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* [[Apple DVD Player]] (by [[Apple]])
* [[Apple DVD Player]] (by [[Apple]])
* [[Cisco IP/TV Viewer]] (by [[Cisco]])
* [[Cisco IP/TV Viewer]] (by [[Cisco]])
* [[Elecard MPEG2 decoder]] (by [[Elecard]])
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* [[FVC I-TV Viewer]]
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* [[iTunes]] (by [[Apple]])
* [[LSX MPEG Player]]
* [[MacTV]]
* [[QuickTime Player]] (by [[Apple]])
* [[RealOne Player]] (by [[RealNetworks]])
* [[VideoCharger Player]] (by [[IBM]])
* [[WinAMP]] (by [[Nullsoft]])
* [[Windows Media Player]] (by [[Microsoft]])

Revision as of 01:37, 12 September 2011

This page outlines lists some other media players and describes their compatability with VLC media player. You might also like to look at the compatibility of your Set Top Box, if you have one.

See also: Category:Player.

Open Source Players

Proprietary Media Players

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A list of available freeware MPEG-4 players with RTSP capabilities can be found at audiocoding.com