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Old 2nd June 2003
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Default Play Mov files

Hi All.
How me view MOV file in BSPlayer. :( :(
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you don't,

mov files are often encoded with codecs
who are copyrighted by macintosh...

so they can only be played with quicktime.
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=(

so, any hacker/cracker that make a plug in for bsplayer????

come on!!

pd: i don't speak english in 100%. it's grammatic ok?
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Well, it is possible.. there is Media Player Classic, which uses the craptime .dll files to render the craptime movies.
Support for this in BSPlayer would be really useful, because the craptime player is - well, crap - and BSPlayer simply rocks :)
For old craptime movies, compresed with the cinepak codec, you could try this (rename to .zip)
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Support for this in BSPlayer would be really useful, because the craptime player is - well, crap - and BSPlayer simply rocks
I completely agree with Halle, support for .mov files would be REALLY cool!

Considering Quicktime player doesn't even disable screensavers and power management while playing movies (things which BSPlayer does automatically) and that it's so SLOW and not nearly as much configureable as Bsplayer, it would really be a lot more comfortable to watch .mov file in Bsplayer instead...

So, please try to implement it in a future version...

I'm sure you could fiddle with MediaPlayer Classic's source and find an easy way to implement .mov support in Bsplayer... :)

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You may look for this 'codec' : Quicktime Alternative
it allows to watch Quicktime files with any movie player

The same exists for Realmedia files : Real Alternative
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Yes, this works pretty well for most files.. Despite some users here don't like codec packs, I have installed K-Lite's Mega Codec Pack, which I think is the best choice if you don't want to keep track of every single needed codec manually.. It includes Quicktime and Real Alternative (among others), so you can finally watch those files in your favourite media player(s)
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Default Playing MOV files

I can play all MOV files (movie trailers) I have in BSPlayer (1.02). I have QT (6) installed too, I don't remember installing QT alternative. Just change your file/app association to open .mov in BSPlayer (strangely enough "mov" isn't in built-in file extensions but it's easy to add) or open .mov file in BSPlayer manually. But you will have either install QT or QT alternative before (to get the needed codecs). I have to admit that I didn't like QT player so I'm happy I can watch trailers in BSPlayer now.

Edit: BSPlayer filter list shows it uses Nero QuickTime Audio / Video encoder for playing MOVs (I have Nero 6 installed).
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Default Re: Playing MOV files

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Originally Posted by cz.petab
Edit: BSPlayer filter list shows it uses Nero QuickTime Audio / Video encoder for playing MOVs (I have Nero 6 installed).
Are you sure Nero support MOV on its own ?
I have quite a number of short clips taken by my digital camera. I really don't know how to handle them
If Nero supports it, it should allow me to drag & drop to VCD creation.

I have both Nero & QT6, QT alternative installed, but I remember BSplayer can't open my MOV when i drop one to it. I'll try again later.

PS I am sure my MOV are MJPEG encoded, are there lossless conversion to AVI (So I can cut/paste them with my fav editor)
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Nero don't support on ti's own MOV files. You must have installed a mov splitter and the requiered codecs to decode the file. Your files are played by BSPlayer using QTime splitter and Nero decoder, because you don't have the apropiate codec to decode. But BSPlayer can handle mov files if you have QT Alternative installed or QT.
FOr more details see:

http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?t=3042
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