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#685 Media Player Classic Home Cinema

Posted by Rachit Patel on 14 February 2013 - 01:04 AM

Gabest, the original author, stopped working on Media Player Classic.

However, the development continues, there are 2 active forks, both published on codecs.com: MPC-HC
and MPC-BE. Try them, they are powerful players.

hello..anyone plz help me out, i m using mpc-hc latest version..while watching movies in matroska format ..i can hardly hear the dialogues of movie[volume is too low for dialogues]...whereas background music plays in loud volume..someone plzz solve the problem...!!




#678 Media Player Classic Home Cinema

Posted by zeNmaster on 29 January 2013 - 04:24 PM

Gabest, the original author, stopped working on Media Player Classic.

However, the development continues, there are 2 active forks, both published on codecs.com: MPC-HC
and MPC-BE. Try them, they are powerful players.


#658 Codec 3.6.2 incompatible

Posted by boonma on 04 January 2013 - 01:14 PM

Dear Sir/Mdm

Please help me. When I play the movie it says codec 3.6.2 incompatible. Unfortunately, it happens to MPC-HC and VLC player. I am running window 8 and downloaded K-lite codec full 9.6.7 (latest version). Can anyone help me to solve this problem.
Thank You

Calvin


#511 HELP: how to display Japanese subtitles

Posted by zeNmaster on 24 August 2012 - 09:31 AM

Mucane is right.

In order to see Japanese characters on an English install of Windows, you first have to have the East Asian fonts installed, which you probably already do, since you see Kanji characters in Notepad. Open up the SRT file again in Notepad, and check what encoding the file is using. It should be "UTF-8". If it is not, then save the file, changing the encoding to UTF-8 before saving. Then, in VLC, open up the options control panel, making sure you are set to simple view, click on the "Subtitle & OSD" button, then set the "Default Encoding" to UTF-8.

Then, set the preferences to "show all", and go to Video / Subtitles/OSD, and set the "text rendering module" from "default" to "Freetype2 font renderer". The, go to Video / Text Renderer, and put in a Unicode font. It doesn't matter what Unicode font you pick, if its Unicode, it has the Kanji characters in it. Just pick one that is easiest to read on the screen, like an arial font. Note that the "browse" button here doesn't work as it should, due to the way Windows handles system fonts. You will have to manually type in the entire path to the font (or copy / paste the path from Windows Explorer address bar).

Save the settings and then RESTART the player, otherwise VLC will continue to use the old renderer settings till it gets restarted.

Read more here


#504 Unable to download with download managers?

Posted by zeNmaster on 16 August 2012 - 01:50 PM

You're welcome, as always Ant. I will let you know when the hotlink protection is ready to test it <_<


#500 Unable to download with download managers?

Posted by zeNmaster on 13 August 2012 - 09:47 AM

Hey Ant,

You don't miss anything :)
Inded, we're testing some hotlink protection solutions. Everything we'll be fixed/solved until the end of the week <_<


#398 Why the need for ffdshow and Haali Splitter when LAV is there?

Posted by zeNmaster on 06 April 2012 - 11:51 AM

@speedy
We're friendly too :)


@berry
What player do you use? I have no codec packs installed, just MPC-HC and works fine.

To answer your last questions:

...can you please explain in simple terms what is a splitter for anyway? to split audio and video? but why? and how to use it? please fill me in


Windows doesn't know, for example, an MKV file is an A/V file. An MKV reader gives Windows the ability to recognize that MKV is an A/V file type and read from them. A Splitter is used to split the audio and video (possibly other streams like subtitles, etc.) into separate streams. Sometimes the reader and splitter are included in one filter. Then you need decoders (codecs) to decompress those streams. Finally you need audio and video renderers, the filters that actually send the decompressed audio to the sound card, and the decompressed video to the graphics card. Read more here.


And don't forget ;)


#383 MPC-HC download web page is broken.

Posted by zeNmaster on 29 March 2012 - 05:15 PM

They are compiled by Henry Fushizen. Download pages are working fine now.


#381 MPC-HC download web page is broken.

Posted by zeNmaster on 28 March 2012 - 08:37 PM

Until it's ready, you can get them from here:

http://freecodecs.ne....1.4202.x86.exe

http://freecodecs.ne....1.4202.x64.exe


#378 MPC-HC download web page is broken.

Posted by zeNmaster on 28 March 2012 - 08:01 PM

Hello,

We're working to fix it. Thanks for the heads up ;)


#3 Codecs FAQ

Posted by zeNmaster on 11 February 2011 - 12:31 PM

How can i start the first post from Codecs and Tools board if not with a link to Microsoft FAQ.

If you're newbie, the questions answered there will help you understand what's with all the fuss around codecs and of course, exempt us from answering already answered questions :)


Here is a question that, i bet, many multimedia savvy guys don't know the answer:

How do I tell which codecs are installed on my computer?

If you need to see a list of the Windows Media Player components and codecs installed on your computer, do the following:

1. On the Help menu, click About Windows Media Player.
If the Help menu is not visible, click Organize, point to Layout, and then select Show menu bar.
2. On the About Windows Media Player dialog box, click Technical Support Information.


Yes, it's that simple! No codec identifiers, viewers or other tools.


If this FAQ doesn't shed some light on your questions regarding codecs, i also suggest you to check:
What do you need to know about codecs and, of course, the famous question (and guide)... What Codecs Should I Use?

 

 

Other good articles about codecs:

All About Video Codecs and Containers - from Tech Hive:
http://www.techhive....containers.html

What Exactly Is 'Codec'? Why Would I Ever Need It? - from about:
http://netforbeginne...dia/f/codec.htm


Good luck and welcome to our new forum!
 

 

 



Later edit:
Windows DVD Maker FAQ is here:
http://windows.micro...er/faq#T1=tab01

 

and Common Movie Maker errors, here:
http://windows.micro...mmon-errors-faq


the List of Multimedia Fomats Supported by Windows Media Player:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316992




#229 Subtitles in WMP 12

Posted by zeNmaster on 12 November 2011 - 01:34 PM

Windows Media Player uses the Media Foundation framework instead of DirectShow for playing certain file types. As a result, DirectShow subtitle filters like DirectVobSub are not used. Media Foundation lacks native support for many common subtitle formats.

Media Foundation is used for the following file types: AVI, WMV, MP4, MOV, 3GP, M2TS.

In case of AVI files, subtitles will be displayed if DirectVobSub is installed. Media Foundation has a special workaround to make that possible.

For the other file formats mentioned above you need to disable Media Foundation in order to be able to get subtitles. You can do that with the Win7DSFilterTweaker tool that is included with the codec pack. Instead of disabling Media Foundation, what also works in most cases is to disable the Microsoft DTV-DVD Video Decoder. You can also do that with the Win7DSFilterTweaker tool.

If you have trouble getting DirectVobSub to load for external subtitles when ffdshow is set as preferred H.264 decoder, then try setting the preferred decoder back to Microsoft. That may help.

An alternative for DirectVobSub would be the Local Subtitles for WMP plugin for WMP12. That also works with Media Foundation.
Source: Codecguide




Or use MPC-HC which has built-in support for subtitles. Just drag and drop the subtitles into player, nothing more :)


#1455 Subtitles in WMP 12

Posted by 3amr_Spider on Yesterday, 09:34 PM

Thanks alot for Win7DSFilterTweaker , it was helpful to me to activate Arabic subtitles .