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Was trying to find where a video I saved was located so did a search, and it came up with this file that referenced the video inside of it

C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming\MPC-HC\default.mpcpl

Does that not get cleaned by CCleaner or winapp2.ini?  or could it?

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MPC and MPC-HC are in winapp2.ini as [Media Player Classic More*] it cleans allot but it doesn't clean the playlist.

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Thanks.  Wonder why it doesn't do that, seems like they clean it for other programs.  Maybe just an oversight or nobody ever mentioned it before.

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Does default.mpcpl contain anything other than the recent file list (eg. configuration settings, etc?) Because the template winapp2.ini does not delete config files, but if that file is OK to delete, there's no reason not to add it!

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It's just for the file played.

 

Here's an example from the playlist it created on my system (I've been personally deleting it for years via my own MPC cleaner via winapp2.ini):

MPCPLAYLIST
1,type,0
1,filename,E:\Video\Dream Theater\Dream Theater-Breaking The Fourth Wall (Live)-TV Version-2014-AC3-Xvid.avi

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This FileKey deletes it for MPC, a FileKey will still need to be made for MPC-HC:

FileKey1=%AppData%\Media Player Classic|default.mpcpl
Edited by Andavari
Fixed the codebox

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I'll include it in the next template update :)

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