wee eddie 08:17 29 Jun 05

This has been recommended to me.

Any comments before I load it.

  wee eddie 10:02 29 Jun 05

Google brings up no Comments on it.

  leo49 16:18 29 Jun 05

Not a lot to say about it - it's a compendium codec pack comprising K-Lite Codec Pack Full, QuickTime Alternative, and Real Alternative. It also includes some extra features: BSplayer and ffdshow.

Personally I use K-Lite Mega Codec Pack 1.33.

They'll both play even the most exotic formats.

  wee eddie 16:56 29 Jun 05

Could you give me some idea of what you mean.

Codec's are a new world for me.

  leo49 20:23 29 Jun 05

1.33 is just the latest version - these things are updated pretty regularly although the changes are usually very minor.I happen to have 1.33 as I revamped this PC last week and did a fresh XP installation.

You probably know that all codecs do is make it possible for whatever media player you use to play varying formats of audio/video files.Very much an 'install once and forget about' background kind of software.

  ashdav 20:44 29 Jun 05

for others who are interested click here

  wee eddie 06:07 30 Jun 05

Something about "HTTP Apache Redundant Slashes DoS".

So until told otherwise I will give it a miss.

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