Hi to everyone, i have some 720p AVC video files that will not play in my latest Media Player Classic Home Cinema player, so i downloaded the latest LAV Filter pack and copied the 64bit folder into the MPC-HC installation folder to replace the old LAV Filters, and that seems to have fixed the problem.
I noted in the Source Forge website that the Developers of the old MPC-HC have continued their work on the MPC-BE player, so i installed it, and it played those video files without the need to include the LAV Filters, and personally i like the player very much.
My issue is that when i use MPC-BE to play all my video files, it is opening in a very small size, similar to 480x320, and the only way that i can get the player to play the video at 720p or higher is to manually select it from the View Menu.
I tried various things but i can't seem to get the player to play videos at their native resolution.
Any advice would be appreciated.
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Last edited by bridgyguy; 14th Mar 2021 at 20:31.
Options -> Player -> Window Size -> After starting playback -> scale to video size 100%.
MPCHC shouldn't have had any problem playing 720p AVC.
I love the look of MPC-BE, so i will try this out instead, doesn't seem to need the LAV Filters either, unless it has some other alternative included.
Last edited by bridgyguy; 15th Mar 2021 at 06:20.
MPC-HC quite often on my laptop, i have always updated whenever prompted, so i assumed that i was getting a newer version each time, and the most recent upgrade install would have been a few months ago, so i don't know why it still has that version if it is 4 years old.
I read somewhere that MPC-HC was not being updated or worked on any more, and that some of the Developers had taken up MPC-BE, and so that is why am now using that player instead, yet now i find that MPC-HC (1.9.10) was released on Feb 25 of this year, so obviously MPC-HC is still being developed.
MPC-HC and there is no Sync issues.
It would appear that MPC-HC has an auto update feature where you are alerted, and offered an opportunity to update.