Codec Package Recommend

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  1. BlackTitan666

    BlackTitan666 Elite Member

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    Can some recommend me a good all in one Codec Package for wmp11 on a safe site. thanks
     
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    K-lite codec package
     
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    xzKinGzxBuRnzx The Feature Man

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    that looks complicated it there anything simpler that just installs and works for xp
     
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    xzKinGzxBuRnzx The Feature Man

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    It's really not, just install it and hit suggested setting's at the bottom like you see on mine.
     
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    +1 for the Shark 007 codec pack, I have used that since the Windows 7 betas.

    You really do just install it and Windows Media Player / Center will play anything.

    If you enable DXVA (requires a supported graphics card) you can play HD content with little CPU usage, so even the a low powered Intel Atom PC can play HD content.
     
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    thanks king its work great
     
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    Might have to try this out but I just use vlc which plays everything anyway.
     

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