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    Lightbulb Installs all codecs you need for CF! (i think)

    I use K-Lite Mega Codec Pack 1.38. Link to Official site: http://www.codecguide.com/

    Whith this codec pack you can play all files! Including Real and Quicktime!
    There are some installation options that must be right.

    Start the installation of K-Lite Mega Codec Pack.
    If you only need Playback support. Use Profile 2: Playback only
    Now you need to select some codecs that arnt selected by the installer.
    Select/Add:
    Indeo (this will add checkmark to Ligos Indeo 5.2, Intel Indeo 4.5, Intle Indeo 3.2)
    Scroll down and select:
    Cyberlink DVD decoder
    select also:
    MPEG-2 (click on Ligos on both Demuxer and Decoder)

    I just saw there was an Boost AC3 volume option on AC3 filter havnt tried it maybe you want to use it too.

    Now you can continue with the installer.
    Hopefully you can play all media files in CF now. Including QT and Real! MPEG-2, DVD etc.

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    Seriously, do you really nead all that crap !?
    http://www.codecguide.com/features_kl.htm


    Yes, boosting AC3 is a good thing as ithe volume generally is very low... I've set it to 10 default.

    /M

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    people encode stuff in all different way so its nice to have
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    So you're about to rip DVD's and encode videos in CF ?

    /M

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    All audio codecs are already included in Centrafuse, built in... All you need to play just about everything is install an Mpeg2 decoder, DVD software, which I will also be including soon... Then AC3Filter and FFDShow...

    that should do... codec packs are generally a bad thing and mess up the system...

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    Oh. ok. I will uninstall my codec pack and try your sugestion.
    Will I be able to play Quicktime and Real files too?

    I think i will use the codecpack and only install those MPEG, DVD, AC3 etc..

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    Arrow Stand alone codecs

    Quote Originally Posted by TRONiC
    Oh. ok. I will uninstall my codec pack and try your sugestion.
    Will I be able to play Quicktime and Real files too?

    I think i will use the codecpack and only install those MPEG, DVD, AC3 etc..
    Actually, there are some stand alone codecs for both Real files and Quicktime files as well. You can Google for them, there are plenty of places to get them from. I my self will never use a codec pack again. I used K-Lite once and had no idea that it would mess my system that bad. When watching DVDs, video and sound were all out of synch, as well as some other jerky effects on most video playback. Really best ot just get the codecs you need individually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veetid
    All audio codecs are already included in Centrafuse, built in... All you need to play just about everything is install an Mpeg2 decoder, DVD software, which I will also be including soon... Then AC3Filter and FFDShow...

    that should do... codec packs are generally a bad thing and mess up the system...

    david
    Codecs to tend to mess up the system I agree.

    I just use the DIVX codec and AC3 that does about everything. It's handy to have the software 'G-Spot' this will tell you what codec are needed for movies you can't play !

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRONiC
    Will I be able to play Quicktime and Real files too?
    No, for that you'll nead either the full blown versions of RM/QT players, or better yet, Real Alternative and QT Alternative.

    /M

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    That pack sucked, I installed it on my itx m6000 and it ran like a slideshow. I spent hours trying to tweak it. Finally I uninstalled it and just did ffdshow and media player by them selves. Now I can watch smooth video.

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