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What audio or video player do you use

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I always use VideoLAN. I find it easiest to use out of the ones I've tried

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i mostly use KMplayer.

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I've heard that the best video player is Media Player Classic - Home Cinema because you can set up custom filters and tweaks. I don't always run a system that can use Windows, so I usually use VLC for its portability, small size, and relatively few dependencies, especially if you just use the curses interface instead of Qt.

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Well for me is Media Player Classic with SVP (Shows videos in 60 FPS) And VLC for some Videos as VLC can just play anything. For audio as i'm a bit of an audiophile so i spend hours and hours for the best music player i can find and it comes down to AIMP3 with many filters and customizability it was perfect.

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AIMP for music files, PotPlayer for movies.

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迅雷看看播放器(It doesn't have an English name)

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Media Player...

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Windows Media Player and VLC.
Whenever the other one doesn't work properly mostly...

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'MPC-HC': It can play most types of files, and is rather reliable complared to 'VLC Media Player'.

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I just install the K-Lite Codec Pack for Windows Media Player, and use that. Though it does install Media Player Classic - Home Cinema as a sort of backup in case Windows Media Player ever flips you off. I only install a codec on editions of Windows with Media Center, because I am one of the few who like it. It relies off of Media Player, so installing a codec for Media Player means Media Center can utilize it as well. However, if a system I'm using doesn't have Media Center, I just install VLC, because it's simple and why the hell not.

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VLC wins anyday for me, mostly because I am a simple music and video person, BUT, a musician friend (with huge standards and such) said that for music, winamp is good and 
 for video, Media Player Classic Home Cinema.

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VLC or MPC-HC, definitely. Newer OS', the browser has support for videos currently online, codec packs not needed. I do keep a codec pack ready to install if needed, for old/bad videos that require obsolete codecs to play.

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