This player has a large number of different functionalities: it can play DVD disks, the hardware is able to decode H.264 format popular on the latest generation graphics cards, knows how to work correctly with the second monitor (TV), supports the various type of subtitles can work with QuickTime and RealVideo formats etc. The player is small and completely understandable, and not overloaded functions redundant interface translated into 14 languages. It has full compatibility with Windows XP and Windows Vista, and not only 32 - bit version, but the 64-bit.
* Play VCD, SVCD and DVD without installing additional codecs.
* Playing AudioCD.
* Play Real media and QuickTime (if your system has the appropriate codecs)
* Play any file format that supports DirectShow, eg, DivX, XviD, H.264.
* Play and capture video from TV-tuner-s.
* Play Macromedia Flash-rollers, if you have installed ActiveX plug-in, with the ability to rewind.
* Randomly moving and zooming.
* Support for systems management and WinLirc uICE.
* Ability to customize the hotkeys.
* Save decoded stream (for example, MPEG2-protected DVD).
* Watching movies in resolution than the current one.
* Command line support.
* Support for subtitles.
* Ability to play the second audio track (in any supported format).
* Play Broken AVI-files
This project is based on the original "Media player Classic" and was created after Gabest, the original author, stopped working on it. Several new features have been integrated in this player, such as:
- Option to remove Tearing.
- Better support for Windows Vista and 7, including a release for 64 bits platform.
- Full ICC color management
- Support for EVR (Enhanced Video Renderer)
- Usage of Toolbar images
- Supports Subtitles.
- Playback and recording of television if a supported TV tuner is installed.
- Creation of minidump when MPC HC crashes.
- OSD (On Screen Display)
- Support Multi-Monitor configuration
- Pixel shader to convert BT601 - BT701
- YV12 Chroma Upsampling pixel shader
- Language Translations.
- All features from the Guliverkli MPC Project from Gabest