I was already using Media Player Classic and it couldn't deal with the mentioned media files too well.
I tried out the VideoLAN Classic Media Player and I must admit that it plays the Nirvana media files partially. Sometimes it plays a part and it skips through rapidly to another part. Sometimes one only hears the sound of the song. Sometimes it only skips through.
The Pearl Jam media files of their MTV Unplugged concert are only skipped through without any video or audio by the VLC Media Player. It doesn't matter if one is using the firmware of the Dangerous Brothers or not.
I was only investigating these media files out of curiosity. I have another copy of the Pearl Jam MTV Unplugged concert that wasn't downloaded. This copy plays without any problem on any DVD-player using regioncode 02.
The VLC Media Player is quite annoying when one wants to watch small media files full screen. One has to minimize and maximize while the media player rapidly skips through the file.
Because of things like this I get tired investigating how to get media files from internet working on my system. If people want to mess up the distribution of media files on the internet, then let them be. I think they will only shoot in their own feet, because people won't know their media productions. The manufacturers of media players should only add a quality mark to media files that work flawlessly with their media player. Then people can forget about other media files.
I think something like this is necessary because people can mess up the distribution of media files on the internet with some codecs, compression formats and region coding. People should be able to distinguish media files that will play flawlessly from the ones that are only distributed to bother people.
I am tired of flashing, rebooting and watching media files partially and I won't try out this messy stuff anymore.