Subtitles was a problem with VLC. Also VLC had trouble dealing with ordered chapters and segmented linking which are used in the files they watch. I still think Mplayer2/SMplayer2 does a better job.
Edited by Riou - 2/15/12 at 2:23pm
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Mplayer2/SMplayer2 (as well as regular smplayer) have stuttering on xvid files. It's a shame because Mplayer 2 has really good seeking.
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I have been using VLC for a while and really like it being light weight and play anything you throw at it. I kind of was hoping one day they would do Blu-ray support so I could watch my blu-ray movies on VLC player and excitied to see how VLC2.0 will turn out thumb.gif
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People still use VLC in 2012?

being the hands-down best out-of-box media player kinda makes this obvious

other alternatives can provide a superior product but require a far more hands-on approach to get to that point.

with VLC its download, install, play and forget
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Been using the nightly builds for a while. Always been a fan of VLC.
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Why bother with this, Media Player Classic is a much better program.
    
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being the hands-down best out-of-box media player kinda makes this obvious
other alternatives can provide a superior product but require a far more hands-on approach to get to that point.
with VLC its download, install, play and forget

Have you heard of media player classic? Doesn't seem like you have. If having to click 3 or 4 easy settings to get it to max quality is the "hands on" part your talking about then I laugh. MPC setup is less work than setting the settings to max on a PC game.
    
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CCCP + MPC Home Cinema + CoreAVC = Pure Win

You could run MPC SVN builds + LAV Splitter + LAV Video Decoder + LAV Audio Decoder + MadVR ( Video renderer ) + xy vs-filter

http://sourceforge.net/projects/qsdecoder/ ( this person works for intel )
intel quicksync ( which works fine with LAV ) 0.27 QS will work with lav 0.47 ( not out yet... )
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