Updating windows media player codecs

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So far I found two of them that meets my requirement and work just fine on Windows 8.

You’ll see some sort of advertisement, pop-up window, or full-page ad trying to get you to download some kind of malware disgused as a codec, video player, or software update.

If only some of the movies you're playing do not get sound, it's likely you have a codec issue. However, the proper codec needs to be installed for the Media Player to read the movie.

Essentially, they both need to speak the same "language" so they may communicate.

Allow use of the PDVD12 decoders for 32bit Live TV 6.

Supports the use of Xbox360 as Extenders to playback MKV files 7.

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