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Horrible program and even worse support. Before Media player classic my windows media player and windows autoplay worked fine but after media player classic appeared on my computer my windows autoplay...

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Every time I boot windows, media player classic starts running in the background (no actual MPC window opens) and hogs the CPU at 100% until I kill it. In process explorer the parent is explorer. I was wondering what could be causing this as I cannot find it under startup in msconfig.

VOB files are, unfortunately, not very well-supported by the built-in media players on Mac (Apple QuickTime player) or Windows PC (Windows Media Player). Because native players do not properly deal with these files, it is important that you use third-party players that can convert the file into a readable format and play it smoothly. If you want to learn how to play VOB files, read on. This article reveals our top ways of playing VOB files, whether you are using a Mac, a Windows PC, or a smartphone.

Another .vob player option for users of Windows OS is GOM Player. Yet another free open source media player on our list, GOM Player supports almost every video file format you might think of, including VOB files. Its usage is similar to that of the VLC Media Player. If you have it installed on your system, simply navigate to the folder containing your VOB file (typically the VIDEO_TS folder), and click to run it on GOM Player. The biggest advantage of GOM Player is if other players cannot run the file, this one has a codec finder, which will help you solve the problems with your video.

This multimedia player works with VOB for McIntosh devices. It allows for feature personalization and has an easy-to-use platform. This program supports multiple file formats and resolutions, making it a suitable option for those looking for an alternative to competing multimedia players.

Iina is powered by a modern open-source media player, making it work with many file formats. It is a VOB player for Mac with browser extensions for streaming and is compatible with the most recently developed Macbook features like the touch bar.

This converter allows you to convert VOB files to any number of suitable file formats, including WMV, MOV, AVI, MP4, M4V, MPEG, FLV, ASF, and more. Rather than having to struggle all the time to find a suitable player for your video type, Movavi Video Converter enables you to convert your available video file to the format accepted by your available media player. The converter is smooth and easy to use, and highly efficient in churning out brilliant end results. This converted video file can now be transferred for use on any other device or platform.

There are multiple VOB players that can be used to tackle this problem and let you enjoy your video files as you please. On the other hand, you can always convert an available VOB video file into a file format that is compatible with your media player using Movavi Video Converter. This way, you cannot be bothered about the file type of the video in your possession.

However, this media player is no longer under development, and its creators advise users to seek alternatives. And even though you can find its old version online, it is limited to Windows systems. That means anyone on Android, iOS, Linux, and macOS cannot use it.

This player is compatible with a variety of platforms including Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, and Linux. If you are looking for a simple media player that can work on a system with minimal resources, MPV should definitely be at the top of your list.

The player supports just about any media format you can think of including AVI, MP4, MKV, MPEG, MOV, DivX, and h.264. Another impressive thing about this player is that it comes with different skins and themes.

Additionally, this player incorporates the Picture-in-Picture function so you can minimize the video while working on another app. It supports a variety of media files and can open local files, online streams, and even play YouTube playlists.

That is because the software package contains three distinct programs including DivX Player, DivX Converter, and DivX Media Server. The player supports a variety of media formats such as DivX, AVI, MKV, and HEVC up to 4K.

This is another program that comes with a clean interface and minimal controls for a clutter-free experience. With this media player, you can search and download subtitles from the internet and have them synchronized with the video you are watching.

Second, to allow multiple instances in MPC-HC, go to the View menu in MPC-HC and click on Options (the last menu item in the View menu). Click on the Player section on the left, then click on Open a new player for each media file played, and then hit the OK button. MPC-HC is now set to allow multiple instances also. With both Looper and MPC-HC set to allow multiple instances, now the fun can begin!

Compared with some other free media players, obviously, Windows Media Player has seen better days. Now, there are many other free media players that have so many brilliant features to meet peoples' demands. So if you are tired of Windows Media Player, why not give other media players a run? In the following article, we will introduce to you the top 5 best alternatives to Windows Media Player. By the way, if you want to convert videos/audio with a more professional tool, here is the best choice that would never let you down:

The first Windows Media Player replacement is the most well-known VLC Media Player. It is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player and framework that plays most multimedia files as well as DVDs, Audio CDs, VCDs, supporting almost all file formats with no need to download additional codecs. Besides, VLC is more than just a media player, but can serve as a streaming media server, capable of transcoding while playing videos, and can edit videos or audio files with simple steps. For example, you can use VLC to crop videos. With the wonderful formats support, and amazing playback control, it can surely be the best alternative to Windows Media Player.

As we have mentioned before, there are lots of Windows Media Player alternatives to make up for the shortage of Windows Media Player. They are all easy and contain lots of practical functions, and some of them even can convert videos to other formats. But no matter how wonderful the media player is, it always inevitably comes with an incompatible issue. So the best way is to use some professional video/audio converters to solve the problem. And HD Video Converter Factory Pro is here to help you. It can convert the uncommon video format to the most common one, such as converting PVR to MP4, converting AVCHD to MP4, etc. to perfectly solve the incompatible issue. So, why not give it a try?

Media Player Classic Home Cinema (64-bit) is a light-weight media player for Windows. It looks just like Windows Media Player v6.4, but has many additional features. You can use the player as a Media Player Classic Home Theater.

If you'd like an alternative to Windows Media Player 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 and 64-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.

Of course, Media Player Classic-Home Cinema is designed to play DVDs and Blu-Ray discs as well as your media files, but it can also directly access files from video-capture devices and other sources. A Quick Open File option let us quickly browse to and launch files. MPC-HC's filters menu includes the open-source Matroska file type (MKV). Having just tested an MKV converter, we had several files on hand to play in MPC-HC, which handled them well. But, as it always has, MPC-HC handled everything we threw at it. It remains a top choice for a better media player for Windows. 041b061a72

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