CodecInstaller is here to help you understand which codec you need and to let you install it in minutes. It detects the Audio and Video codecs installed on your system, analyzes files to understand which codecs they require and suggests you to install them. An advanced feature of CodecInstaller is the Filter Mappings Editor, a tool that will let you change the priority and the types of media a filter will process. This will help solving the issues created by filters producers that set a priority too high for their filters or make them decode formats they cannot handle perfectly. Another feature targeted to power users is the 'remove filter' functionality: you will be able to either unregister a filter (and see a list of other filters that will be affected) or lower its merit value: the effect is that the filter won't be used anymore.
Reviewing 2.10.0 (Jun 13, 2008)
Can somebody translate this please ?
I have no clue what the guy (anomoly) wants to say/prove :
"Great analysis tool. But please, updates for the codecs themselves? That's like asking to stay on top of anydvd updates-virtually impossible. Portable too. I like. Vista is what needs to change not freely available software. "
Reviewing 2.6.3 (Sep 25, 2007)
One big pile of Italian spaghetti !
Reviewing 2.5.3 (Jun 26, 2007)
EDIT: Down to one single error message after installing all codecs listed as not installed.
A. those installed codecs not listed as installed.
B. a bunch of codecs @ latest version incorrectly reported as not updated.
C. Update function does not work for any item in previous category.
D. Not all installed codecs listed.
Better... now got three enumerating error messages... but it ran at least.
Reviewing 2.5.2 (Jun 21, 2007)
Great analysis tool. But please, updates for the codecs themselves? That's like asking to stay on top of anydvd updates-virtually impossible. Portable too. I like. Vista is what needs to change not freely available software.
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