MPC-HC Remote Control

MPC-HC Remote Control


With MPC-HC Remote control you are able to control your PC remotely with your Android device.

The ads free version available at: https://market.android.com/details?id=org.hlousek.droid.mpcrcpro

Configuration:
You have to activate the web interface of your Media Player Classic - Home Cinema.
In the Options menu for Media Player Classic find the "Web Interface" and enable "Listen on port" disable "Allow access from localhost only", and disable "Serve pages from". You can change the port it listens on but that's optional (default is 13579)

Now in MPC-HC Remote Control you can "configure new device" >> Enter IP address and port


Features:

- play, pause, stop, next, previous
- seek bar
- DVD control
- control volume
- control position and size of video frame
- video frame preview
- remote file-system browser
- audio and subtitle control

Recent changes:
v1.6
- Fixed file browser
- Fixed communication with newer versions of HPC-HC
v1.5
- Fixed mute button crashes
v1.4
- Added VLC Player module with basic functionality
- Added automatic refreshing the device status
- Fixed the layout of device dialog
v1.3
- Fixed refreshing of the device list
- Fixed navigation between screens
v1.2
- Added fullscreen toggle button
- Added fast the forward and rewind buttons
- Added repeated commands while holding some buttons
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Free
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4.0
User ratings
637
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
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File size
110 kb
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About MPC-HC Remote Control
With MPC-HC Remote control you are able to control your PC remotely with your Android device.

The ads free version available at: https://market.android.com/details?id=org.hlousek.droid.mpcrcpro

Configuration:
You have to activate the web interface of your Media Player Classic - Home Cinema.
In the Options menu for Media Player Classic find the "Web Interface" and enable "Listen on port" disable "Allow access from localhost only", and disable "Serve pages from". You can change the port it listens on but that's optional (default is 13579)

Now in MPC-HC Remote Control you can "configure new device" >> Enter IP address and port


Features:

- play, pause, stop, next, previous
- seek bar
- DVD control
- control volume
- control position and size of video frame
- video frame preview
- remote file-system browser
- audio and subtitle control

Recent changes:
v1.6
- Fixed file browser
- Fixed communication with newer versions of HPC-HC
v1.5
- Fixed mute button crashes
v1.4
- Added VLC Player module with basic functionality
- Added automatic refreshing the device status
- Fixed the layout of device dialog
v1.3
- Fixed refreshing of the device list
- Fixed navigation between screens
v1.2
- Added fullscreen toggle button
- Added fast the forward and rewind buttons
- Added repeated commands while holding some buttons

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User reviews of MPC-HC Remote Control
crash once while trying to mute sound.otherwise run great on sgs2
Jun 9, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 5, 2014
Dashed hopes After a year of looking for a way to play/control/navigate/stream my LAN videos, I thought I had found the answer in this little app. And what a great idea, just crank up MPC and provide a remote control input to it, then stream the output back to the tablet! Set up like a wizard. No issues. Cranked up the remote (android app client) and connected right away to my MPC on my media PC. Browsed to a NAS driver where I keep a lot of videos in IFO/VOB format (straight dump off the DVD disc). Controls all worked except for the center DOT (could not start a menu selection playing, I could only step through the menu selections). To start play, I had to use my PC mouse to click on PLAY in MPC. The Play/Pause/Stop in the app do not function at all to get a menu selection going. Seems the only way to chose a menu item is to sit in front of my media PC. Hmmmm... Once playing, all I got on the preview tab was a digi-cam-like strobe of stills. No sound. Apparently this app is not designed to actually play (in the fullest sense of that term) DVDs from a remote source on the android device. But then, neither do any other apps that claim to "play" DVDs. Sad. Still looking.
A Google User
Feb 19, 2014
Great. It works well and is easy to set up.
A Google User
Feb 8, 2014
Thumbs UP! Nice!!! Great application.
A Google User
Feb 2, 2014
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A Google User
Jan 21, 2014
Help for configuration please How do I find the IP and port number, why can't it auto detect like other remote controls