i am using windows 7 home premium. in my windows media player i want codecs that can play all kinds of video formats like flv and all... where i can get these codecs.. is these codecs are recommended by microsoft....?
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Microsoft does not created any codecs for Windows Media Player separately.
There are hundreds of audio and video codecs in use today. Codecs have been created by other companies, organizations, or individuals. By default, the
Windows operating system and the Player include a number of the most popular codecs, such as
Windows Media Audio, Windows Media Video, and MP3.
There might be times, however, when you want to play content that was compressed with a codec that
Windows or the Player doesn't include by default. In many cases, you can download the necessary codec from the web for free or for a fee. And, in some cases, the Player can automatically use the codecs installed by other digital media playback
and creation programs on your computer.
You may download one of the famous codec from the below website (Upgraded).
Media Player Codec Pack V 4.1.2.setup
Support for all editions of Windows 7 and Windows Vista.