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Poll Results: Best (Ultimate) media player? Why?

 
  • 0% (0)
    KMPlayer (K-Multimedia Player)
  • 84% (11)
    VLC
  • 0% (0)
    GOM Player
  • 7% (1)
    MPC HC (Media Player Classic Home Cinema)
  • 0% (0)
    TotalMedia Theatre
  • 0% (0)
    PowerDVD
  • 7% (1)
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VLC all the way. I only watch watch blu rays on my 60 inch Sharp while listening to DTS master audio losseless 5.1 thumb.gif.
 
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Originally Posted by Jacer200 View Post

VLC all the way. I only watch watch blu rays on my 60 inch Sharp while listening to DTS master audio losseless 5.1 thumb.gif.


All that with VLC only?


Some quotes regarding VLC and MPC-HC:
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MPC-HC allows you to choose which fliters/renderers to use, i.e. LAV filters, MadVR, etc. VLC I believe is self contained, uses it's own internal versions and can't be customized.
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I have VLC on my desktop and I've often wondered about using it with an HTPC given that it has all the codecs built in. It seems to me though that the picture is not as good in VLC though. It always seems a bit 'blockly' for lack of a better word. Maybe someone else knows what I am talking about and can explain it better.
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Bottom line and is that VLC is a college project on lock down and MPC-HC is open source and user adjustable. With MadVR it is absolutelly stunning. Every bit as good as my stand along Blu-ray Player that has not been used for nearly a year now. VLC is crap. Leave it behind and you will never miss it.


Many people slagging off VLC, not sure if all those things are true. In all fairness, I've heard that image quality in VLC is worse than many other players, including MPC-HC, which is interesting.
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Originally Posted by LuciferRising View Post

All that with VLC only?


Some quotes regarding VLC and MPC-HC:


Many people slagging off VLC, not sure if all those things are true. In all fairness, I've heard that image quality in VLC is worse than many other players, including MPC-HC, which is interesting.

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