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Revision as of 15:42, 24 May 2009

This article is aimed at providing useful information regarding playback on KMPlayer.

The KMPlayer Overview

The KMPlayer is a versatile media player which can cover various types of container format such as VCD, DVD, AVI, MKV, Ogg Theora, OGM, 3GP, MPEG-1/2/4, WMV, RealMedia, and QuickTime among others. It handles a wide range of subtitles and allows you to capture audio, video, and screenshots in many ways.

Tweak

By default KMPlayer utilises it's own internal codecs for video and displaying subtitles.
The codecs that come with the player are good, but are unable to show styled subs and ordered chapters.

This problem can be fixed by allowing KMPlayer to use external codecs found in codec packs like CCCP.


To enable ordered chapter support

Open Preferences (F2)
- Filter Control - Source Filter
- The rest tab - mark the file types you want to use Haali's splitter settings 
(Matroska for example)

To enable styled subs

Open Preferences (F2)
 - Subtitle processing - Multi-Sub/etc
 - Advanced tab - mark the Enable for the External Subtitle Module

To improve video and subtitle quality

Can be chosen from the right click menu
Video (Advanced) - Video Renderer
 - use the VMR9 Renderless when you can

One of the amazing features it has that not many other players have is to give you a choice where would you like to draw subtitles

Draw to Overlay Surface - Alt+R
Draw to Image Itself - Alt+M
Draw to VMR Surface - Alt+V