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Saturday, 20 February 2016

MPC 32 Bit

If you'd like an alternative to Windows Media Player 32 Bit that plays just about every
kind of audio and video file and is widely customizable and flexible enough to serve
many roles, including DVD and Blu-Ray player, you really only have a few choices,
and one of them is Media Player Classic, aka MPC. Actually, several others might be
MPC too since this open-source freeware serves as the basis of more than one media
player for Windows. The latest version is Media Player Classic-Home Cinema. MPC-HC
is available in separate downloads for 32-bit Windows. We tried the 64-bit version in Windows
7 Home Premium.
After choosing some setup options, we opened MPC's updated user interface.
As the "Classic" choice, MPC has never been flashy, and the program's new look
is essentially an up-to-date version of the tried-and-true layout. One thing that hasn't
changed is the movie clapboard icon (with the classic "321" logo); another is MPC's
huge range of options. MPC can be customized in many ways, from common settings
to advanced options like Tweaks, Renderer Settings and Command Line Switches. A built-in
Shader Editor is one of the View menu's many options; others include Playlists, Presets,
and Statistics. You can also download optional Toolbar images to change the player's buttons.
The program's Web page has lots of information, including FAQs, a Changelog, and a Development
Wiki with links to documentation, including a manual. One change we'd like to see is a direct link
to the manual from the Help menu.


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