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a better media player?

by rhodeyes1 / December 20, 2008 9:50 PM PST

I have an HP Pavilion running millenium. Processer is 633Mh and ram is 192Mb. I want to know if there is a media player I can run that has cleaner videos than the Windows media player 9 (can't get higher than 9) and still have the repeat and full screen function. Thank you

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Re: cleaner videos
by Kees Bakker / December 20, 2008 10:01 PM PST
In reply to: a better media player?

It might depend on what type of video's you want to play, but I think you're more in need of a better PC than a better player.


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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 20, 2008 10:21 PM PST
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WMP 9 should present the video as cleanly as the source gives us. I find some are expecting HiDef output from low quality content. The brutal answer is that today's software can't reclaim what isn't in that file.

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