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DIE! 20th March 2006 08:15 PM

What is your favourite movie player?
 
What is the best .avi player?

mihhkel 25th March 2006 11:56 AM

BSplayer Pro.

25th March 2006 09:07 PM

Audio: Winamp, good visualizations, support for spc, usf etc via plugins, flexible, good library.


Video: Media Player Classic

Both without spyware. ;)

J7N 26th March 2006 03:24 PM

DirectShow: BSPlayer, MPlayer2.exe/msdxm.ocx, amovie.ocx

Alternate: VideoLAN

Audio: Foobar2000, Winamp

Tizio 26th March 2006 06:35 PM

Video: BSplayer Pro
Audio: Foobar2000, WinAMP

No need for video alternatives :wink:

BSPeter 26th March 2006 07:22 PM

BSPlayer (Pro)
:wink:

30th March 2006 05:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Quote:

Originally Posted by BSPeter
VLC
:wink:


adaware=bsplayer=big shit

Tizio 30th March 2006 05:22 PM

BSPeter didn't mentioned VLC!
He wrote BSplayer Pro!

schaap10 30th March 2006 06:08 PM

WMP and WMP Classic. no unwanted crap

BSPeter 30th March 2006 06:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tizio
BSPeter ....
wrote BSplayer Pro!

That's totally correct! And - by the way - Ad-aware is a very useful program!
:wink:

J7N 31st March 2006 10:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by schaap10
WMP

Quote:

no unwanted crap
Yeah. Right. :lol:

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tizio
No need for video alternatives

Simple DirectShow: Playing without BSPlayer's automatic zooming, aspect ratios.
VideoLAN: Previewing.

_Skooric_ 31st March 2006 12:20 PM

BsPlayer (Free) :D

Peti 11th April 2006 02:03 AM

Video: BS Player
Audio: Jet audio

tekNerd 11th April 2006 04:14 PM

Video: BSplayer without adware
Audio: Quintessential Media Player

NetGuru 14th April 2006 02:30 AM

The Best?
 
Well, I have had some problems that "Media Player Classic" seems to handle very well. I can even go as far as saying that it was the only one capable of dealing in perfection with those problems. I am only going to mention one of the problems, the other one is still on standby.

The problem:
Dragging and image freezing during a very little portion of time, causes the image to get a little jumpy when the camera moves sideways. All the players have this problem - except for Media Player Classic. Wit MPC the image gets as smooth as the word itself.

It also renders wonderfully subtitles in vmr7 and vmr9, wich bsplayer does not. The audio is also far more consistent and practical for management, even with sourround systems.

Thats why I ellect MPC as the best that I Know of.

Second best is Bsplayer. I think it is lovely, a project that I hold in high consideration. I would even allways use it, if it was not for the jumpy motion that I tried to describe above...

Added later
Resolved the issue with the jumpy motion - installed old ffdshow.

bsfrombs 18th April 2006 10:40 PM

It used to be BSPlayer hands down.

Now that they included that "trash", it's WMP, Real player & VLC.
:shock:

alexu 19th April 2006 05:34 AM

bsplayer, of course (old versions :))) )

& for audio stuff, winamp & DFX :)

Usernameless 20th April 2006 01:32 PM

After DOWNGRADING to version 1.3 its.... - BSplayer - again !
ver1.4 is worse than microsoft player - so no more updates for me :(

sleeplessrevolution 21st April 2006 03:32 PM

BSplayer is the best media player I know of. Tested different kinds of players like MPC,VLC,WMP,zoomplayer and other i forgot about, but i'd always go back to BSplayer because of its very intuitive well rounded functions yet so simple and easy to use.

aux 21st April 2006 05:36 PM

Just removed BsPlayer and tried to reinstall it, but there were some junk attached to it... oh well, that was a good software while it lasted.

J7N 21st April 2006 10:42 PM

You cannot say BSPlayer is better or worse than VLC. They are different software products.

BSPlayer is mostly a front-end to DirectShow and doesn't do much by itself. If DirectShow breaks, it is handy to have VideoLAN client on your harddisk coz it has its own codecs. VLC is one of very few existing video player alternatives.

And if you say you don't like WMP then you must either disaprove the new media player GUI or or the GUI together with DirectShow. WMP again is a set of system components (some of us have more of them, some less), not a program.

mata7 28th April 2006 11:00 PM

Audio = JRiver MC
DVD = TheaterTek DVD


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