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Start64!New version! - Media Player Classic Home Cinema is an extremely light-weight media player for Windows. It looks just like Windows Media Player v6.4, but has many additional features. You can use the player as a Media Player Classic Home Theater.


Supported Decoding: MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 playback. Media Player Classic is capable of VCD, SVCD and DVD playback, without the need to install any additional software or codecs.
It has built-in codecs for MPEG-2 video and codecs for LPCM, MP2, AC3 and DTS audio, and also contains an improved MPEG splitter that supports playback of VCDs and SVCDs using its VCD/SVCD/XCD Reader. A *.mp4 and MPEG-4 Timed Text support added. An AAC decoding filter makes MPC suitable for AAC playback in MP4.

MPC Home Cinema also has H.264 and VC-1 with DXVA support, DivX, Xvid, and Flash Video formats is available in MPC HC. MPC can also use the QuickTime and the RealPlayer architectures. Media Player Classic supports native playback of OGM and Matroska container formats.

Media Player Classic - Home Cinema 64bit version

MPC Homecinema is now available in 64 bits version for Windows Vista and the new Windows 7 (it should also work perfectly on Windows XP 64bit). Some functions have been removed, because they are not available in 64 bits yet: internal MPEG decoder and QuickTime are not supported, some "tricks" may not work because Microsoft Detour library is not available free for the 64 bits platform.

32 and 64 bits are completely separate world : MPC-HC 64 will use only 64 bits codecs installed on your machine. It's not possible to mix in one process 32 bits Dll with 64 bits, so you will still MPC-32 to play RealMedia or Quicktime for example.

Media Player Classic Home Cinema supports the following Windows OS versions:

  • Windows NT
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP x32 and x64
  • Windows Vista x32 and x64
  • Windows 7 x32 and x64
  • Windows 8 x32 and x64

Media Player Classic - Home Cinema 64bit version
Media Player Classic - Home Cinema - 64bit software

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