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Thread: What player do you use to watch movies through?

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    Media Player Classic Home Cinema...

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    still using WMP 12 (or 11?) with CCCP

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    Media Player Classic Home Cinema x64

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    Xbmc with htc wildfire phone as remote

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    Media Player Classic Home Cinema + madVR

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    VLC all the way !

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    VLC!! Never gave me problems where other players did!

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    I just spent a couple of weeks debating on how to watch media when I drop cable.
    I couldn't spend money on hardware so, I had to find something that would transcode on the fly to all my existing bits.
    It was a toss up between PS3 Media Server and PLEX
    I have Plex serving to four rooms.
    1.Plex Client
    2. Roku
    3.XBMC
    4.Samsung BluRay player

    Everything is working very smooth.
    Now I just need some media That is how I found you guys!

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    Vlc opens almost formats of video. Power DVD is the best player to play blue ray n hd videos n also it opens the videos in better quality than vlc player
    Sent from my GT-S5830 using Tapatalk 2

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    I use VLC Media player for playing mkv files, because this player can play them more smoothly. For the others formats I use Media Player Classic Home Cinema as default.


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