k-lite — pirated software?


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Are there any of the modifications, which is not exactly a pirate? Where can I read about it?
Interested in using on the office computer.
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mpc hc, kmplayer, daumpotplayer, vlc, (s)mplayer — all freeware and/or opensorse. built-in codecs to play almost everything that is possible.
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Earlier codecguide.com lay corporate edition, based on FFMPEGе, not now, unfortunately.
And Yes, K-Lite — pirate, maybe not now but before when installing it in QuickTime Pro was registered the key as it suggests.
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If you K-Lite is only needed for watching films, it is possible to do without it. Now that MPC HC, MPlayer chew all and not choke. By the way, the known solutions for video, too, mostly go with embedded solutions for the (de)coding the video.
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TL;DR Codec packs are not needed.
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Alternatively, can you recommend a VLC — never been that he lacked codecs. And codecs it's all set.
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VLC all is good, no doubt, but recently came across a couple of files in vp7 and he first couldn't anything open.
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what makes you think that he is a pirate? It's just high-quality selection of public programs/codecs under a common installer.
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