Audio Software Players Microsoft Codec Installation Package

Microsoft Codec Installation Package 9.0 for Windows

by Microsoft Corp.

Avg. Rating 4.0 (20 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.4 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 187,476
Publisher Microsoft Corp.
Homepage Microsoft Codec Installation Package

Publisher's Description

Microsoft Codec Installation Package can be used as an alternative to automatically downloading Windows Media Codecs, or to correct problems experienced with previously-downloaded codecs. This package is for network administrators who want to deliver support for the latest Windows Media Audio and Video codecs for enterprise computers running Windows Media Player 7.1, Windows Media Player for Windows XP, Windows Media Player 9 Series, and Windows Media Player 10.

Latest Reviews

izmo

izmo reviewed v9.0 on Sep 3, 2004

Microsoft has nothing to do with ogg vorbis...
If you want to be able to play ogg vorbis files in media player, download an ogg direct show filter..
http://tobias.everwicked.com/oggds.htm

DJ Milz

DJ Milz reviewed v9.0 on Jan 22, 2003

LMFAO @ Review bout RAM... :-D

eL MaesTro

eL MaesTro reviewed v9.0 on Jan 22, 2003

No problems at all, just an update . If you enconde your videos with 9erSeries, then go for it

pEsTiCyDe

pEsTiCyDe reviewed v9.0 on Jan 21, 2003

Does this codec pack give Windows Media Player 9, Ogg Vorbis support? If it does, I can uninstall Zinf and/or Sonique 2 beta. Anyone tried playing Ogg files after installation of this codec update?

Gelsmurf

Gelsmurf reviewed v8.0 on Sep 8, 2002

5 stars :)

but... what does your RAM have to do with WMP codecs??

tem0

tem0 reviewed v8.0 on Sep 11, 2001

I use the latest version of Windows Media Player, but then again I do have about 800mb of ram.

redmonkey

redmonkey reviewed v8.0 on Sep 11, 2001

Uhm... Yeah Quake8, well said (whatever you said). I think what quake8 was trying to say is this is a good update for Windows Media.

Avg. Rating 4.0 (20 votes)
Your Rating
izmo

izmo reviewed v9.0 on Sep 3, 2004

Microsoft has nothing to do with ogg vorbis...
If you want to be able to play ogg vorbis files in media player, download an ogg direct show filter..
http://tobias.everwicked.com/oggds.htm

DJ Milz

DJ Milz reviewed v9.0 on Jan 22, 2003

LMFAO @ Review bout RAM... :-D

eL MaesTro

eL MaesTro reviewed v9.0 on Jan 22, 2003

No problems at all, just an update . If you enconde your videos with 9erSeries, then go for it

pEsTiCyDe

pEsTiCyDe reviewed v9.0 on Jan 21, 2003

Does this codec pack give Windows Media Player 9, Ogg Vorbis support? If it does, I can uninstall Zinf and/or Sonique 2 beta. Anyone tried playing Ogg files after installation of this codec update?

Gelsmurf

Gelsmurf reviewed v8.0 on Sep 8, 2002

5 stars :)

but... what does your RAM have to do with WMP codecs??

tem0

tem0 reviewed v8.0 on Sep 11, 2001

I use the latest version of Windows Media Player, but then again I do have about 800mb of ram.

redmonkey

redmonkey reviewed v8.0 on Sep 11, 2001

Uhm... Yeah Quake8, well said (whatever you said). I think what quake8 was trying to say is this is a good update for Windows Media.

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