K-Lite Codec Pack Standard 9.6.5

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.

What's new in this version:

  • Media Player Classic: HomeCinema updated to version 1.6.6.6391
  • ffdshow updated to version 1.2.4497
  • LAV Filters updated to version 0.54.1-61-g6d05724
  • madVR updated to version 0.85.4
  • Codec Tweak Tool updated to version 5.5.0

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.

Download: K-Lite Codec Pack Standard 9.6.5 | 13.5 MB (Freeware)
View: K-Lite Codec Pack Website

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insanelyapple said,
Anyone else thinks that they really need an updater?

Doubt they can do that because it's not just one codec, they add/remove codecs and change settings all the time. Maybe in the future if LAV (a next-gen ffdshow replacement) will become the only codec required it would be feasible.

Some codecs aren't free and require licensing, royalties, etc. Others will decrypt protected media or get around regional locks. Stuff like that which tends to get copyright lawyers and people who overuse the word 'draconian' excited. Don't think anyone's ever had their door kicked down over them though. Distributors maybe.

you don't go to jail for them.... it just means someone took the codecs and repackaged them without paying royalties to use them

francescob said,

Then why is my execution still planned for tomorrow?


They know what you did last summer with older codecs.