Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Codec Guide Update

The folks at Codec Guide recently added an update to their K-Lite codec pack, which is now at version 4.1.7. While you are there, check out their useful tips as well. A really good tip is the one about using to download streaming videos.

With KeepVid, you can simply input the address of the streaming video and they give you the download link. It's worth checking out, considering that more and more people are posting to sites like YouTube. You are bound to come across a case that requires you to download the video from YouTube. When you get there and can't find the download link, check out KeepVid.


belajar photoshop said...

K-Lite Codec Pack is a collection of codecs and DirectShow filters. Those components are needed for encoding and decoding various audio and video formats. This Codec Pack is designed as a user-friendly solution for playing all your movie files.

Cumulative update for the latest version of the K-Lite Codec Packs.

K-Lite Codec Pack has the following other editions available: K-Lite Codec Pack Basic, K-Lite Codec Pack Standard, K-Lite Codec Pack Full, K-Lite Codec Pack 64-bit and K-Lite Codec Pack Corporate.
Latest Changes:

* Updated DivX to version 6.8.3
* Updated Cyberlink MPEG-2 decoder to version
* Updated x264VFW to revision 870
* Fixed XP-theming on MPC that wasn't working in v3.9.5

Anonymous said...

K-Lite is a nice little package for known codecs in common containers. It will not remedy nor assist with encrypted codecs DVR MFG's utilize. Furthermore, if by chance a DVR codec is decoded within the K-Lite offerings, the metadata (date/timestamp) will not be displayed. As well, several Matroska containers with h264 codec will not be compatible with K-Lite.