Quote: Originally Posted by FliGi7
VLC doesn't have the prevalence of codec malfunctions and errors like K-Lite has. I would stick with the dependable software myself.
I downgraded back from v2.0 to a previous version, though, as its installation made videos play in an embedded vlc player in firefox no matter what settings were changed within firefox to prevent it. I didn't like it overtaking firefox like that.
Personally, I've had no issues with K-Lite in over five years of use, apart
from the fact that it won't work well with Super C file converter.
Well, K-Kite works fine, but it kills Super C.
TMPGEnc fixed that.
No other issues (touch wood).