VLC Media Player and K-Lite Codecs. A Must Have For Any PC System!


VLC media player (commonly known as VLC) is a portable, free and open-source, cross-platform media player and streaming media server written by the VideoLAN project. VLC is available for desktop operating systems and mobile platforms, such as Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone, Android, Tizen, iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. VLC is also available on App stores such as Apple’s App Store, Google Play store and Microsoft Windows Windows Store.

VLC media player supports many audio and video compression methods and file formats, including DVD-Video, video CD and streaming protocols. It is able to stream media over computer networks and to transcode multimedia files.[10]

The default distribution of VLC includes a large number of free decoding and encoding libraries, avoiding the need for finding/calibrating proprietary plugins. The libavcodec library from the FFmpeg project provides many of VLC’s codecs, but the player mainly[citation needed] uses its own muxers, and demuxers. It also has its own protocol implementations. It also gained distinction as the first player to support playback of encrypted DVDs on Linux and macOS by using the libdvdcss DVD decryption library.

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  1. Garegh62 22 June, 2020 at 15:30 Reply

    I don't know how pertinent K-Lite is 2.5 years after you posted this video, but I totally concur with you regarding VLC. My biggest issue is when I transfer video files to an external USB drive, sometimes my Sony Blu-Ray player is displays an "unsupported audio format" and it will only play on my pc. I need to figure out what the problem is there. It happens on 1080p files much more often/almost exclusively. A year ago I was reading up on something and reformatted a file with a free piece of software and changed the audio on it, but it took forever on larger files. Any suggestions?

  2. Johnny Nelson 22 June, 2020 at 15:30 Reply

    K-Lite Codecs comes with "Media Player Classic". Searching for K-Lite won't return anything. Just look up MPC or Media Player Classic. That's the player that K-Lite installs.

  3. Chris Chiesa 22 June, 2020 at 15:30 Reply

    I've been killing myself for upwards of 15 years, trying to make any two platforms or players cooperate as regards shooting-editing-playing video. I shoot a video on my Android phone, then can't find a video editor that's capable of opening, or willing to edit, the resulting .mp4 files. VLC will play them, and convert them to all kinds of things — but not to anything that any other tool will open. Right now I'm trying to find the magic combination of settings to produce something VirtualDub will open and edit — and if I can succeed at that*, I expect to have to fight to make something out of *that*, that anything *else will be able to play. I have the K-Lite Codec Pack but have no idea how I'm supposed to use it. I see no obvious proof that VLC (or anything else) actually uses it. It comes with a bunch of configuration GUIs and "tools," about which I know, nor can tell, nothing at all*. What do *they do, and how do I use them? For the last couple decades I've been feeling like the little poor boy at Christmas, standing outside the toy store window but unable to have anything I see inside…

  4. skmartausa 22 June, 2020 at 15:30 Reply

    I have windows 10. I downloaded vlc player plus k lite codecs mega pack and it's still not working. It is opening just voice files not videos

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