Best Video player ever! never need any codecs ever. again

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Just go here and download it and watch any kind of movie and you never have download any kind of codecs ever again

Download VideoLAN VLC Media Player: reply

VideoLan is a very good player indeed, but I’d have to correct you on the “never need any codecs ever again” part.
You still need the correct codec installed on your system for VideoLan to play the file. I could send you files encoded in exotic codecs like VP6 or SP54 and VideoLan wouldn’t be able to play them (without installing the codecs first). reply


I get this code every time I play windows player 10. The is C00D109B code comes up on the player.
I have My Music Inc. with Limewire 4.8.1 to play movies and music to be copy.
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no man its good but other then the original divx player all my stuff come out with color all out of place where a person moves and then they move again but you can still see the part of them in the other part of the screen reply



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i have the same problem i try to listen to music or video on windows media player 10 but i need a codec called C00D109B

Thank you reply


no the best media player ever can be found here:

best picture
best performance
best features
never crashed once on my machine!

enjoy this professional product, I have and never looked back reply


I’m trying to watch a series I have that I watched before my latest format. And now, it no longer plays: I tried with Windows Media Player, DivX Player and ATI Movie Player. All three of them start the movie fine, but with buggy sound. And after a few seconds, the whole software crashes.

Yesterday, I tried playing it with VLC Player and video plays fine, but without sound at all (and it doesn’t crash) and I get this error: “main error: no suitable decoder module for fourcc `undf'.
VLC probably does not support this sound or video format."

Also, when trying to check it’s codecs with AVIcodec, it finds the video codec ( Video : 216 MB, 1240 Kbps, 23.976 fps, 640*480 (4:3), WMV3 = Windows Media Video 9, Supported)
but for the audio codec, I get this: ( Audio : 22 MB, 129 Kbps, 48000 Hz, 2 channels, 0xFF = Unknown, Not checked)

So it can’t even find which audio codec it has... yet it played fine last year, when I downloaded them

help? reply


I was alil skepticle at first since I tried everything to get most of my samurai champloo eps to work but VLC is a really badass player that actually made a difference.

My best to the VLC team. reply


i use real player with lime wire...everytime i play an avi file it comes out but in a green screen then it says error content not supported by real player then the content is “colo." please can any1 help me..ive been searching for months now...please help me..

thanx reply


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hey guys...

no doubt vlc player is gud but not d best....try using mplayer(available both 4r windows n linux)... reply

i keep getting Error Code: 14 - C00D109B
Sorry, media playback failed.

when i try to play music and video’s i dont know what to do reply


it rubish yeah downloading musics easy but movies all i keep geting is “codec not found” or “you do not have one or more of the nessasery codec” can any one tell me what the hell is wrong with it. reply


need to download divx or xvid and ac3filter that should fix it to work in media player I have also found a good Media player it called instant media..its free just go to google and do a search..Good luck reply


Mind I ask, what is the best video player for a lowly specced PC? Somewhere in the range of 800 Mhz C3 Samuel proc?

I’m getting 100% cpu cycle watching AVI/DVD/Divx...

thanks! reply


I think that Free AVS DVD Player is much better.

It’s a free product, that worth to be commercial. reply


What about GOM player.
Its the very best reply


cyberlink powerdvd 7!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! better than vlc reply


BEst video player is KMPLAYER without any doubt.

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