These tools enable you to play various data formats; at the same time, we all have installed at least once various applications which add new filters to the system.
In some cases, this may lead to incompatibilities and errors.
MFT stands for Media Foundation Transform and refers to generic models for processing media data.
MFTs are intermediaries between the media source and the media sink: decoders, encoders and digital signal processors.
What this application does is listing Direct Show Filters (DSF) and Media Foundation Transform items (MFTs) in its main windows and providing details about each multimedia tool (path, file version, product name, company, description, attribute and so on). Users can register or unregister these files and keep their system clean and functional.
DSF/MFT Viewer works on both 32 and 64-bit operating systems. The application is portable, which means you don’t have to install it and modify your Windows registry. You can keep DSF/MFT Viewer on an USB Flash drive as well and run it on any computer where you have been permitted access.
Other advantages you will enjoy are the low amount of system resources DSF/MFT Viewer needs and the fast response time.
DSF/MFT Viewer is available in three versions: 32: DSF/MFT, for 32-bit applications; 64: DSF/MFT, for 64-bit applications and 3264: DSF/MFT, for both 32-bit and 64-bit applications.
DSF/MFT Viewer is recommended to advanced users, who understand how multimedia tools work, as it provides a professional method of fine-tuning your system and eliminating DirectShow tools conflicts.
Computers running Windows use DirectShow, a multimedia framework providing various default filters.