K-Lite Codec Pack is a collection of components needed for audio and video playback in DirectShow players such as Windows Media Player, Media Center, and Media Player Classic. It contains everything you need to play all common audio and video file formats. It also provides additional functionality such a thumbnail generation in Explorer. The pack has a very advanced installer which is highly flexible and has unique problem solving capabilities.
Basic is a small but powerful pack that contains only the most essential things. It allows you to play all common video file formats in your favorite player.
Reviewing 10.7.5 (Sep 24, 2014)
5 stars of course
Reviewing 10.4.5 (May 5, 2014)
best codec pack!
Reviewing 10.3.5 (Mar 20, 2014)
coool yeah !!!!
Reviewing 10.3.5 (Mar 11, 2014)
Reviewing 10.0.0 (Aug 23, 2013)
k-lite is must have
Reviewing 9.2.0 (Sep 12, 2012)
still one of the most powerful!
Reviewing 8.4.0 (Feb 16, 2012)
Still the best !!!
Reviewing 7.6.0 (Aug 8, 2011)
Click on the big blue "Download Now (6,766 KB)" button on the right side.
Reviewing 7.5.0 (Aug 3, 2011)
how the hel lto download this s*** no download link wtf
Reviewing 7.0.0 (Mar 26, 2011)
This page is littered with "download now" buttons that are nothing but advertisements to other stuff I do not want. I cant tell how to download the K-lite codec pack. I am not clicking on any button on this page. You people who run this site should clean this mess up. It looks like nothing but a big scam page. Does the K-lite codec pack even exist?
Reviewing 6.9.0 (Feb 8, 2011)
very nice thank u...but how i download it???? :-(
Reviewing 5.8.3 (Mar 19, 2010)
Most probably the only Codec Pack that the average user will need.
Reviewing 5.8.0 (Mar 11, 2010)
Reviewing 5.7.0 (Feb 10, 2010)
I've been using K-Lite Codec Pack for so many years that I can't remember when I first started using it. I install K-Lite Codec Packs on all of my / friends / family computers.
I recommend K-Lite Mega flavor for 32-bit Windows. If you have 64-bit Windows, then you need to download that special flavor of K-Lite.
If you don't know what codec collection to get, most people will likely pick a far worse collection than K-Lite. Don't waste your time with other codec collections!
Reviewing 5.0.0 (Jul 11, 2009)
Good for ppl than need ffdshow + splitters ;)
Reviewing 4.9.5 (Jul 7, 2009)
Reviewing 4.9.0 (Jun 13, 2009)
Reviewing 4.9.0 (Jun 11, 2009)
Works great on Windows 7.
Reviewing 4.8.0 (May 1, 2009)
Still awesome... ;)
Reviewing 4.7.5 (Apr 22, 2009)
Reviewing 4.7.5 (Mar 27, 2009)
Reviewing 4.6.2 (Feb 18, 2009)
This codec pack is excellent. It does what it needs to do very well and is highly flexible.
I help many people to fix their computers and always recommend this pack when my customers have trouble playing videos. I frequently get e-mails from very satisfied users thanking me for giving that recommendation.
The authors of this pack are also involved in the ffdshow and Media Player Classic projects. They are very knowledgeable and always helpful with providing a fix in case of problems. If you got a problem, go to the Codec Guide support forums and you will get a solution very quickly.
I highly recommend this pack.
Reviewing 4.5.3 (Feb 5, 2009)
Orbiting235 = typical brainwashed CCCP n00b user...
dont feed the troll...
Reviewing 4.5.3 (Jan 22, 2009)
AWFUL codec pack. Makes an utter mess of codecs/filters on your system. Avoid at all costs.
Reviewing 3.8.0 (Apr 16, 2008)
K.O. others codecs pack xD
Reviewing 2.64 (Nov 29, 2005)
beautiful, very useful when you watch a lot of movies and listen to loads of music.
Never had an inssue with the basic one (only used mega pack once but do like how it has real and quicktime included)
Reviewing 2.52 (Aug 14, 2005)
why do you rate if you never tryed it ?
KLite is the only CodecPack who mades nearly no problems , Tsunami and other crap are truly system killers
Reviewing 2.51 (Aug 10, 2005)
Doesn't mess up your system at all (unlike some other codec packs).
Reviewing 2.49 (Jun 21, 2005)
For playback it's perfect
Is there a way to deploy accross a network and not install on start menu?