Now Get The K-Lite Codec Basic, Full, Standard, Mega And Corporate Pack Absolutely Free
K-Lite codec is one of the most useful thing for all you music and video lovers. This application is a set of codec’s that allow you to play almost format of videos with your Windows MediaPlayer.
Now you can download the K-Lite codec for free and the best thing is that it comes in different packs. You can choose the pack as per your own convenience and explore and enjoy your videos. The different packs of K-Lite that are available are Basic, Full, Standard, Mega and Corporate Pack.
These packs differ with respect to the decoders they contain. It varies from simple ones to the more complex and comprehensive ones. Every pack has its own features and some of these are discussed below:
The K-Lite codec basic pack is best for those who play videos just for the purpose of entertainment. This pack supports formats like AVI, MP4, MKV, MOV, MPEG, TS, OGG, OMG, and M2TS.
The standard pack is more enriched in terms of features. It comes along with the Classic Media Player from Windows. This pack provides the MPEG decoder for DVD files and also provides better support for them. It is most appropriate for users who watch videos for a bit more than entertainment.
The Mega and the Corporate Pack are for more extensive users. It has the ACM/VFM codecs and playbacks legacy video and audio formats. The Mega Pack is more powerful than others and the most powerful among other codecs available. It provides alternatives for Real Player.
Many Windows (XP, 2000, NT, 2003, and even Vista) users are faced with the common problem of there being no sound and audio coming through from the system. Most beginner-level users do not know how to deal with this problem and have to end up paying a lot of money to advanced computer professionals for a job that actually can be done in a matter of minutes by anyone who has the right guidance.
First, you have to know that this problem is most likely caused by a disorganized registry resulting from third-party softwares that often result in corrupt or missing codecs – a component necessary to decode and decompress media files so that Windows can play them for you.
The symptoms of this problem are simple – there is no sound at all! You can’t hear anything right from a mouse click to Windows startup tone to songs to flash media on the internet – although the video playbacks are working fine. If you have a no-sound issue with only Flash objects then try to fix the Flash sound registry file as shown here. In other cases, all you have to do is follow the steps below.
· Download and install K-Lite Codec Pack version 3.3.0. If you don’t need the features of the pack as such, deselect all components except Codec Tweak Tool under the Tools section.
· After installed, click on Start button, then go to All Programs -> K-Lite Codec Pack -> Configuration -> Codec Tweak Tool.
· In the Codec Tweak Tool window, tick the check box next to [Registry] Fix non-working system sound.
· Click on Next button, and your Windows no sound problem should be fixed, and working as usual.
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