FFDShow 1.3.4534

4.02 from 161 Reviews

FFDShow (or FFDShow Video Decoder) is a powerful "codec pack" that enhances your multimedia experience by providing support for a wide range of audio and video formats.

With FFDShow, you can say goodbye to compatibility issues and enjoy hassle-free playback of popular file types like AVI, MKV, MP4, and more.

Whether you're streaming content online or playing files from your local library, ffdshow ensures that you can watch without interruptions or glitches.

One of the standout features of ffdshow is its ability to enhance video quality.

With advanced post-processing options, including sharpening, noise reduction, and color correction, FFDShow allows you to customize your viewing experience to suit your preferences. Whether you're watching a classic film or the latest blockbuster, ffdshow ensures that every frame looks its best.

FFDShow also comes with support for a wide range of audio formats, including MP3, AAC, AC3, and DTS.

This means that you can enjoy high-quality sound whether you're listening to music, watching a movie, or playing a video game.

Installing FFDShow is quick and easy, and once installed, it works seamlessly in the background, ensuring that you can enjoy your multimedia content without any hassle.

Best of all, FFDShow is completely free to download and use, making it a must-have for any computer user who wants to get the most out of their multimedia experience.
Reviews & Comments
FFDShow MPEG-4 Video Decoder 2013-03-12
on 15 April 2013
When streaming after few days audio is DEsyncronised.
Solution is back to codec from 2011y or 2012y.
FFDShow MPEG-4 Video Decoder 2012-12-13
on 28 December 2012
Good Codec Package, But some codecs doesn't work well... Like AAC :/
FFDShow MPEG-4 Video Decoder 2011-07-25
on 27 July 2011
@Al Jung:
The encoders were removed, last version to have them seems to be around rev. 3670. Reasons were outdated, buggy and inferior encoders; you should use standalone encoders (x264vfw or x264 for h264 encodings, standalone XviD for xvids..).
More about the issue at doom9: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=120465