TCPMP & Master Codec Pack 6 - The open-source media player TCPMP + codec pack.
AAC (iPod audio files)
AVC (5% faster than the 84Kb version)
FFMPEG (Super Version - Plays SVQ1, SVQ3, H.263, AVC, MPEG4, FLV1, FLV4, ON2VP6)
FLAC (Actually works now!)
INTEL2700G (For those who need it (Axim X50/1v's))
MATROSKA (V2 Compliant)
NETWORK (Modified for speed, seems more reliable)
RMDECODER (Experimental - Working)
SPLITTER (Super Version - Tandems to FFMPEG)
SUBS (Stable/Reliable, displays correctly, and below the video itself regardless of which video decoder you use, must be enabled AFTER loading the target file, and disabled BEFORE loading the next file)
FILTERS.DLL (Seems to improve playback)
WMA9PRODECODER.DLL (For those who need it)
WMV9DECODER.DLL (For those who need it)
What's New in This Release:
· Version 6.5.1 changes are more streamlined codecs, and support for Monkey's Audio files, most useful if you extract the audio tracks from certain Playstation 1 games (Games where you could listen to the in-game soundtrack if you put the original disc into a CD player (Hot Wheels Extreme Racing, WipeOut 2097, and Sled Storm, for example)), you can now listen to those files without first converting them to the .mp3 format.
What's New in 6.3.1:
· Version 6.3.1 changes are an improved set of codecs for playback of RM/RMVB files, thanks to eoc, a developer over on pdafans.com
What's New in 6.1.1:
· Version 6.1.1 upgrades include a bugfix, and support for a "Fullscreen" button in skins. If you create skins, you can now include this button!
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Supported operating systems:
Windows Mobile 5.0, Windows Mobile 6 Classic, Windows Mobile 6 Professional, Windows Mobile 6.1 Classic, Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional
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