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mad_mattx

[RELEASE] XP Codec Pack 1.3.0

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Information: info

Version: 1.3.0

Size: 5.58 MB (5,851,208 bytes)

Main: download

Alternate: download

MD5: 310725F671748E0B905000138D04103A

Can someone confirm this works for anyone else apart for me please

Thanks

Edited by mad_mattx

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Will this auto install and then play DVD's out of the box, but not be the default player? So it could play all those formats but mostly in Windows Media Player, not the built in player which is optional?

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Shame, seems a bit pointless having to just turn a harmless feature on, just turn it on by default. Wonder if the dev might respond to a request along those lines...?

Also, will it install as the default player? All I really want is a nice collection of codecs and such like this so the computer will play most formats, real player, quicktime, dvd's out of the box, but would rather have WMP deal with all, or at least the marority of media.

Edited by diddykong

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I have installed it but have not tried it all out, you'll have to read up on how to make it a default player as I still have both WMP and Clasic (which is in the codec pack).

I did not make it, I just repackaged for use with nlite

Best to check the info link at the top.

I'm also not sure on the codecs it actualy installs (the web site don't say much), I don't know if you still need to install real player or quicktime.

Matt

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