Good codec packs

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Hello everyone I just reformatted my laptop and I forgot about some codecs I was using. Haha what can I say can't remember everything! So I have some movie files that I can't remember what are good codec packs to decode them. They are vob/ifo dvd burning programs. I alreaddy have a xp codec pack with ffdshow etc. However they still don't play the vob/ifo files any suggestions would be greatly appreciated for what codecs I should download. I use the freecodecs.com for a site to download them from.
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Download VLC. It comes with a huge number of codecs and will play just about anything.

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
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Thank you I'll try it!
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spork wrote:
Download VLC. It comes with a huge number of codecs and will play just about anything.

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/


Great software. Been using it for a few years and have recommended everyone i know to use it.
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Version 1.0 was finally released a few days ago.
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Thanks, just done an update.

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