VLC vs. BS Player vs. GOM Player vs. KMPlayer vs. Media Player Classic
Posted 06 November 2010 - 07:30 PM
Media Player Classic..tried all the others, sooner or later they all didnt play something..Ive yet to come across something mpc didnt play..
i tried Media player classic, VLC and Mplayer
Media player is messy with subtitles (AAS, embeded etc....) when watching anime this thing sux....
VLS is ok with subtitles but i had problems with frame freezing... from times to timez same frames were freezing and were mixing with other frames... WTH?
Mplayer is the best i have seen until far..... i hope nothing goes wrong with it....
but as well... next versions will show how things will be in the future.... none of players are 100% working that's the only sure...
Posted 12 January 2011 - 07:04 AM
Posted 29 June 2011 - 05:13 AM
I tried KMPlayer when VLC was giving trouble with MKV files and changing audio tracks. KMPlayer did the job fine.
Posted 29 June 2011 - 07:47 PM
This. I love because i set controls how I want you can do that in VLC but it don't work for me all the time ;(
VLC and BSPlayer both are good, but I prefer GOM Player. It looks better and is easy to customize.
Is there any similar program that can customize controls ?
Posted 23 September 2011 - 01:30 PM
- Multiple subtitle support (e.g. English top, German bottom)
- Effective equalizer (and further bass/treble controls)
- Neat and skinnable interface
- Video zoom in and out
- Easy sound / subtitle synchronization
- Easy aspect ratio change (from keyboard)
- Instant response to ff / rew / pause (from keyboard)
- Remember the last played position both for video and audio
- Run multiple instances
- And many more which I have never needed.
KMPlayer was sold to a company (Pandora TV) some time ago. They promised to continue KMPlayer as freeware. I hope they do keep their promise. And I believe that they will, because they have already released an update.
By the way, it is "The KMPlayer". There is also a player named "KMPlayer", but I don't think this thread is referring to it.
Seldomly using VLC when;
- KMPlayer cannot open or play (very rare though)
- playing a .ts file with multiple audio/subtitle streams
- need to stream a video to TV
Posted 24 September 2011 - 04:33 AM
Anyone tryed SPlayer – A Truly Lightweight Media Player,
its real good
yea i agree with you been using its for nearly six month the video quality is awesome,the skin is really nice been trying daum pot player too it has more option but splayer has conquered me with the skin and autosubtitle download.try it its better than vlc i don't understand why people like vlc for me its not even a decent player,km player,splayer,daum pot player are what i call good video players.vlc has some issues with some videos
Edited by House_maniac, 24 September 2011 - 04:52 AM.