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Old 09-18-2018, 01:27 AM   #1
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Can I watch 4k file on Desktop ,Using Window 7.

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Download VLC player. It will support 4k assuming your videocard or onboard video can handle playback.
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Download VLC player. It will support 4k assuming your videocard or onboard video can handle playback.
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Thanks for reply but can not play on VLC player,already done
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Sounds like either your computer can't handle the playback or you're using an old version of VLC which doesn't support 4k. The newest version of VLC supports 4k and almost every video format that exists so if that doesn't work you're videocard is not powerful enough.
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Try MPC-HC it worked with my old under powered laptop, as long as you don't try anything fancy, like fast forwarding
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You will also require a 4K monitor.
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Try MPC-HC it worked with my old under powered laptop, as long as you don't try anything fancy, like fast forwarding

Pure luck going by what feedback has been written about it


What You Need to Play Video Smoothly On Your PC - 2017

For 4K video and beyond, you will need fairly recent hardware. However, any CPU and GPU released within the past two years (2014-2017) should fit within the requirements.

https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/play-video-smoothly-pc/


Anyone know of 4K PC, yet - VideoHelp Forum

4/2018
https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/...w-of-4K-PC-yet


How to Play 4k Video - 3 ways

This wikiHow teaches you how to play 4K resolution (2160p)
videos on your computer or TV.

Playing 4K Video on Desktop - 6 steps

https://www.wikihow.com/Play-4k-Video
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