Media Player Classic - BE is a free and open source audio and video player for Windows.
Media Player Classic - BE is based on the original "Media Player Classic" project (Gabest) and "Media Player Classic Home Cinema" project (Casimir666), contains additional features and bug fixes.

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  • 2 Stars For Basic File Management... Sorry, but seems silly to have no delete file functionality in MPC-BE. Should be able to define a HotKey -- like Del – to delete unwanted files as they are being played. People have gone to the extent or writing scripts and patches to do this, but complicated to apply... Also, if one has to manually configure a hotkey to get MPC-BE to send a file to the recycle bin, then it would be obvious to that user where those files are going. Thus, it would be unnecessary and unfriendly to have to confirm each & every file delete – especially if having to work your way through a long list of files... And after file deletion, then just go to the next file in that directly – no playlist nonsense... Otherwise, works great... Thanks

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