9th May 2012
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Join Date: May 2012
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Originally Posted by BSPeter
We've always and consistently advised against using codec packs, i.e. any codec packs. BS.Player has its own preferred set of codecs/filters, which - if allowed by the user - it will 'internally' install upon BS.Player's installation (or at a later time by running 'codecmanager.exe' which can be found inside BS.Player's installation folder). (Note: internally meaning for use by BS.Player only and not interfering with the system's codecs/filters.)
Further your post has no real value as it doesn't give any relevant information whatsoever on how and with what types of video you apparently had "conflicts", which cause you having your doubts.
My doubts come to take long using BSPlayer and CCCP and so far has not given me problems, but it's that I see in many forums that say it is problematic for him and from then on but my doubts, but I'll install the package BSplayer codec, My other question would be if this codec pack BSplayer is enough to play all kinds of movies. thank you very much