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What player do you use? I have no codec packs installed, just MPC-HC and works fine.
To answer your last questions:
...can you please explain in simple terms what is a splitter for anyway? to split audio and video? but why? and how to use it? please fill me in
Windows doesn't know, for example, an MKV file is an A/V file. An MKV reader gives Windows the ability to recognize that MKV is an A/V file type and read from them. A Splitter is used to split the audio and video (possibly other streams like subtitles, etc.) into separate streams. Sometimes the reader and splitter are included in one filter. Then you need decoders (codecs) to decompress those streams. Finally you need audio and video renderers, the filters that actually send the decompressed audio to the sound card, and the decompressed video to the graphics card. Read more here.
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