Sunday, February 18, 2007

Download Windows Vista and XP Complete Codec Package...

I have already got numerous enquiries about audio and video codecs (compressor/decompressor drivers) for Windows XP and a few for Windows Vista. Sometimes finding the right codec for a particular file can be tricky, and there are hundreds of dodgy codecs out there laced with malware. It's not safe out there!

Over on the MSFN forum, there's a download that contains a massive selection of codecs for Windows XP and Vista (32-bit and 64-bit versions). This package is very comprehensive and after installing it you shouldn't need to download another codec. You can download this massive codec package from one of these mirrors:
It does not contain a media player. It does not associates filetypes. With this package installed you will be able to use any media player (limited by the players capabilities) to play DVD's, movies and video clips such as quicktime, realmedia, avi, mpeg, Flv, swf, wmv, etc. Streaming video is supported in most web browsers. By default you shouldn't need to make any adjustments to enjoy your media content immediately.

Users have the ability to choose what is installed using the public redistributable and after an unattended install, you can select to remove specific portions without removing the entire package. Future releases will recognize previous releases and perform upgrade installations.

[ credit goes to PC Doctor Guide ]

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