Download the HEVC Video Extension as well as the HEIF Image Extension here. This will allow you to view HEVC videos (.HEIC ) and HEIF Image (.HEIF). There is also the .HEVC files in Media Players which we also have here. Each will have its own installation process. The HEVC is the latest picture format, which is the HEIF image format which is much better than the JPEG format.
You can download the FFmpeg here as a video encoder for your codecs. There are a few of these such as the myFFmpeg, SmartFFmpeg, FFmpegGUI as well. Each of these are different. The FFmpeg you can download below and then install this on your computer. See below what this is as well as how to use this. See other video encoders as well on here.
Download the MPC Video Renderer here. The Media Player Classic (MPC) is a popular media player that can be used in conjunction with the madVR video renderer. MadVR as you will know is a high-quality video renderer that enhances the visual quality of videos by using advanced algorithms for upscaling, chroma upsampling, and other post-processing techniques. There is also the media player classic and MPC-HC as well.
Download and see which media players works with madVR. Download the madVR with Media Players as can be seen here. Note that madVR is not a media player but an add-in to a number of players. The madVR offers certain advantages as you can see below.
Download the MPC-HC media player. This MPC-HC is the upgrade of the media classic player which is no longer developed. This is the media player classic home cinema edition. There are a number of difference between the two. None the less you can download the classic player below which is the home cinema edition. This is commonalty referred to as the MPC-HC player.
This is how autoloading Subtitles in Media Player Classic works. You will also see that there are many options when loading the subtitles for the media classic player. Note however that the player will not most times read a sub-directory if you made it where the player is located. See below how best to get the media player to load the subtitles.
To change loud MKV video files is easy to do. There are two options when it comes to lowering the loud sound from your system. With the MKV of other files there are the options as shown below. You can edit the MKV file as shown below or you can turn the sound lower if the standard Windows audio device driver does not lower the sound.