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media player classic is available in english and various other languages. it’s priced at $35, but if you buy it in the package form, you get a media player classic pro license for $40. you can get the package for $20 off if you buy both media player classic and media player classic-home cinema.
while media player classic can play and access all your media in many different formats, it’s also a downloader. it supports any file type that can be downloaded, including zip, iso, and many others. it can also access remote folders, like ftp servers, and supports webdav.
we first tested the latest release of media player classic in windows vista ultimate 64-bit and in windows 7 home premium 64-bit. however, we did not download and install the free versions of these operating systems. we also used the 64-bit version of media player classic in windows 7 home premium 64-bit (without first installing the free version of windows 7).
after updating, restarted, and logged into windows, we chose an mpc-hc skin and left it there, in full screen mode. we selected file | load directory, selected our windows media player library, and then double-clicked on a .mpc file. we got a small window with the filename, file size, date, and a small thumbnail. the mpc-hc window displayed the file name, file type, and the remaining file size.
after starting media player classic-home cinema, we clicked the plus sign at the lower left of the program window and clicked the search & capture button. we entered a few words that we think describe the content of our.mpc file. we clicked the capture button.
for those who don’t want to waste their time fiddling with the windows file explorer, vlc offers a simple, one-click button for all the most popular file types. of course, it is also a great way to open mp3, mp2 and more files in windows. in addition, vlc has support for advanced options, and it can be set to work within the windows desktop environment with a click. windows media player is often the best option for those who want a more hands-on approach. the interface is easier to use, and you can drop and drag files directly into it. with a few simple tweaks, windows media player can even act like a media player that’s not designed to handle video, music and other types of content in the first place.