Gom Player 220.127.116.1162
on 12 September 2009 , reviewed by: ikeda
I thought this one worked well on my PC before. But it works not very good after I installed the updating version.... Maybe it causes problems to old Windows OSes?
Why do they do this to me?
on 09 September 2009 , reviewed by: good
really good codec pack, no issues and played all files now with sound
AC3 Filter 1.63b
on 09 September 2009 , reviewed by: A L M
Thank you, the software returned the sound and speech instantly.
3GP Player 2008
on 07 September 2009 , reviewed by: Vadim
It is bad wrapper (with advertising bar) for FREE mplaeyr! Mplayer can play 3gp files without "3GP Player 2008". Authors of subj want to receive money using free soft.
XP Codec Pack 2.5.0
on 04 September 2009 , reviewed by: LB
Thank you! Thank you! THANK YOU!!!
I have been using a different codec for years, and have had to re-upload it for one half of any given series, only for it to not work on the other.
This time, I ended up downloading a series, deleating it, and then downloading it again, FIVE TIMES, just for it to still not work.
But with this product, all my episodes' sound comes through beautifully.
I believe I said it before, but ...
THANK YOU SOOOOO MUCH!!!
on 25 August 2009 , reviewed by: Damian
Does what is says! I use it to slow down parts of a song (for learning or transcribing) without affecting pitch (gets a little muddy, but better than anything else I've used).
I'm sure it has other features, but this is the only one I've used it for.
Interface works, could be laid out a little more logically, but overall I still give it a rating of excellent.
Splash beta 5
on 24 August 2009 , reviewed by: bolt
Just installed Splash to give it a try. Currently i'm using MPC-HC with EVR for GPU and ffdshow for software video decoding. Wanted to see if this software can play some of the streams that MPC-HC has huge problems with (poor quality of AVCHD from camcorders, not using GPU on Apple movie trailes on my nVidia GTX etc.).
I must say that I was impressed. First of all I was suprised how fast Splash opens video streams comparing to other players (2-5x times faster). Next, AVCHD playack - very smooth motion with high quality deinterlacing. Apple trailers are being decoded on GPU (so yes it can be done).
Finally just wanted to check if they really have their own AVC codec and compared CPU load with ffdshow. Most of the time Splash seemed to consume less CPU power (Apple trailers for example). It also can decode AVCHD high quality content in great quality on my 2.16Ghz C2D in software.
Because this software is still in beta (and has some bugs) i'm going to stick to MPC-HC for everyday usage. But if you are looking for a good AVCHD player and GPU support for video decode and have problems enabling it using other players than you might give it a try as it is free.
Windows Media Player 11.0.5721.5145
on 22 August 2009 , reviewed by: Leis
the AC3 filter was just what I needed. thanks for your help...phew!!!!!!!!! :-)
Vista Codec Package 5.3.8
on 22 August 2009 , reviewed by: Mazabuka
How do you un-install this heap of mickey-mouse crap?
on 21 August 2009 , reviewed by: Anon
0.46 is my choice burner. Brill with not even the one coaster.
However, 0.50 update nigh on effed my drive.
I normally write at 6x. No matter it tries to write at 22x and all hell lets loose. The DVD Disk option is a non-worker.
4 coasters later I gave up with 0.50
I run XP on a stable system with 15 years PC experience. LG Writer.
I'll stick to 0.46. Which is FAB as Hell
( 3 people like it)