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Favorite video player

Discussion in 'General Software' started by youredthiswrong, May 27, 2012.

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  1. youredthiswrong

    youredthiswrong New Member

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    What's your favorite media player for videos? I use VLC to watch movies and TV series in my PC, as I can easily add/remove and synchronize subtitles. For my tablet and mu phone I use MX Video Player - hands down THE best player for Android!
     
  2. dexterlablab1

    dexterlablab1 New Member

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    Honestly, it's hard to top VLC Player.

    That one player made it possible to play almost any format without having to constantly download updates or have an extensive need for codecs.
     
  3. Creaky

    Creaky Admin

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    I use VLC player as well, normally plays everything I throw at it.
     
  4. youredthiswrong

    youredthiswrong New Member

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    What do you guys use for your phones/tablets/iPads/etc.?
     
  5. dexterlablab1

    dexterlablab1 New Member

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    I don't really use anything on my phone. But on my Tab I use vlc mobile.
     
  6. Creaky

    Creaky Admin

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    My phone is Android so plays most flash videos fine, for the iPad I just use the built in YouTube app.
     
  7. aditk8149

    aditk8149 New Member

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    With the support to Blu ray movies, VLC is indeed my favorite video player!

    Windows Media Player in Windows 7 is satisfactory, but not as awesome as VLC!
     
  8. androidgeek

    androidgeek New Member

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    Before I started using VLC... It was always issue to play different type of videos in previous players.

    Those old players were needed codecs for rendering video formats... And that was very troubling.

    Thanks VLC for the great one stop solutions.
     

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