the k-lite mega codec pack 5.4.0 is good, however there is a problem with media player classic...
mpc takes much time to start than its previous version......
don't know what's the reason behind......
can u guys solve this problem in the newer version.....
for ur information, my pc details:
intel 945g chipset motherboard
lastly kaspersky internet security 2010 installed....(mpc is under trusted application's list)
no other program is running in background...
Right-click on mplayerc.exe and choose "run as administrator". Then you should be able to create file associations on Vista.
Report your problem on the Codec Guide support forum and they will get fixed.
It is very likely your problems are caused by bad drivers. That is not something the pack is responsible for.
The K-Lite FAQ also contains very useful help. I suggest you read that as well before blaming the pack.
Windows should already by default be able to generate thumbnails for MPEG files. That is why there is no option for it in the pack.
"it is not recommended to install codec packs". Well i should take this advice and not installing k-lite... Caused so many problems with the system :/
"This is absolutely the best video player for HD I have ever tried!"
You took the words right out of my mouth. This is the best, I say again, THE BEST video player software out there, hands down. They killed the competition right here.
The GPU acceleration feature *really* works (unlike other software companies' claims), making even the most intense HD videos incredibly smooth, even on an Ion netbook.
Great job, Mirillis!
it worked 1st time for about 15 minutes and stop. then program constantly close due to error signature. what a scam.
Working fine on my Windows 7 Ultimate x64!
come on guys! this is easy! google.......
the first result can help you!
click that site, type nero.... done
works for me every time!
You cant compare it with xvid. Xvid and divx are for poor or blind people. x264 + Splash player and ATI GPU decoding = eye candy :)
Well, im quite impressed as Splash uses up to 2% my CPU with full HD playback. MKV files work great. Ultra fast and stable software. Supports multi-displays without a problem.