The software is "freeware" and is supported on Windows 2003, XP and Vista.
"With Vista Codec Package installed, you won't need to install any other codec or filter. Many user suggested default settings are implemented. It does not contain a media player. It does not associates filetypes. With this package installed you will be able to use any media player (limited only by the players capabilities) to play DVD's, movies and video clips of any format. Streaming video (real and quicktime) is supported in web browsers. Visit the homepage to get a 64bitAddon which enables xvid, divx and DVD playback in Vista's MediaCenter.
Do you want to watch your favorite video in MediaCenter? These components are tested on Vista Ultimate x64. This release is fully compatible with the 32bit codecs installed by the Vista Codec Package. t is fully uninstallable through the Windows interface. This release will not install on a x86 systems."
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Vista Codec Package x64Components 1.0.3
Having helped my share of computer users remove fake codecs from their computers, I am making a point of keeping track of Vista Codec Package x64Components 1.0.3. The publisher's description: