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Best Video Codec Pack? BVCP

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Ive been using K-lite for a while, also tried CCCP i think is the name. Was wondering what is the best video+audio*** codec pack for 64 bit win7 out there? Also a fan of MPC.
 
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I've tried both, K-lite & CCCP, with 64bit win7ultimate to play a lot of hd movies (.mkv, .avi, .mp4) with KMP. I'm not an expert but for me they're almost the same. I think perhaps CCCP is better because doesn't have so many strange codecs included.-
 
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CCCP, definitely.
 
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None. Use Media Player Classic - Home Cinema and that's it. It has the codecs built in. All you'll ever need.

But if you really must, FFdShow from Free Codecs webpage. Or DivX + AC3 Filter. Nothing else.
 
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