Can anyone recommend a movie player that is more tolerant of damaged files than Real One and Windows Media Player?
Stoner's reply to BinaryBoy #104 @
I use WMP and just repair damaged files with one of various free utilities, depending on the file type. www.vcdhelp.com lists many suggested utiliites, and help on using some of them.
BinaryBoy's reply to BinaryBoy #107 @
Originally posted by Stoner I use WMP and just repair damaged files with one of various free utilities, depending on the file type. www.vcdhelp.com lists many suggested utiliites, and help on using some of them.
Thanks. MPEG-Corrector looks promising.
terryg86's reply to BinaryBoy #16974 @
I suggest using a VLC Player. It is not just easy to install and use but also support a wide range of movie extensions.
I agree with terryg86. I am currently using VLC media player and I haven't got any problem with it. Besides with VLC, you can also repair damaged files and you can view anything with it. Easy to handle and deal with it. You can also avail it for free.
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