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Latest Version of Software Running on XP

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Out PotPlayer 1.7.18346 (April 19, 2019)

Changelog:

+ Added the ability to include mouse cursor in Game Capture

- Fixed seeking problem with certain MKV files
- Fixed an issue where playlist items could not be sorted by size
- Fixed an issue that causes TTML subtitle characters to be ignored
- Fixed an issue that causes File Navigator to crash in certain situations
- Fixed a problem that causes the program to run slowly with playback of certain files
- Fixed a problem that causes screen to broken when playing certain H.264 files
- Improved AV1 decoding performance
- Fixed an abnormal behavior when playing certain MP4 files
- Improved ZIP/RAR playback

The downloadable version at the link below can be installed in Windows XP:

http://potplayer.daum.net/?lang=en

:):thumbup

 

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Edited by Sampei.Nihira
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I advise users who have installed previous versions from Videohelp to uninstall the previous version with registry cleaning and deletion of the DAUM folder in programs and then proceed with a new installation.

I usually use Iobit Uninstaller portable + CCleaner.

I have verified that an installation above the previous version increases the space occupied in HD.

 

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Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro CS4 are the last 32bit versions and the last to be supported on XP. I tried installing Premiere Pro CS6 on XP x64 and there are missing functions (which I can't remember) but the PE version is indeed 5.2.

All other Adobe products work up to CS6 in both x86 and x64 versions, but Photoshop CS6 is artificially crippled on XP with 3D and other advanced GPU-accelerated features disabled. Using application verifier or fcwin2k to make photoshop.exe and gpu_sniffer.exe think that they're running on Windows 7 SP1, then enabling GPU acceleration will fix that issue and it works as it would on a newer OS.

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23 hours ago, Sampei.Nihira said:

Out Potplayer v. 1.7.18958:

http://potplayer.daum.net/?lang=en

excellent reporting.

Apparently the player is not able to recognize automatically the presence of new versions (I don't know if it depends on XP)

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True.;)
The player cannot recognize the presence of an update.
Even Sumo (Software Update Monitor) often fails with Potplayer.

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12 hours ago, Sampei.Nihira said:

Out PotPlayer 1.7.19955:

If third-party codecs are not installed in the system, such an error appears when opening any video. It is fixed by replacing the ffcodec.dll file from the old version.

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On 6/11/2019 at 12:26 PM, Vistaboy said:

Apparently the player is not able to recognize automatically the presence of new versions (I don't know if it depends on XP)

On 6/11/2019 at 5:42 PM, Sampei.Nihira said:

True.;)
The player cannot recognize the presence of an update.

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Seems to work as expected here, under Vista SP2 32-bit :thumbup

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A small list of working web browsers onto Windows XP:
360Chrome
360 Secure Browser
Sogou Web Browser
Baidu Spark Browser (Chromium 44)
Coc Coc
UC Browser
Maxthon
Nano Browser
Lunascape
QQ Browser (Tencent)

Untested:
Puffin Browser
Redcore
Navar's Korean Browser (can't find an offline installer; discontinued)

Windows XP is well alive in 2019 ;)

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