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Default Internal codecs?

I heard that some programs, like VLC, has internal codecs: they do not use the codecs installed in Windows, they use their own codecs.
Is it the same for BsPlayer? Does it have internal codecs?
What about Media Player Classic? Internal codecs as well?
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The executable of "Media Player Classic" is quite large, it contains lots of splitters and decoders, the use of which can be selected in Preferences. If no selected filter can be used, then MPC will querry external filters, like any other Direct Show application.

BSPlayer v1.36 has some strange "internal Vorbis" decoder. I have never used it and not sure if it works.
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Thanks J7N.
In BsPlayer: where can I see the list of its internal codecs?
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I can't login to the MPC's sourceforge forum so I have yet another question I 'm asking here:
Is the internal codec for Quicktime in MPC different from the Quicktime Alternative codec? Anyone knows?
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2grendizer:

Here is the guliverkli project page with MPC and other very useful things:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...group_id=82303

AFAIK it's MP4/MOV splitter, not Quicktime codec in MPC. You have to install QuickTime codec (Alternative or that from Apple) to view Qt movies.
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i'm asking this question because I have problems reading Quicktime files in bsPlayer, but no problem reading them through MPC and VLC. What is the cause of that?
I thought the cause was a problem with Quicktime Alternative (used by BsPlayer). If VLC and MPC do not use Quicktime Alternative, that would explain everything, but could anyone confirm this?
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