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what's the best viewing system to watch naruto?

Discussion in 'Tech Hub' started by sanchain, Mar 4, 2005.

  1. sanchain

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    hey, just wondering what everyone thinks is the best viewing system to watch naruto?
     
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  3. I'm with Stupid

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    the core media player's nice, you can set it up to pause by clicking the movie window
     
  4. Nonexistinghero

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    I use Zoom Player. Has many good features. I only use WMP for making screenshots.
     
  5. Zhongda

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    windows media player! the best!
     
  6. IkariBattousai

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    I like the Divx Player. WMP is really annoying because if I accidently shift the desk or something the mouse moves and those control bars come up and I can't see the subtitles. Divx only gives you a control bar if you click and you can pause with the specebar. Also the fullscreen mode not giving you trouble when you hit a button makes for better screens. Unfortunately I've been having some problems viewing on the Divx player lately so I have had to resort to using WMP. Sad, sad times.
     
  7. Rurouni

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    I like Windows Media Player best.
     
  8. Andy200

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    I like vlc best as it plays almost everything^^
     
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    I've used BSplayer but didn't like it so much so i kept on using WMP.

    I will try Divx player and see what it's like ^^
     
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    I use K-Lite Codec pack... you get Media Player Classic with that and all kinds of codecs and Vobsub so it's almost like made for anime watching =D
     
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    Winamp works fine for me but watever it cant play i use VLC player.
     
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    I say Windows Media Player or DivX.
     
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    vl is way better than other because it behavoiur (or acts) like your remote control.

    and its plug and play media player so you don't need to install codecs, etc ( not all codec... but almost all codecs)

    bsplayer is good (better than divxplayer)
     
  14. Hagane no Renkinjutsushi

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    Zoom Player, you can watch EVERY kind of video format on that on that.
     
  15. En Sabah Nur

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    I'll have to go with VLC player, myself. All the other players I've tried consume a lot of memory when playing, and I've tried winamp, bsplayer, divx player, windows media player, realplayer, quicktime, jetAudio, media player classic. And these are the ones I can remember off the top of my head. Not to mention VLC will play practically everything (except realmedia formats at the moment. I believe they are working on open source versions, but not quite certain.)
    I've not tried zoom before, but somehow I doubt it'll be any better than vlc, but I'll give it a try before condemning it.
    (Hmmm. The french doing something useful :) )
     
  16. Kira Yamato Retired Staff

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    Well, I use PowerDVD player. It gives me a great presentation (best full screen picture IMO).
     
  17. Naruto-Happy

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    i use winamp, cuz the left and right arrow keys let you skip 5 seconds. this is useful for skipping tiny tiny bits eg flashbacks, when ppl stare at each other for like... 20 seconds
     
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    I burn them to VCD's and watch them on my tv.
     
  19. Yamato (Inactive)

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    Mplayer + all posible codecs :). The best media player I've ever had.
     
  20. Lo Gah Lok

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    windows media player, simply.
     
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    I use divix or winamp. I Really need a player for real media file which isn't the real media player...cause it sucks so badly.
     
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    DivX or winamp

    You can turn that off in options
     
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    I like media player classic
     
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    I have a DIVX DVD player... unfortunately subbing groups don't make sure that the subs fit in the TV safe area. Champloo is widescreen, so I have no problems with that.
     
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    Im just using WMP, i don't see why i need a high tech different player wich has a few better options >>
     
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    windows media player.....sometimes zoomplayer std...
     
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    Windows media player 10, or ATI multimedia player.
     
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    Windows media player OR if i dont feel like waiting for my download to finish vcl since it plays incomplte files
     
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    DiVX for me the best.
     
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    i like watchin naruto or the other anime in winimp for some resaon ^_^ i m not sure why but i don see why i need to get more soffisticated ones inorder to watch naruto , i think the thing that s more important it to get many speakers so when you watch naruto you feel like you are with them ^__^ really feels cool
    but does any of you guys recomend a better viewing system to watch naruto?
     
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