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VLC codec packs exit for certain video formats that cannot be played by VLC. It's true that VLC does not play everything, for instance the proprietary Indeo codecs and certain Blu-ray videos. But if that is your ultimate motive to get a VLC codec pack, we suggest otherwise.
Free VLC codec pack download alternative -5KPlayer is simply the best and safest choice that we suggest you to try. It plays Blu-ray videos, supports subtitles and plays MKV files without hitch.
Here will show you how to use 5KPlayer instead of downloading VLC codec pack as an example to play MKV files.
Step 1. Download and launch VLC MKV Codec pack alternative 5PKlayer with fascinating user-friendly interface, simple and elegant.
Step 2. Load the MKV file and your MKV file will start playing in a sec.
Note: You can either click the video button on the UI to browse for a MKV file or directly drag'n drop a MKV file onto the 5KPlayer interface, you can also do some adjustment you like, changing the aspect ratio, alter audio tracks, etc.
To sum up, VLC codec pack is not 100% necessary and we highly suggest you to try safe and trustworthy media player alternatives that work smoothly on your computer before download VLC codecs. In that way, you can get to know more functions and breakthroughs of new technologies outside of VLC, like AirPlay utilization, and FUHD (8K) video playback.
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