Where to get Codec Linux 2011

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Hello TechyV users,

Some days ago I transferred from windows to Linux.

But I am facing some big problems.

Like I had to narrow down my software list which I could use in windows OS.

Moreover I do not have sufficient codecs in its media player.

Could you please give me a link for codec Linux 2011

Best Answer by Drake Vivian
Answered By 80 points N/A #174841

Where to get Codec Linux 2011


Greetings Michael S Fischer,

The best codec pack available in my opinion is K-Lite Codec Pack. I was happy to find one for Linux.

I'm using them myself on my Windows 7.

You can download the codec pack on this link.

Just scroll down the page and click download. Save and install.

Hopefully you will get all codecs you need,


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Answered By 0 points N/A #174842

Where to get Codec Linux 2011

Hi there Michael S Fischer,
You've noticed right – the available software list is a bit smaller than for other operating systems, but the advantage is that most of the Linux software are free.
Codec are something that is coming with most of the popular players, so you can either visit the application center to download and install your favorite media player, or you can install codec only.
My favorite codec pack is the one from the MPlayer. It is, in my experience one of the most complete bunch of codec and they work out of the box. Just visit their download section and download the codec pack, extract and install.
Best regards,
Drake Vivian


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