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    MPC + K-Lite Full for video
    Foobar2000 for Audio

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    WMP on W7 is pretty good in my opinion.
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    Foobar2000 for audio, Media Player Classic Home Cinema (MPC-HC) for video, VLC for the rare video that won't play with the stuff embedded inside MPC-HC

    No need for additional codecs packs and crap. The only thing I probably ever install would be AC3Filter (better support for digital out and channel mapping, equalizer etc) and RealAlternative (for rm videos)

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    Aw hell, imma gonna jump in too. MPC-HC for video, XMPlay for audio.
    Careful what you wish for... You just might get it.

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    MPC-HC for video, Winamp for audio.
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    With time i've realised i love K-Lite for video and Foobar for audio
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    K-Lite Codec Pack for movies OR windows media center.
    WMP or foobar for audio.

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    MPC - HC or Potplayer configured to use Lav Filters with HW acceleration when possible.
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    I like to used the Window media player and VLC player which have better quality.

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    MPC Best cause dark color looks pretty good

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    VLC for video
    Foobar for audio

    I have not heard of KM player and will try it soon. I never touch any MS media player as they always seem to want a codec of some kind. In short it WMP never seems to work. VLC on the other hand will play almost any video file out there. It is a really good piece of software IMHO.

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