Best Codec Pack for Windows 7

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  1. Posts : 440
    Windows 7 Ultimate Edition x64
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    Best Codec Pack for Windows 7


    I need everyones suggestions for the best codec pack for Windows 7. I have 64bit. I was thinking of getting shark007's but I have no clue, I've been lazy and not got it yet.

    what you all think?
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  2. Posts : 554
    Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1
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    Get the Shark007 codec pack + Media Player Classic Home Cinema x64. Perfect combo IMO.
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  3. Posts : 440
    Windows 7 Ultimate Edition x64
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    Media Player Classic Home Cinema. is that what u use for your player??

    I use VLC Mostly.
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  4. Posts : 682
    Window 7 build 7600, Xp pro(VM)
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    XGUNTHERC said:
    I need everyones suggestions for the best codec pack for Windows 7. I have 64bit. I was thinking of getting shark007's but I have no clue, I've been lazy and not got it yet.

    what you all think?
    Shark007 is a very good codec pack I prefer it over klite pack.

    You will get it from here: Shark007's FREE Codec solutions.
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  5. Posts : 2,111
    Win7 Build 7600 x86
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    Be careful though not to break the Microsoft DVD/DTV codec, if you plan to use Mediacenter.

    If you do plan on using Mediacenter read this first.

    Replacing the Default DTV/DVD Decoder without Breaking Live TV Playback

    greetz
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  6. Posts : 440
    Windows 7 Ultimate Edition x64
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    What is that about, will installing the Shark007 mess something up. I just want to make sure everything will play. I have a bunch of MKV files that I have to open to VLC to play and such.. I just need a codec. I don't want to mess with any Microsoft DVD/DTV Codecs or anything.
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  7. Posts : 682
    Window 7 build 7600, Xp pro(VM)
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    XGUNTHERC said:
    What is that about, will installing the Shark007 mess something up. I just want to make sure everything will play. I have a bunch of MKV files that I have to open to VLC to play and such.. I just need a codec. I don't want to mess with any Microsoft DVD/DTV Codecs or anything.
    NO Shark007 codec does not mess or replace any Windows default codec. That is it speciality...
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  8. Posts : 2,111
    Win7 Build 7600 x86
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    XGUNTHERC said:
    What is that about, will installing the Shark007 mess something up. I just want to make sure everything will play. I have a bunch of MKV files that I have to open to VLC to play and such.. I just need a codec. I don't want to mess with any Microsoft DVD/DTV Codecs or anything.
    I posted the link to the article. So if you want to be educated on it, I suggest you read it.
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  9. Posts : 2,111
    Win7 Build 7600 x86
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    septprince said:
    NO Shark007 codec does not mess or replace any Windows default codec. That is it speciality...
    Providing you chose the right version.

    Shark has made one especially for not messing up Live tv.

    Other versions will.
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  10. Posts : 440
    Windows 7 Ultimate Edition x64
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    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?
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