K-Lite Codec Pack Standard 10.0.5

The K-Lite Codec Pack is a collection of DirectShow filters, VFW/ACM codecs, and tools. Codecs and DirectShow filters are needed for encoding and decoding audio and video formats. The K-Lite Codec Pack is designed as a user-friendly solution for playing all your audio and movie files. With the K-Lite Codec Pack you should be able to play all the popular audio and video formats and even several less common formats.

K-Lite Codec Pack standard variant contains everything you need to play all the common video file formats. It contains Media Player Classic, which is an excellent player for video files. It also has (better) support for playback of DVDs. This pack is recommended for the average user.

There are a lot of good codec packs out there, but a lot contain illegal codecs. K-Lite Codec Pack (Standard) contains nothing but legal and clean codecs. Here you can find a list of all components that are included in the pack.

What's new in this version:

  • Updated MPC-HC to version 1.7.0.7805
  • Updated LAV Filters to version 0.58.2-66-gcb5f573
  • Updated Codec Tweak Tool to version 5.7.2
  • Updated GraphStudioNext to version 0.6.1.268

Download: K-Lite Codec Pack Standard 10.0.5 | 16.4 MB (Freeware)
View: K-Lite Codec Pack Website

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I don't see the point of codec packs anymore. MPCHC, Avidemux, Audacity, etc all come with the required codecs bundled with the software.

If the decoders and stuff provided by codec packs are accessible to other applications in the system (DirectX filters, VFW, etc.) I think some people may still find them useful.

For example I have friends who prefer to use Windows Media Player instead of MPC-HC or VLC, things like this allows them to demux and decode MKV containers and the like using that player.

LaP said,
I don't see the point of codec packs anymore. MPCHC, Avidemux, Audacity, etc all come with the required codecs bundled with the software.

Codec packs aren't completely useless. They still have there uses.

LaP said,
I don't see the point of codec packs anymore. MPCHC, Avidemux, Audacity, etc all come with the required codecs bundled with the software.

Actually I prefer simply using WMP that comes with Windows 8 as well so codec packs are very useful to me. I don't like installing third party media players as my needs don't go beyond listening to music and watching videos which WMP handles just fine.