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.
- Updated MPC-HC to version 126.96.36.199
- Updated LAV Filters to version 0.64-51-g927bf
- Updated madVR to version 0.87.21
- Updated MediaInfo to version 0.7.73
- madVR now also has a 64-bit version
Reviewing 11.0.0 (Mar 12, 2015)
Reviewing 10.9.0 (Dec 29, 2014)
best of the best cdeks all my life using
Reviewing 10.9.0 (Dec 16, 2014)
Best codec pack!
Reviewing 10.8.5 (Dec 4, 2014)
using k-lite 10 years & more then all my user life !!!
Reviewing 10.8.5 (Nov 27, 2014)
Best codec pack! Must have
i think it is amazing and must be checked
yes you can and actually need to instal both 32 and 64 bit packs to get 100% functional setup as some apps use 32bit version of codecs while others use 64bit....
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Where can I find a list of what's IN it?
Is there optional install for different codecs?
Can I install the 32-bit AND the 64-bit Packs? Should I?
In K-Lite Codec Pack 5.9.7 Mega a problem in SVCPACK installation faced
K-Lite Codec Pack\Filter\divX264.ax
Unable to register dll/Ocx regiserver32x faild with exit code.
I'm new to this so sorry if I sound like a complete noob, but does this make m2ts files from an hd pvr work in Windows Movie Maker 2.6?
It's compatible with Windows 7, 32bit. Flawless!
You're joking, right ? Compatibility with Windows 7 ? It's barely even safe to call it a beta product and won't be available for years and you expect compatibility ? Yeah, right.
Compatibility with Windows 7 - 64 bit ?