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I am looking a video player hopefully one that works with Windows XP and only for HD, BrRip, BdRip, H.264 quality movies. I am using CyberLink but not really happy with that. Tried VLC but the picture quality is very poor. WM11 is good only for audio. So help me with this.Thanking you.

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closed as primarily opinion-based by Olli, Tog, random Feb 14 '14 at 21:20

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I've been using Media Player Classic Home Cinema for some time.

You may also want to look at alternate codecs for your content:

ffdshow tryouts is free

CoreAVC is $13 (worth every cent IMHO)

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I'd check out SMPlayer Not sure if the picture quality will be better than VLC for sure though. I haven't invested in HD yet.

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Give GOM Player a shot together with CCCP (Combined Community Codec Pack).

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Thankyou, but i already tried GOM player...not satisfied with that. – ahmed Apr 27 '10 at 11:30

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