K-Lite Codec Pack 64-bit


License: Freeware
Downloads: 6
Op. System: Windows
Last updated: 2011-08-08
File size: 8.76 MB
Publisher: Codecguide
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The K-Lite Codec Pack 64-bit Edition is a free collection of codecs and related tools. Codec is short for Compressor-decompressor. Codecs are needed for encoding and decoding (playing) audio and video. The very user-friendly installation is fully customizable, which means that you can install only those components that you want. The K-Lite Codec Pack 64-bit Edition contains a couple of 64-bit DirectShow filters. These filters can be used to play the most common types of video files in 64-bit media players. This 64-bit Edition works on the 64-bit Editions of Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 2008 and 7. 64-bit applications can only use 64-bit codecs and filters and 32-bit applications can only use 32-bit codecs and filters, so this 64-bit Edition can only be used together with 64-bit media players. At the moment only a few of those exist, an example is Windows Vista Media Center. Most players are still 32-bit. Even the 64-bit Editions of Windows still use a 32-bit version of Windows Media Player by default. For 32-bit players you should use the normal K-Lite (Mega) Codec Pack. You can have both this 64-bit Edition and the normal 32-bit K-Lite (Mega) Codec Pack installed at the same time. Both will function independently from each other. Features of the K-Lite Codec Pack 64-bit Edition 5.1.0: * ffdshow: o ffdshow revision 3964 - ffdshow is a very powerful DirectShow filter that can decode many audio and video formats. It also contains lots of options for manipulation of the audio and video, such as resizing and post-processing. Examples of supported video formats are: DivX, Xvid, MPEG-4, H.264/AVC, VC-1, MPEG-2, FLV1, FLV4, VP3, VP6 and MJPEG. Examples of supported audio formats are: MP3, AAC, AC3, DTS, LPCM, Dolby TrueHD/MLP, E-AC3, Vorbis, MP1, MP2, Nellymoser and IMA ADPCM. * DirectShow audio decoding filters: o LAV Audio 0.31 build 2011-08-08 - This decoder supports a large number of audio formats. * DirectShow source filters: o Haali Media Splitter - This splitter supports multiple container formats: AVI (.avi .divx), Matroska (.mkv .mka), MP4/MOV/3GP (.mp4 .m4v .3gp .mov .hdmov), WebM (.webm), Ogg (.ogm .ogg .ogv .oga), MPEG-TS (.ts .m2ts .m2t .mts) o LAV Splitter 0.31 build 2011-08-08 - This splitter supports multiple container formats: AVI (.avi .divx), Matroska (.mkv .mka), MP4/MOV/3GP (.mp4 .m4v .3gp .mov .hdmov), WebM (.webm), Ogg (.ogm .ogg .ogv .oga), MPEG-TS (.ts .m2ts .m2t .mts), Flash Video (.flv), Blu-ray (.bdmv .mpls) and more! o CDXA Reader (Gabest) - For reading VCD, SVCD and XCD discs. * DirectShow audio decoding filters: o AC3/DTS/LPCM/MP1/MP2 (AC3Filter) 1.63b - For decoding AC3 and DTS audio. Also decodes DVD audio. * DirectShow audio parsers: o AC3/DTS Source (AC3File) 0.7b - Source filter for .ac3 and .dts files. * DirectShow subtitle filter: o DirectVobSub (VSFilter) 2.40.3611.0 - DirectVobSub is a filter for displaying subtitles (ssa/ass, srt and vobsub). Your subtitle file(s) should have the same filename as your video file (for example: MovieName.avi + MovieName.idx + MovieName.sub) and should be in the same folder as your video file. Then the subtitles will automatically be displayed in most players. * Other filters: o Haali Video Renderer - Excellent video renderer that can be used as an alternative for the video renderers that Windows offers. Requires a modern graphics card with PixelShader 1.4 or higher. * VFW video codecs: o Lagarith 1.3.25 - For decoding and encoding the Lagarith video format. o Lagarith is a lossless (no quality loss) video compression format. * Tools: o K-Lite Codec Tweak Tool 5.0.7 - With this multi-functional tool you can do many useful things. It can detect and fix some common problems. It can generate a detailed list of all installed codecs and filters. It can reset settings for the

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