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Anyone use MPV on windows 10?

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I saw @JohnFlower mention this player in channel and thought I would try it out.

It works better than MPC in some tests I've run.

Anyone with decent experience with it on Windows 10?

I am trying to get the stupid Now Playing script to work with mIRC and I don't think the player is even loading the script.

Any help is appreciated.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Pollux said:

It works better than MPC in some tests I've run.

In what areas? Something I noticed was that switching between Audio/Subtitle tracks happens almost instantly. 

 

I haven't looked at it closely, but I wonder if there is a noticeable between MPV and MPC-HC with madVR in terms of video quality? (Bearing in mind I'm running off a crappy monitor at the moment)

 

Also, maybe JohnFlower can answer this, do you know how MPV loads fonts? Is it from the installed fonts on ones system or file itself?

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