Posted by Amanda Hu | Last updated: October 12, 2019
Finally, Windows Media Player MP4 playback is available in WMP version 12 after the several upgrades, but the other versions still need install specific codec for playing MP4 videos files. Even you have updated your old Windows Media Player to the latest version, it probably still can't satisfy you with the higher needs and requirements in audio visual quality when play MP4. So, this guide will try to teach you how to play MP4 in Windows Media Player with the superior quality and how to solve Windows Media Player won't play MP4 problem once for all.
You need this prominent Windows Media Player MP4 alternative – 5KPlayer to freely play all sorts of MP4 files on your Windows/macOS computer. It can get 100% conformance with any MP4 files and providing you the superb visual and audio quality.
This is a very easy-to-use MP4 Windows media player. And before we start, please free download this Windows media player MP4 solution.
Step 1: Run the 5KPlayer by double-clicking on its icon.
Step 2: Choose your target MP4 file for playing.
If you already set 5KPlayer as your default player, then you can just double click MP4 files to play on this Windows media MP4 player. If not, you can open any MP4 files by the following ways.
• Drag a MP4 video file to the main interface.
• Right click on target MP4 video, and move your mouse to "Open with" and then tap "5KPlayer".
• Click "Video" to add a MP4 file.
Except working as a perfect MP4 Windows media player to free play any UHD HD SD MP4 files, MP3, AAC, FLAC, RMVB, AVI, WMV, WAV, OGG, MOV, etc. and play regular/copy protected DVDs. And this all-in-one powerful video music player a is also in a position to download videos from YouTube, Vevo, Vimeo, Dailymotion and so on. Additionally, you are also free to DLNA video movie music between devices under the same Wi-Fi connection.
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