Codecs in Windows 7, pls help

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by George King, Oct 11, 2009.

  1. George King

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  2. George King

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    Very cool, can someone collect ot from x86 & x64 version Windows? 1 folder with x86 & 1 with x64 files. I haven´t got clean system... Thanks
     
  3. whitehat2009

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    The built in Windows 7 codecs really aren't that great. For example, they can't even handle MKV containers. If you really want high quality codecs you're still better off with a codec pack like K-Lite.
     
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  4. George King

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    I know, but i need original Windows 7 Codecs...
     
  5. George King

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    But i needs only original Windows 7 Codecs :)
     
  6. Mr Jinje

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    i second using Win 7 codec pack.

    go to shark007.net

    download and install the x86 pack and the x64 pack, assuming you have x64, and then go to tools and download and install MPC x64 and x86. Then configure the codecs accordingly in the start menu and enable DXVA for hardware accleration. That setup is unstoppable and has the smoothest playback, escpecially in H264