When dealing with codecs, more does not equal better.
Having the least amount on your system is the best configuration.
This is exactly what the Vista Codec Package does for you.
You will no longer be restricted to using a specific player.
Windows MediaPlayer and Vista MediaCenter will be able to play all your files.
The purpose of these development builds is to stay progressive.
To the best of my knowledge, these builds are stable. I test them before I post them.
Vista Codec Package 4.4.7 changelog:
- detect and remove 23 conflicting codec packages
- improve FLV support
- Update DC-Bass Source 1.1.0
- Fix MPEG buffering (streaming content)
- change MP3 decoding to DMO in Vista
- change MP3 decoding to DC-Bass (as required) in XP
- separate filetype icons from thumbnail creation
- add support for MusePack audio
- Update FFDshow to v1324
- remove unused filters
- update DC-Bass components to v1.10