Works OK with win7 64bit.
For those with problems, right click on your flac file >select open with Windows Media Player. Check box always use the selected program.
You get a warning that WMP cannot regonize that file. Ignore that and check the box not to warn you again. Play file in WMP.
After the first song, it will regonise your flac files, and you can drag them in the playlist.
Hope this help
The codec works fine and my card is able to decode H.264, DXVA only doesn't work when I use my monitor's native resolution of 2048x1152. If I set it to 1920x1080 it works fine however the image isn't as sharp outside of MPC so I have to switch the res back and forth.
I think this is a problem with this specific card at this resolution, so I don't know if the FFDshow coders can do anything about it :/
It works great at 1920x1080 though, really takes the stress off my CPU.
There is a silent switch for FFDShow; since it is an INNO installer, it uses
I've got the same problem like you. My Gom player can open the MKV video yet there is no sound.
It seems that the gom player cant play ripped/ compressed version of MKV properly.
I have another non-ripped/compressed MKV files and it just plays perfectly using gomplayer.
I wonder why gom couldnt play compressed MKV smoothly.
*Instead you can use Media Player Classic to open this so-called compressed MKV and it works perfectly for me with the sound on. cheers
Excellent codec, however DXVA doesn't work with my ATI HD3650 when my resolution is set to 2048x1152 (my Samsung's native resolution). If this could be fixed in the next release I'd be very appreciative :)
I think this is a problem with ATI cards + 2048x1152 resolution.
excelente bo! ;) me solucionů para 3 series distintas con 3 problemas distintos de codecs
You probably haven't set the correct speaker configuration. You can configure it with the Codec Tweak Tool, or during installation.
Hi, people. It solved some of my problem, but created another. I use MPC (or here I used MPC home cinema) and the player doesn't see multiple audio tracks. Only the first one. What should I tweak for the mpc to start seeing and switching between multiple audio tracks in mpeg2 files (vobs)? My previous MPC had this capability, but I uninstalled everything, when installing this new k-lite codec
For me it's perfect. I have used k-lite codec pack since 2009 and already recommended to my friends many times. The problem is some file types can't be displayed with an icon. Just like the .MKV (Matroska) format, It uses the generic picture of WMP.
V.2.51: Otherwise excellent, but messes up tags like to include whole subtitle entry, not just a word or a line.