Discussion in 'Software' started by jopers1986, 30 Dec 2009.
Hi all, need a freeware DVD player for the old PC, whats the best one around?
Not that it's really needed but hey
VLC Media Player is a great bit of freeware, but just to give you a bit of variation have a look at KMPlayer
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I Use KMPlayer, for me its one of the Top.
ha, well i think thats decision made, will give them both a try! cheers guys!
vlc is great if you don't want to install anything and just execute the software. Otherwise I would strongly recommend KMPlayer as well as it is very well made and has literally too many functions
Do any freeware programs support DTS or Dolby or do you only get that from paid for programs such as PowerDVD?
I cannot test it but there are DTS options in KMPlayer. I don't know about Dolby however
I hope you know how to configure your stuff though because the preferences menu in KMPlayer has tons and tons of options I don't understand ...
VLC is the best freeware so far for this
VLC is great, it's the only media player that let's me watch DVD isos (of my legally bought DVDs mind you) with upscaling technology on a 1080p screen using my netbook.
I'm gonna go against you guys - I hate VLC, it just feels so effortsome. I'd go with MPC-HC, although that's no better than your boggo standalone DVD player software.
VLC is good but if its for HD movies then MPC is definately a better runner. the quality is noticeable in comparison .
Another vote for MPC from me, personally find it to be much better than VLC.
VLC anytime and very easy to use
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