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akasaka
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CCCP Media Player Clasic

Before I go and starts saying why I compiled this well here are the specs.

Program: Media Player Classic
Codec Package: CCCP13 filters Pre-installed.
Compression Used: UPX Mass Compress 2.0
Total Space: 8.94 MB on disk.

Internal Filters: Disabled.
Extranal Filters: CCCP Loaded Filters. ".\Filters"
SnapShotPath: Not Set.

Please Read the Read Me for best results.

The reason why I even thought of this... Well don't shoot me I don't particularly like vlc bad history. I also like the CCCP Codec system. So I spent oh... half an hour to actually get this far... >..> Idea of the moment. I just really wanted a portable media player I could trust with the cccp filters along side and thats what I did.

Source: http://www.crazy1.org/files/MediaPlayerClassic.zip

Unless your a Linux/Mac/Other you should be ok. I did use the Windows ver. and compiled on Windows XP. I take no real credit other than the credit of boredom. Anyways I don't think it's much anyways.

~Update~
I don't know why it did it but the filters didn't stick the first time. :/ Fixed now.

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I thought something was missing

when I came here recently.;-)

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Any updates

Any updates on cool player? CCCP latest version is 2007.07.22.
Your website is currently offline. I can't download the zip file.

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...

"I take no real credit other than the credit of boredom. Anyways I don't think it's much anyways."
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Your humility is duly noted.

Nonetheless, I must commend - for your possible future usage - one of the funniest disclaimers I ever saw from someone who'd come up with a particular piece of software. The guy said something like

"...it should be one of the handiest programs you've ever used. Unless it completely sucks"

Biggrin

(Btw, wasn't "CCCP" the abbreviation - probably in Cyrillic - for the short-lived "Commonwealth of Independent States" that briefly replaced the USSR after the fall of Communism in Soviet Union? That abbrev'n looks awfully familiar...)

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:/ Really? Spelling -,- Hate

:/ Really? Spelling -,- Hate it.

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..

Um, huh?...

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Yes it was

CCCP is correct! You win $100,000 dollars! Minus tax, fees and postage and handling, prize is $0 dollars!
Enjoy your prize Wink
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Almost correct

Not that it really mattered, but the Cyrillic letters CCCP stand for Союз Советских Социалистических Республик transcripted to latin letters thats SSSR Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik, or in other words the russian name of the not so short-lifed USSR itself, not the CIS. Not the least reason probably why the Combined Community Codec Pack`s Logo is the soviet Hammer&Sickle (&Star).

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I might have to give that a

I might have to give that a try. VLC is ok, but it is so dedicated to consuming as little resources as possible, that when my computer opens a program (or something of equivalent moderate computational intensity), the play stutters. Music is very important to me, and my media player should take as much resources as it needs to play music without skipping (although preferably no more).

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Yeah. Media Player Classic

Yeah. Media Player Classic uses a lot less resources that vlc and is more easier to handle when dealing with filters other other computer along with your own.

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MPC key question...

So here's the key question:

Can MPClassic play my DVD moviez?...(When PowerDVD is acting flaky on me - which is all the time, lately - I use VLC to watch DVDs on my system)...

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I like it

I used it before but without the "use ini" switch...

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Not using ini setting will

Not using ini setting will cause the player to save the settings in the Registry. And we all know the registry don't like to move with us to other computers.

And yes it should play your DVD's As long as the computer has a DVD/Virtual Drive.

The only issues I can think of for the DVD's is if the settings/drivers are setup a particular program on your computer which may cause conflict.

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I found a left rergistry key

Its
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Gabest\Media Player Classic

The whole thing looks like

Schlüsselname: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Gabest
Klassenname: 
Letzter Schreibzugriff: 25.01.2007 - 10:07

Schlüsselname: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Gabest\Media Player Classic
Klassenname: 
Letzter Schreibzugriff: 25.01.2007 - 10:07
Wert 0
  Name: ExePath
  Typ: REG_SZ
  Daten: D:\Documents\Papps\test\MediaPlayerClassic\mplayerc.exe

Its nothing personal (except the folder structure), but still...
a launcher removing it would be nice.

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What's Needed

:/ I wont ask why you would need to cover your tracks for such a program... Most schools or gov't computer don't allow the access to the registry by standalone software and or user permission.

Even vlc leaves records in the registry on where it was last on the system. Just pluging you USB stick into the computer leave logs and data about the device and when you last plugged it in left in the registry and log files in the windows and profile directories.

My suggestion is to.. well don't be paranoid.

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Playlists

Another thing you should be aware of when using Media Player Classic is that, if not disabled, it will keep a playlist with your latest played files. It's stored in "%APPDATA%\Media Player Classic\default.mpcpl".
To disable this feature there're two options:
1) Open MPC and select to show the playlist (menu View\Playlist), then right click on the playlist and unselect "Remember items" or
2) Edit the file mplayerc.ini and add the line RememberPlaylistItems=1 in the [Settings] section

8)

akasaka
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Never thoughts of that. I'll

Never thoughts of that. I'll update that thanks.

~Updated~

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Sorry, obviously it is

Sorry, obviously it is RememberPlaylistItems=0 (note a 0 instead of 1).
All credits go to Mr. Copy & Paste, what a nice & risky habit. Smile

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Download link doesn't work

Man I would love to use this, but the download link doesn't work. Is there anyone that has a copy that can upload it to like mediafire, and post a link?

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To download

Right Click on the download link and select save link as (for firefox) there is something similar for internet explorer too.
PS: I can't unpack the archive. Sad

Artificial intelligence stands no chance against natural stupidity!

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