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Question Question about Quicktime and Real Player + BSP

I am going to format my other machine, and I still have Quicktime and Real Player ready to be installed.

However, I need to know if BSPlayer PRO (last version) can replace those programs when it comes to the ability to play all media files they can deal/open. I was only going to use them for that, not all the other stuff embedded.
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Upon installation of BS.Player allow BS.Player to locally install codecs/filters.
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Hmmm... I was wondering if BSP Pro can play Real-Player/Quicktime media files. You know, RA, RM/RV, RMVB... plus MOV from Quicktime...

If the answer is yes, then I can ditch both Quicktime/Real Player.
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Normally, if you install QuickTime Alternative and Real Alternative, you shouldn't have problems playing RM, RMVB or MOV files.
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Like I said:
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Upon installation of BS.Player allow BS.Player to locally install codecs/filters.
http://www.bsplayer.com/en/bs.player...ct/bs.player_/
http://www.bsplayer.com/en/bs.player/product/history/

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