What's the best media player to watch anime on /a/?
Any serious awnsers here? I've been sticking to KPC all this time wondering what I should switch over to.
>deliberately breaking the law and refusing to support the industry just so you can get an imperceptibly higher bitrate or whatever
some anime don't have or sell merch so you're wrong buddy
Whatever lets you sleep better at night, reddit-kun.
I use it to watch 320p Realplayer rips of Love Hina
>Not stealing the keyframes from the studio and flipping through them by hand while dubbing over everything in your own voice
And here I thought /a/ actually cared about quality.
Could you shed some more light on those configurations?
That's all I have, the important part is the first line, it makes a great difference to the quality, the rest keeps MPV open after the playback ends and loops weebums. You just need to create a text file and name it mpv.conf and put it in the correct directory, since I'm on Linux I put it in /home/USER/.config/mpv but the same principle applies to Windows. The documentation/manual for mpv explains it pretty well so long as you keep in mind you have to create a file yourself.
Real answer: Potplayer, try to get an older version though. The official website used to have archives of the downloads but they removed them after everyone started shitting on the new version. 1.6 and older should be fine, it has everything you need and is pretty customizable.
So girls what do you think about using mpc-hc with svp to watch anime at 60 frames per second?