Best Codec Pack for Windows 7

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  1. Posts : 440
    Windows 7 Ultimate Edition x64
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       #11

    Also, on Vista I can the CCCP pack, how is that for 7?
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  2. Posts : 682
    Window 7 build 7600, Xp pro(VM)
       #12

    XGUNTHERC said:
    well I don't see multiple versions on his site, there is just one for vista, and Win 7.. and then there is an add-on for x64 users. but that adds some DirectVOBSub thing so people can have subtitles in Media player, and I don't really need those. but should I still install the x64 add-on anyways.

    I don't see more than one version of shark that says anything about one messing up default codecs?
    It is recommended that you install x64 components as you system is 64 bit..
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  3. Posts : 2,111
    Win7 Build 7600 x86
       #13

    XGUNTHERC said:
    well I don't see multiple versions on his site, there is just one for vista, and Win 7.. and then there is an add-on for x64 users. but that adds some DirectVOBSub thing so people can have subtitles in Media player, and I don't really need those. but should I still install the x64 add-on anyways.

    I don't see more than one version of shark that says anything about one messing up default codecs?
    Ok, they must have changed it then.

    Last time I checked was a few weeks ago.

    My bad, sorry.
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  4. Posts : 440
    Windows 7 Ultimate Edition x64
    Thread Starter
       #14

    This is what it says on his Site.

    MKV playback is fully supported.

    The Win7codecs package which I have created does not change or interfere with what Microsoft has going on concerning native codec support in Windows Media Player 12 and Media Center.
    DXVA accelerated H264 playback is provided by the codec package for all other capable players.

    The latest release contains a new Settings Application which enables the user to choose a different splitters 'on the fly' for specific filetypes. The application will also allow you to choose from 10 different speaker configurations from 'same as input' and all the way up to full 7.1 channel output.

    So I think I'm ok there.. Thanks for the input guys. I'll give it a try. Also it said it uninstalls other codec's. I have a few add-ons for foobar2000 as I listen to my FLAC music with that, it wont delete that stuff will it? I sure hope not
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  5. Posts : 34
    XP SP3
       #15

    k-lite medza codec pack and vlc media player
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  6. Posts : 682
    Window 7 build 7600, Xp pro(VM)
       #16

    angelwolf71885 said:
    k-lite medza codec pack and vlc media player
    Klite codec cannot play some flv video in windows 7 but Shark007 codec plays those videos fine..
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  7. Posts : 440
    Windows 7 Ultimate Edition x64
    Thread Starter
       #17

    I just downloaded shark007 and 64bit add-on

    Thanks guys
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  8. Posts : 34
    XP SP3
       #18

    septprince said:
    Klite codec cannot play some flv video in windows 7 but Shark007 codec plays those videos fine..

    you know if you have downloadhelper for fire fox then just change the extension and you wont have to deal with flv you tube videos ever again xD
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  9. Posts : 429
    Windows 7 Professional x64
       #19

    for years I've been using K-Lite Codec Pack, plays everything I throw at it.
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  10. Posts : 52
    Windows 7 ultimate x32 7600.16385
       #20

    K-Lite Codec Pack and vlan plays every file for me from video to audio even .flv
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