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Free media player with support for Youtube

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  • space0ctopus
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    Don't care how good it is, it comes packed with a browser hijacker and is VERY sneaky about installing it! I'm usually REALLY good at making sure none of that crap ever gets installed with things, but somehow that bullshit browser hijacker "Conduit" search toolbar crap got into my computer and reset all my browsers homepages, new tab pages, and stuck a nasty toolbar in them, along with other shitty extensions I didn't agree to installing! It doesn't belong on Source Forge if it's going to use this kind of bullshit that everyone hates and tries to stay far away from! Shame on you!

    Posted 03/16/2013
  • sahwar
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    SMPlayer is probably the best all-round media player for GNU/Linux out there (being based on the wonderful mplayer makes it play almost anything you throw at it)! I highly recommend it to Windows users as well! Linux users may wish to use the mplayer2.org library with this player though (based on ffmpeg/libav).

    Posted 02/12/2013
  • zlotowinfo
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    freezing when closing played small/short video

    Posted 12/11/2012
  • oid-3107322
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    Too complicated to install.

    Posted 10/26/2010
  • oid-2790321
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    It does detect converted rmvb files bad. It has a poor codec back on its own.

    Posted 01/31/2010
  • eladkarako
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    media player classic from k-lite co. is far more better.

    Posted 10/11/2009