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Requests / Re: Hi-10 Player
« on: September 27, 2011, 01:49:24 am »
i did install cccp. media player classic came with it. and everything works fine now. i just had too much stuff installed. and I HATE windows media player 11. thats why i am using vlc and mpc

Requests / Re: Hi-10 Player
« on: September 26, 2011, 03:36:44 am »
well I uninstalled everything and reinstalled vlc and the newest cccp and media player classic played hi-10 fine and the vlc 1.1 doesnt play it at all so i just use that for the stuff that isnt hi-10.

Requests / Hi-10 Player
« on: September 24, 2011, 07:01:59 pm »
okay i am looking for a player that supports hi-10 (mainly just so I can watch Kanon I'll show you a pic of why in a sec). currently I am using SMplayer. I was using media player classic BUT when I try to play Kanon it plays at like 52fps and skips like all the audio. VLC1.2 will NOT play anything that is hi-10 on my comp. the audio goes fine but the video gets stuck a few seconds in. now here is a pic of why SMplayer is not working for me (sorry for the big pic but i dunno how to make it smaller).

so....anyone with players that someone doesn't have to be a comp tech to use (and put it in plain english please) and I can just download and install would be greatly appreciated. Oh and btw, I already have the newest stable cccp release AND the latest ffdshow release installed. I just tried Windows media player for vista and the video and audio play fine but i get no subtitles (go figure). Like I said any help would be greatly appreciated. and one more thing (yeah i know i keep going on and on, I have haali media splitter installed too, just in case that helps.

EDIT: okay i just checked my cccp settings and i had it turned off for .mkv so i have subtitles in windows media player. HOWEVER, I would still prefer something else to play these files with. personally i prefer vlc doesn't work on my comp playing hi-10..... :b

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