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    Posted: 10 Mar 2010 at 3:14pm
First DST4ME thanks for having that freeware site klitetools.com.  It's awesome.  I have used it many times.
 
I had a quick question and I thought you could best answer it since you are very familiar with the programs I will refer to.
 
When I played a DVD with Windows Media Player (windows 7 64 OS) I would get green dots and faint verticle bars across my screen.  This was only in Windows media player and media player classic.  However, when I downloaded the VLC player off of your site the DVD looks great.  Also, I do not have any artifacts during post or gaming.
 
My question:  can I pretty much rule out hardware as the cause since I found a player that works or could this still be hardware?
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yes that is software related and most likely has to do with codecs, vlc has its own codecs.

Edited by DST4ME - 10 Mar 2010 at 4:56pm
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VLC has always been a favorite of mine, it will play just about anything, and I can turn it up much louder than most other players.
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  Quote AndydViking Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 10 Mar 2010 at 5:19pm
OK thank you so much!  I seriously appreciate your time on this!
 
Any idea why my flash video (youtube and hulu) would have a small amount of tearing at the bottom of the screen?  Is this a known problem with windows 7?
 
Of course my girlfriend cannot even see the tearing but I see it so it isn't that bad but slightly annoying to me.
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VLC is great its one of my favs for sure.

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  Quote AndydViking Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 10 Mar 2010 at 5:34pm
What is the best DVD and media player?  paid or free doesn't matter. 
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  Quote DST4ME Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 10 Mar 2010 at 5:46pm
well they are all the same pretty much if you have the right codecs, I jump between vlc and media player classic, but for bluray and hddvd you need something like windvd player.

BTW I forgot to thank you for using the site and nice comment, its not perfect, but we are all trying hard to keep it up to date and test and introduce new software, so thank you very much
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VLC is the best media player I've encountered.
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