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Best Codec Pack with DVD Decoders

The K-Lite Codec Pack 6.0.4 full

Pack Size: 14.4 MB

Download: http://www.codecguide.com/download_k-lite_codec_pack_full.htm

The basic features of the K-Lite Codec Pack:

·Frequent update;

·Completely customizable installation;

·Full removal of the pack by the uninstaller;

·Careful selection of codecs;

·The ability to avoid possible conflicts with other packages;

·The possibility to detect and remove defective codecs and filters.

K-Lite Codec Pack is a universal collection of codecs (decompressors) and utility program to view and edit audio and video files. The pack includes a great number of open sources or freeware and utility program. There are six variants of K-Lite Codec Pack: Basic, Standard, Full, Mega, Corporate and 64-bit. The 64-bit version includes codecs for 64-bit systems.

The K-Lite Codec Pack allows you to playback all your audio and video files. The pack exceeds in quality many codec packs thanks to a range of advantages. The first advantage is the following: the K-Lite Codec Pack is often updated. Thus it gets always renewed with the most up-to-date or even best components. The developers select carefully the new components for specific objects. The pack in question is also considered to be user-friendly and very manageable. It operates perfectly with Windows Media Player, Windows Media Center, DirectShow players, such as Media Player Classic, B.S. Player, ZoomPlayer, etc. The installation process is completely adjustable. So you can install the components you want. The K-Lite Codec Pack is devoid of any codecs or filters that can be unstable or bad. What is more the installer reveals and removes or disables these troublemakers.

K-Lite Mega Codec Pack 6.2.0

Package Size: 21.1 MB

Download: http://www.codecguide.com/download_k-lite_codec_pack_full.htm

Pack Version: 6.2.0

Release Date: 14/07/2010

System Requirements: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7

Publisher: KL

Software License: Freeware

K-Lite Mega Codec Pack is a universal collection of codecs, players and tools for playback/recording of audio and video files. The pack includes K-Lite Codec Pack Full, Quick Time Alternative, Real Alternative (oriented to playing of Real formats), BS player and FFDShow. The K-Lite Codec Pack is very user-friendly allowing you to play all the popular movie formats as well as a number of rare formats. The package is chiefly developed for power users and those who do encodings on their own.

Additional Information: The last version includes: •Updated Media Player Classic Home Cinema to version 1.3.2121 •Updated ffdshow to revision 3512 •Updated VP8 decoder to version 0.9.9.0 •Updated x264VFW to revision 1666 •Updated MediaInfo Lite to version 0.7.34 •Updated Codec Tweak Tool to version 4.4.5 •Changed default H.264 decoder to ffdshow

Microsoft DTV DVD Video Decoder

If you want to watch HD video in this case it is necessary to install codecs that are able to decode FullHD video. The most popular HD codecs are MPC video decoder, coreavc, ffdshow and Microsoft DTV-DVD.

As concerns Microsoft DTV-DVD video decoder, it is worth mentioning that it is supplied with Windows Seven. The DTV-DVD decoder supports all modern formats, and hard-ware based video acceleration. However while creating media centre at your home and while using several devices you may be faced with problems that are connected with MKV files reproduction in HD quality. You may have problems with video playing that explains lower speed of image display and sound. After some investigations by the means of GraphEdit it was cleared up what kind of codecs were operating. And it became clear that Microsoft DTV/DVD decoder caused the problem of video playing. No doubt that Microsoft DTV/DVD decoder reproduced files correctly; however it was ineffective for files reproduction on old computes. So these CPU are not powerful enough to play the files.

Therefore replacing of Microsoft codecs in Microsoft 7 requires the changing of registry entries:
First go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE Microsoft DirectShow  Preferred;
Then right-click “Preferred” and choose the point “Permissions’;
Select “Advanced” and navigate to the “Owner“. Choose ‘Administrators‘ and next “Replace Owner on subcontainers and objects” checkbox and click OK;
Return to the first window and select “Administrators” check ‘Full Control’ and click OK. This will help you to make changes in registry entries;
In the left part of the page find {e06d8026-db46-11cf-b4d1-00805f6cbbea} {31435641-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}. Click these entries twice and then replace the data entry from CLSID codec by that codec you would like to use. Enter RadLight or Graphstudio. You can also one of these common identifiers:
1. FFDShow – {04FE9017-F873-410E-871E-AB91661A4EF7}
2. MPCVideoDecoder – {008BAC12-FBAF-497B-9670-BC6F6FBAE2C4}
3. COREAVC – {09571A4B-F1FE-4C60-9760-DE6D310C7C31}

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