version 3, dated May 22, 2006 & works with HFSLIP_51030.cmd and newer.
This is a manual process and if it scares you, don't do it.
What does this do?
a. Slipstreams codecs into your source.
b. Fixes icons for various media types in Windows Explorer.
Does this require system file protection or any dll replacements?
What do I need?
a. For W2K, you need to slipstream DX9 (Refer to FDV's instruction set for details).
b. The KLITE Mega Codec Pack. You may be able to do this with the other packs too, but I haven't verified it.
c. W2K: Download WindowsMedia9-KB891122-x86-Global-ENU.exe, extract it and put wmfdist.exe into HF folder.
d. WXP/2K3: Download WindowsMedia-KB891122-x86-ENU.exe, extract it and put wmfdist95.exe into HF folder.
e. The HFSLIPCD.INF file, download link at bottom of the message.
f. The modifype.exe program in the HFTOOLS folder.
What if I NLITE my source?
a. Do NOT remove the SOUND DRIVERS otherwise most codecs WILL NOT work. Refer to step 12, unless you know what you are doing.
What if I NLITE my source to eliminate WMP totally? There's a 5+ page NLITE thread on how to do this, but this can be done very easily as follows:
a. See the write up at the bottom of this.
a. None at this time, installs like a charm.
There are two methods to HFSLIP your codecs.
The first and easier method is to use TAiN's prepacked plugin.
Here is a new version of the pack.
Manually create HFSLIP\HFEXPERT\CODECS directory
Dump contents of pack into CODECS
TommyP's old fashioned manual way
Step 1. Download the modifype.exe program and place it alongside the HFSLIP___.CMD file.
Step 2. Download the KLITE Mega Codec Pack.
Step 3. Manually create a folder alongside the HFSLIP___.CMD file called HFEXPERT.
Step 4. Manually create a folder inside HFEXPERT called CODECS.
Step 5. On a junker PC or a VM, install the KLITE MEGA CODEC PACK. You can install everything, we'll pick and choose what files we want.
Step 6. Copy the following files from the junker PC or VM to your HFEXPERT\CODECS folder. These files reside in a combination of the %windir%\system32 and the Program Files\K Lite Codec Pack folders and Google.
3ivx.dll 3ivxConfig.exe 3ivxDSAudioDecoder.ax 3ivxDSDecoder.ax 3ivxDSMediaSplitter.ax 3ivxVfWCodec.dll ac3acm.acm ac3filter.ax ac3filter.cpl CLVSD.ax CoreAAC.ax CoreFLACDecoder.ax CoreVorbis.ax cpuinf32.dll DirectVobSub.cpl divx.dll divxa32.acm DivXc32.dll DivXc32f.dll divxdec.ax huffyuv.dll I263_32.drv IMC32.acm Ir41_qcx.dll Ir50_32.dll ir50_lcs.dll l3codecp.acm l3codecx.ax MACDec.dll MatroskaSplitter.ax mkx.dll MonkeySource.ax mp4.dll MPCDec.ax mpeg2dmx.ax mpg4c32.dll msaud32.acm msvcr70.dll ogg.dll OggDS.dll OpenQuicktimeLib.dll splitter.ax vorbis.dll vorbisenc.dll vorbisfile.dll vp31vfw.dll vp6dec.ax vp6vfw.dll vp7dec.ax vp7vfw.dll VSFilter.dll WavPackDSDecoder.ax WavPackDSSplitter.ax WMV9VCM.dll xvid.ax xvidcore.dll xvidvfw.dll
Step 7a. Quicktime: Place these into the HFEXPERT\CODECS folder.
qtmlClient.dll QuickTime.qts QuickTimeEssentials.qtx QuickTimeInternetExtras.qtx
Step 7b. Google for QuickTime.ax and place that into the HFEXPERT\CODECS folder.
Step 8a. Realplayer: Place these into the HFEXPERT\CODECS folder.
FYI, one of the files could be from an older version - that's all right):
atrc3260.dll cook3260.dll drv13260.dll drv23260.dll drv33260.dll drv43260.dll pncrt.dll sipr3260.dll tokr3260.dll
Step 8b. Google for RealMediaSplitter.ax and place that into the HFEXPERT\CODECS folder.
Step 9. Download and place HFSLIPCD.INF into the HFEXPERT\CODECS folder. Refer to bottom of message for download link.
Step 10. If you want to remove Windows Media Player and go with Windows Media Classic:
a. Put my OPTIONALLY place my modified mplayer2.in_ file into your FIX folder (see end of message for download). You need to rename the file for your OS.
b. Create a folder inside HFEXPERT called APPREPLACEMENT. Place mplayerc.exe (Media Player Classic executable) inside it. Rename it to mplayer2.exe.
Step 11. Run HFSLIP and install using the SOURCESS folder.
Step 12. If you want to run NLITE:
a. Add in a files to keep and files to remove section in your NLITE settings. Refer to the end of this posting for what to keep and what not to keep.
b. Do NOT remove the "SOUND DRIVERS" or "Windows Media Player 6.4" when running NLITE.
c. Here's the NLITE KeepFiles and RemoveFiles:
[KeepFiles] bdaplgin.ax kstvtune.ax ksxbar.ax kswdmcap.ax l3codecx.ax msdvbnp.ax msyuv.dll psisrndr.ax vbisurf.ax wstdecod.dll psisdecd.dll dxntunp.inf dxver.inf diactfrm.inf dpvoice.inf dmusic.inf dsound.inf dinput.inf ksreg.inf dplay.inf dxdllreg.inf dxbda.inf bda.inf kscaptur.inf mpe.inf ndisip.inf nabtsfec.inf slip.inf streamip.inf ccdecode.inf wstcodec.inf bdasup.sys ccdecode.sys ks.sys ksolay.sys ksproxy.sys kstvtune.sys ksuser.sys kswdmcap.ax ksxbar.ax mpe.sys msdv.sys mskssrv.sys msyuv.dll nabtsfec.sys pid.dll slip.sys stream.sys swenum.sys wmasf.dll wmpasf.dll wmidx.dll msaud32.acm drmv2clt.dll wmadmoe.dll wmsdmod.dll wmsdmoe2.dll wmspdmod.dll wmspdmoe.dll wmadmod.dll dxmasf.dll msdxm.dll sl_anet.acm strmdll.dll drmclien.dll wmpdxm.dll wmploc.dll wmpsrcwp.dll wmnetmgr.dll wmp.dll qasf.dll wmvcore.dll wmvdmod.dll wmvadvd.dll l3codecp.acm mp43dmod.dll mp4sdmod.dll mpg4dmod.dll [RemoveFiles] npds.zip
Any questions, comments or suggestions appreciated. Thanks to TAiN for his codec pack.
This post has been edited by TAiN: 16 June 2007 - 03:57 PM
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