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Old 11-20-2008, 09:00 AM
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What's the recommended divx/video player?

Been using various versions of TCPMP (back from when it was called beta player) since probably 2001 or so. It's an incredibly robust, lightweight program for playing nearly anything you can throw at it.

But 7 years later i'm sure there are more advanced media players out there. What are you guys using?
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Re: What's the recommended divx/video player?

personally I still primarily use TCPMP. just like how on my pc i still use media player classic or VLC. Sometimes the old programs just got it right the first time and you really don't need to fix anything.
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Old 11-20-2008, 11:33 AM
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Re: What's the recommended divx/video player?

I use TCPMP ... and also the FREE divx mobile player:

http://www.divx.com/mobile/
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Old 11-20-2008, 11:40 AM
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Re: What's the recommended divx/video player?

I don't know if it handles Divx but I use Kinoma. In my opinion it is the best media player out there in my opinion.. It lets you play YouTube clips straight from the program and your also able to log into your account to access your favorites and playlists... It works with most of the video and audio codecs out there... It also supports VGA so it looks great on the TP screen.. And you can use it to view pictures also... I use the free version.. I posted the link below... It goes straight to downloading so be warned...

http://kinoma.com/freeplay/download/
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Re: What's the recommended divx/video player?

I use coreplayer and love it!!! Might try that program that's posted tho.
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Re: What's the recommended divx/video player?

I get an error message when trying to use TCMP. Anyone having this issue or a work around?
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Re: What's the recommended divx/video player?

yea there is a recompiled version for windows 6.1 if you get a crash.txt error you need the latest version its rc72. recompile 3 I believe
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Old 11-20-2008, 04:24 PM
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Re: What's the recommended divx/video player?

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I use TCPMP ... and also the FREE divx mobile player:

http://www.divx.com/mobile/
What's the difference between the two? Doesn't TCPMP play divx by default?
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Old 11-20-2008, 04:25 PM
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Re: What's the recommended divx/video player?

I use Coreplayer, it works great.
I tried Kinoma but it doesnt seem to recognize some audio codecs.
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Re: What's the recommended divx/video player?

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I use TCPMP ... and also the FREE divx mobile player:

http://www.divx.com/mobile/
Question -- what is the correct version of this to use? I got the WM6 professional one and it plays the movie, but the interface display is glitchy, leaves artifacts over the status bar, the timeline doesn't disappear in the movie, and the status bar icons flash through while the movie is playing.
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