I've been using this product for about 4 years and have had very few problems. The few problems I've encountered has been when new movies are encoded with new security features. I just upgraded to version 7.30 (from 7.20) and I am now having a problem with not being able to back up certain movies (which I own) in the "movie only" mode. Hopefully this product will be updated, again, to catch up with the industry security features.
OS: xpsp3 or vistasp2
While using mega codec pack v5.70 or v6.0 there is a problem to play the files with extension rm.
Btw,If we rename the .rm to .rmvb, then those files can be play normally.
and, if using Mega codec pack v4.85, everything is fine, without any rename.
Hope this problem can be solved in future release soon.
DOES NOT PLAY MKV FILES; VERSION 8 (INTER VIDEO) DID.
Couldn't play .f4v file created by Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder 3.1.
Hav used this decrypter since 2006 regularly. Good software but not as good as it used to be. Since 2008 they update the software infrequently. Used to be every 2 or 3 days. Now it's every 2 wks. to 1 month is normal. Disney films are no longer decrypted & other types that have been around awhile(Confessions of a Shopaholic). Too bad it's the only decrypter around.
Microsoft made the 32-bit version of WMP the default on Windows x64 for a good reason: compatibility.
Same applies to MPC. The 32-bit version is the recommended one, even on x64 version of Windows.
There is no 64-bit version of Real Alternative.
Alternative decoders for RealMedia (as found in for example K-Lite Codec Pack x64) can only handle the video. There is no 64-bit decoder for COOK audio available yet on Windows.
The 5.9.x version (including the update) has a problem when trying to play m2ts files using media player clasic! The video speeds up for no reason and the audio is full of stutter. Had to change back to the 5.8.3 version.
Award winning????? what awards?
its just bad player. mpchc and splash lite are x1000 better !
I installed it, but how can I split (cut)?
I am not sure that a virus is in question, but there is possibility that errors are caused by some incompatible Adobe flash plugins or I installed wrong combination of some codecs and filters. I'll check it out. I have installed system recently and AVG 9 antivirus that updates every day, so that is impossible that it is virus. I tested XP codec pack on my system and then I noticed that these errors don't occur, but I simply prefer this yours because it decodes almost all video and audio formats, and so I use it. Anyway, thanks for help.