First, I'm sorry if this is a duplicate post. I simply can't find one and will either appreciate a link to the appropriate location, or advice on how to proceed. Thanks for reading!
I've been using PotPlayer for a while. It's simply fantastic. One thing I've been unable to do is use my Windows Media Center remote control with it. Does anybody have an idea how to use it?
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Pot Player allows using a remote control of any kind. As far as I know, it can only be controlled with the GUI's controls or its own built-in keyboard shortcuts. Use Media Player Classic Home Cinema if you want a software media player that can be configured to respond to an MCE remote.
[Edit]Oops. Looks like I couldn't find a setting to configure Pot Player to respond an MCE remote because Pot Player's MCE remote configuration is built in. I just used my MCE remote to play a DVD in file form on my PC. However, not all the keys work as expected. My remote is a standard IR remote with a USB receiver that uses MCE IR protocols. If your remote does not work at all, then perhaps it is not a standard MCE remote/receiver.
Last edited by usually_quiet; 4th Aug 2013 at 14:34.
I saw your remote when I was shopping for one on ebay. It has a few MCE function buttons that my remote (Inteset's 4 in 1 Learning Remote) seems to lack, but yours is supposed to be an RC6 remote like mine is.
As I said before, not every button worked as I expected and it would be difficult to control Pot Player with only a remote.
Pot Player had to be running for the remote to work. Pot Plater responded to Mute, the Arrow keys, Enter, Volume, Play and a few others. Pause and Stop did nothing. I looked for a configuration file that I could modify hoping to improve how my remote worked, but never found one.