Integration with Media Player Classic
There's the VLC app, but Media Player Classic that comes with K-Lite Codec pack is much more stable and efficient.
K-Lite is shit.
VLC is shit.
MPC with CoreAVC and DivX codec = all you need.
This has some information: http://www.anandtech.com/show/3786/hd-video-decoding-on-gpus-with-vlc-110/5
It is clear when you run one vs. the other that MPC is more stable, regardless of what you may think with the system folders. VLC is aimed to be a one-size-fits-all application that spans across every platform, when clearly the millions of ways of encoding a video and audio cannot be put simply into one application.
Besides, just run a video in both, MPC feels much more stable and clean than VLC.
very funny: ?
how can an application with codecs installed in system folder(which make the system unstable (which is already buggy)) be more stable than application which comes with its own codecs.
VLC and MPLayer are best video applications for Windows and not only