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Ultimate Windows Vista Codec Pack To Play All Media Files In One Player

Too many software installed is one of the many reasons that cause Windows Vista or Windows XP running slower over the time.

For example, you might have installed most of these well-known media players – Apple QuickTime player, Real Media Player, Flash Player, WinDVD, PowerDVD, MediaMonkey, etc – in order to play many different multimedia file formats in the digital age.

In fact, all you need is just the codecs of respective media file formats instead of installing too many front-end interfaces – the media players!
Storm Codec 2007 is one of few ultimate codec pack available as freeware. Since the codec pack made available in 2003, Storm Codec 2007 supports a total of 189 media file formats.

By installing Storm Codec 2007 in Windows Vista or Windows XP, you can play most, if not all, of the media file formats in one media player, either with the Windows Media Player 11 (WMP 11) that comes with Windows Vista / Windows XP, or the Media Player Classic that bundled with Storm Codec 2007! Best of all, it’s a freeware and compatible with Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Windows 2000.

By installing Storm Codec 2007, you can play most, if not all, of the media file formats in one media player, either with the Windows Media Player 11 (WMP 11) that comes with Windows Vista / Windows XP, or the Media Player Classic that bundled with Storm Codec 2007!

Best of all, it’s a freeware and compatible with Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Windows 2000.
The most latest Storm Codec 2.0 released on April 2007 has extended the list of codecs to support a total of 219 media file formats – QuickTime media (AMR, MOV, QT, etc), Read Media (RM, RA, RAM, RMVB, etc), AVI, MP4, MP3, OGG, 3GP, 3GPP, 3G2, 3GP2, DAT, MPG, VOB, MPE, AC3, DTS, MPA, WMV, WMA, ASF, APE, SWF, FLV, AAC, CDA, MIDI, Multimedia streaming protocol (MMS, RTSP, PNM), and many more common or infrequent media file formats found in today digital age.

However, I couldn’t have found the English version of Storm Codec 2.0 from its official site.

Storm Codec 2007 is also capable to normalize volume of each media files playing or further amplify the volume of low audio quality. Other than packaging hundred over codecs in one place, Storm Codec 2007 is also bundle some of these optional software
  1. Gabest’s Media Player Classic version 6.4.9.0 – GNU freeware that support direct movie screen capture and save it as Bitmap or JPEG format
  2. Gspot version 2.60 RC1 of Steve G, that used to list out all video / audio codecs installed and to report the missing codecs for a media file format
  3. Google Toolbar, which allow optional installation
  4. PPStream Player, which also allow optional installation, is a Chinese-ware that used to streaming and playing P2P video broadcasting from PPStream.com

Tips of installing English version only of Storm Codec 2007

Other than double-click installation of Storm Codec 2007 (baofeng.exe), you may also type baofeng /1033 in Command Prompt to install English version only of Storm Codec 2007 without prompting the language version dialog box.


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  9. yen yi 02-07-08@15:03

    i installed storm codec on my windows vista ultimate, and found that the proper icon package did nt associated with my media file, meaning i cant differentiate the media type by jus lookin at the icon since all media files r using d same icon.
    i do nt hv this prob when usin windows xp.
    pls help

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  12. Carpenter1 19-01-10@10:08

    I need it to play MKV and also blueray , is this going to work for those 2 issues?

  13. Walker 20-01-10@01:56

    I don’t have blueray to try but MKV certainly yes.

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