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    which of these audio players best? WMP or TCPMP or Any other.. and why
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    lots of threads on tcpmp...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinomon View Post
    which of these audio players best? WMP or TCPMP or Any other.. and why
    TCPMP - because it works, all the time, without problems.
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    TCPMP without question, for the same reason Kupe pointed out. Also, because it's just better.
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    Can I install TCPMP into my SD card?
    Here, http://corecodec.org/frs/?group_id=5...se_id=224#r224 they have versions 0.72RC1 and 0.71. Which one is stable? Thanks!!
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    Yes, it installs fine on your sd card. 72RC1 seem very stable to me.
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    I installed TCPMP on to my SD card, it just a simple program, seems like WMP has much more options (next track, FF, Rew, etc).. pls correct me..

    Any other ones better than both TCPMP and WMP?
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    You may have missed the settings area... you can customize TCPMP WAY more than WMP. Look around before you dismiss it... it's so much better and well-rounded than WMP...
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    I look at it this way- it plays more TYPES of files than WMP, and has smoother video. I installed to my card, so I don't waste any memory. And when I need it to play a video WMP can't play (or can't play smoothly), its there for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinomon View Post
    I installed TCPMP on to my SD card, it just a simple program, seems like WMP has much more options (next track, FF, Rew, etc).. pls correct me..
    With TCPMP you can choose key shortcuts for:
    Open File
    Playlist
    Play
    Play Fullscreen
    Stop
    Move forward (user defined number of seconds)
    Move Back (User defined number of seconds)
    Next File (on playlist)
    Previous File (on playlist)
    Beginning of song
    Fast Forward
    Volume Up
    Volume Down
    Volume up (fine)
    Volume Down (fine)
    Mute
    Equalizer
    Fullscreen
    Zoom in
    Zoom out
    Rotate 90degrees
    Brightness up
    Brightness Down
    Contrast Up
    Contrast Down
    Saturation Up
    Saturation Down
    Swap Mono left/right
    Screen on/off
    Exit

    As I recall, WMP allows you to Hot Key about 5 of those commands.
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    I like TCPMP... but can TCPMP play .RA (RealAudio) format..?? or any other player does that..??
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    TCPMP virtually plays anything. i even use it as my default mp3 players because I can't find a decent mp3 player. im sure TCPMP can play .RA files. download the separate plugins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by foxdale View Post
    TCPMP virtually plays anything. i even use it as my default mp3 players because I can't find a decent mp3 player. im sure TCPMP can play .RA files. download the separate plugins.
    Where can I download the plugin to play .RA files using TCPMP..??
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    http://tcpmp.corecodec.org/download

    on the left side, there is a plugin section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by foxdale View Post
    http://tcpmp.corecodec.org/download

    on the left side, there is a plugin section.
    But which plugin is for REAL AUDIO format?
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    can someone please provide me with the coreavc h.264 plugin that was available earlier this year? the video isnt as smooth with the ffmpg plugin.

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