How to watch 10-bit Encoded Files
Some of the source files were encoded using 10-bit x264 (We used 8-bit before). So if you think that the video is displayed incorrectly (blurry, wrong colors, patchy, etc.)
We recommend the newest CCCP Codec Pack, you can download it from here:
After you install the latest version, there shouldn’t be any problem and you can watch 10-bit encodes correctly!
If you like K-Lite Codec Pack better, it also supports 10-bit from version 7.5.6+ :
After you’ve installed one of these codecs and you still have problems, you should check your settings in Media Player Classic. The easiest way that when you playback a video, right click on it -> Filters -> if you see the internal “MPC Video Decoder” here, you need to disable it; (View -> Options -> Internal Filters -> uncheck “H264/AVC“).
Or you can try out PotPlayer, which is also a nice video player: