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- Software: VLC Codec Pack
- Version: 188.8.131.52
- License: Freeware
- OS: Windows Windows 10/8/7/XP
- Requirements: No special requirements
- Publisher:VLC Codec Pack
VLC Codec Pack description:
The VLC Codec Pack is a free utility to install a collection of codecs/filters/splitters used for playing back video and audio files. After installation you will be able to play 99.9% of files through your media player, along with XCDs, VCDs, and SVCDs. Additional file associations are applied to make Windows Media Player play BDMV (unencrypted BluRay/AVCHD), EVO (unencrypted HD-DVD), MKV, M2TS, MP4, VOB, OGM, WEBM, FLV, and NUV movie files, as well as AC3, DTS, FLAC, APE, OGG, WV, TTA, OFR, SHN music files, and finally MO3, IT, XM, S3M, MTM, MOD, and UMX tracker audio files. Compression types supported include AVCHD, AVC, H.264, x264, H.263, H.261, DivX, XviD, Flash Video, VP3-8, Morgan JPEG, MJPEG, MPEG4, MPEG2. As an added extra a special version of VLC Player is included for files that may be broken or badly encoded. Users can simply right click on problem files and select “Open in VLC Player”.
The package detects the best proof tested settings with additional options for CPU, GPU, and DXVA compatibility. Audio options during install allow users to set output from basic 2.0 channel stereo, right up to 7.1 channel output. Digital audio S/PDIF / HDMI passthrough for home theater systems can be set by the user to output Dolby Digital AC3, Dolby Digital Plus E-AC3, Dolby TrueHD, DTS, DTS-HD, even multichannel non-AC3/DTS audio (for example 5.1 channel FLAC) can be set to encode as AC3 and output to digital S/PDIF / HDMI. Included in the package are a number of encoder codec’s, allowing you to encode files in formats such as DivX and XviD in your favorite encoding application. 32-bit and 64-bit version of Windows Media Player are supported as well as most other players. The package supports 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows.
NOTE: Windows 8 requires the Media Center add on in order to play DVD’s. This is a restriction put in place by Microsoft, rather than a codec issue.
NOTE: Protected formats may require a specific player.