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Windows front-end for MPlayer

MPlayer is one of the best media player applications in the world, which is also very different from common Windows players. What makes MPlayer different? You need not install a third party codec packs for playing different media files. Of course, VLC player can handle all these, but what is different about MPlayer is its command line interface, you can control everything via the key board.

Originally designed for Linux systems, MPlayer for Windows has available for download from various sources. MPUI-HCB is one such application which is an easy-to-use Windows front-end. You can play hundreds of different video and audio formats, including MPEG-1, MPEG 2, DivX, H.264, MP3, Ogg Vorbis and AAC.

It playback different files, network streams and supports drag and drop ( drag and drop a media file to the desktop short cut), multiple audio and subtitle tracks on DVDs, lyric in rar, 7z, zip and multi-volume archive.

You can download latest version of MPUI-HCB from here. Installation is just like any other Windows applications. Even though this Windows front-end provides some mouse control, you can control everything via keyboard. For example:1 and 2 for Brightness, 3 and 4 Contrast, 5 and 6 Hue, 7 and 8 Color, 9 and 0 Volume, etc (Complete shortcut keys available with the application). Install it and see how easy it is!


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