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Media Player Classic - Home Cinema 1.7.10

Version for Windows.
Media Player Classic - Home Cinema
  
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Systems: Windows
Windows XP
Windows 2003
Windows Vista
Windows 2008
Windows 7
Windows 8
Windows 10
Size: 12 MB
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Langs English   else
License Freeware (Free)
Updated: 2015-11-19

General information about the program

Media Player Classic – Home Cinema is the functional and convenient video player. It hasn’t advanced features which are available in other players. But it’s very simple and easy in use for all users who don’t need a super powerful media combine. It can be useful for playback of large video files.

The application has support for many popular formats. You can launch almost everything that you want. Of course, you don’t need to set up configuration. But we recommend you to install K-Lite Media Pack. It can resolve a wide range of issues with video codec support.

The interface has 6 main taps: File, View, Play, Navigate, Favorites and Help. Use File tap for opening a video or audio file. View tap will help you to customize the interface and change language, render and other settings. Play tap is used for rate operations (increasing, resetting, and decreasing) and adding audio track, subtitles or video stream. Navigate allows you to switch between files in your playlist. You can also add to favorites any file you want. Plus, there is Remember position option. So, you can playback it from that moment that you have pointed later. In Favorites tap there will be the special list. You can organize them

The program was created as the alternative to the Microsoft Windows Media Player. The project has open source code access. So, it’s absolutely free. The player was written in C++. And it has support of 41 languages. To sum up, is the lightweight and customizable player which supports all common video and audio file formats.

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