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Old 12th September 2012, 05:40   #1  |  Link
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Media Player Classic - BE Win32/x64

Media Player Classic - BE is a free and open source audio and video player for Windows.
MPC-BE is based on the original "Media Player Classic" project (Gabest) and "Media Player Classic Home Cinema" project (Casimir666), contains additional features and bug fixes.

Supported Operating Systems:
* Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 32bit/64bit, Windows 8.1 32bit/64bit, Windows 10 32bit/64bit, Windows 11 64bit

System Requirements:
* An SSE2 capable CPU. (Starting from version 1.5.1 build 2631 beta a CPU with SSE2 is required.)
* The latest DirectX 9.0c runtime (June 2010). Install it regardless of the operating system, they all need it.
DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer


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Changes in release 1.6.1:
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Removed MPC RealVideo Decoder and MPC RealAudio Decoder.

MPCVideoDec
Added the ability to select a graphics adapter for the D3D11 copy back decoder.
Fixed AV1 video decoding.

Subtitles
Removed "‎" code display for some subtitles.
Fixed drawing of an opaque frame.

Player
Added the ability to store the settings file in the user profile.
Added the ability to call the recent files menu, history windows and shader selection windows by pressing a key.
Miscellaneous fixes.

MPCBEShellExt (explorer extension)
Fixed operation of "Open files using" command.

Updated German translation (by Klaus1189).
Updated Portuguese (Brazil) translation (by Siegfried Janke).
Updated Dutch and Chinese (Traditional) translation (by beter).
Updated Turkish translation (by cmhrky).
Updated Hungarian translation (by mickey).
Updated Ukrainian translation (by arestarh1986).
Updated Chinese (Simplified) translation (by wushantao).
Updated Japanese translation.

Updated libraries:
dav1d git-0.9.2-85-g633c63e;
ffmpeg git-n5.1-dev-188-gdcc9454ab9;
Little-CMS git-lcms2.13rc1-6-ge090fcf;
MediaInfo git-v21.09-72-ge481a58e7
Media Player Classic - BE 1.6.1 Win32 (Stable release):
Media Player Classic - BE 1.6.1 x86 (with installer)
Media Player Classic - BE 1.6.1 x86 (portable)
Standalone Filters Media Player Classic - BE 1.6.1 x86

Media Player Classic - BE 1.6.1 x64 (Stable release):
Media Player Classic - BE 1.6.1 x64 (with installer)
Media Player Classic - BE 1.6.1 x64 (portable)
Standalone Filters Media Player Classic - BE 1.6.1 x64

Nightly Builds:
Nightly Builds

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At long last! I saw the "leak" has the seekbar preview. Gotta try this right away.

Edit: Request: Can you make the filename's font inside the seekbar respect cleartype setting?
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Unchecking "Auto-load Subtitles" doesn't disable the internal subtitle renderer or gray out the Subtitles context menu during playback.

Unchecking "Enable built-in audio switcher filter" and restarting MPC-BE doesn't gray out the Audio context menu during playback.
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Unchecking "Auto-load Subtitles" doesn't disable the internal subtitle renderer or gray out the Subtitles context menu during playback.

Unchecking "Enable built-in audio switcher filter" and restarting MPC-BE doesn't gray out the Audio context menu during playback.
"Auto-load Subtitles" - it's for auto-load external subtitle.

"Enable built-in audio switcher filter" & Audio Context Menu - they are different things, they have nothing in common.
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"Auto-load Subtitles" - it's for auto-load external subtitle.

"Enable built-in audio switcher filter" & Audio Context Menu - they are different things, they have nothing in common.
So you're saying those are intentional changes you've made to MPC-BE compared to MPC-HC?

I don't care so much about Audio menu, but there should be a way to completely disable the internal subtitle renderer from loading any subtitles, which also prevents it from being enabled via context menus or hotkeys during playback. In MPC-HC the "Auto-load subtitles" check-box has that function, but it doesn't seem to have been replaced anywhere in MPC-BE.
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So you're saying those are intentional changes you've made to MPC-BE compared to MPC-HC?

I don't care so much about Audio menu, but there should be a way to completely disable the internal subtitle renderer from loading any subtitles, which also prevents it from being enabled via context menus or hotkeys during playback. In MPC-HC the "Auto-load subtitles" check-box has that function, but it doesn't seem to have been replaced anywhere in MPC-BE.
I don't care how it's work in MPC-HC. But - it's work in MPC-BE. If you uncheck "Auto-load subtitle" - there is no Menu with subtitle list. In popup menu you can show only sub-menu with Subtitle Options.
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The problem is that having the Subtitle menu accessible when it's non-functional will lead to confusion when VSFilter or some other subtitle filter is used.
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The problem is that having the Subtitle menu accessible when it's non-functional will lead to confusion when VSFilter or some other subtitle filter is used.
No. It's sub-menu does not interfere VSFilter or other subtitle filter.
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