Media Player Classic fr

If you are looking for Media Player Classic fr, you have come to the right place. We explain what Media Player Classic fr is and point you to the official download.

What is Media Player Classic fr?

As the name implies, the Media Player Classic FR is an audio/video player, with an integrated CD and DVD player. It supports AVI subtitles, QuickTime, and RealVideo formats, in addition to a number of supported codecs which includes MPEG2, SVCD, and DVD.

The concept of the Media Player Classic was primarily based on the structural design of DirectShow, thus, it automatically facilitates installed DirectShow decoding filters. Aside from DirectShow, The Media Player Classic also utilizes the codecs and filters of RealPlayer and QuickTime to play their local file formats. Furthermore, the Media Player Classic also supports playback of Matroska and OGG containers, TV tuners, and other popular audio and video formats.

The Media Player Classic is designed for both 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows operating systems. This compact media player software was originally written and preserved by Gabest as a closed-source application, hosted and released under the guliverkli project as complete free software afterwards, and currently sustained by the community at the Doom9 forum.

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File types supported by Media Player Classic fr

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Last updated: : January 20, 2013