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Update packs for the K-Lite Codec Pack

KLCP gets updated frequently. However, there may be worthwhile updates to some of the included components in between the regular releases of KLCP. The update pack below can be used to keep your current installation up-to-date.

This update pack is suppossed to be installed on top of the latest version of the codec pack. The minimum required version of your currently installed codec pack is mentioned below. The update pack is cumulative, meaning it contains all changes since that version. You do not need to install any versions in between.

version 14.5.3 ~ 15.6 MB ~ October 11th 2018

Update for:

K-Lite Codec Pack 14.5.2 and newer (Basic/Standard/Full/Mega)

Changelog:

  • Updated MPC-HC to version 1.8.3.1
  • Updated LAV Filters to version 0.73.1-0-g885aea
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Filename: klcp_update_1453_20181011.exe
Size: 16034 KB
MD5
: 956f8973feea6b6ffd63b54d0d07e69f
SHA256: f3dfebfc9e6bf59fa3f2dec5332992754d622c7c561d511087f5ba907e39b6c8

Windows XP

Current version does not support Windows XP anymore. The last version of the codec pack that works on XP is 13.8.5.

Updating older versions

The update pack contains all cumulative changes since the last major release of the codec pack. The minimum required version of your current codec pack installation is mentioned above.

If your current installation is a version older than required by this update pack, then you need to download the latest version of the regular installer HERE. Once that is installed, you can install the update above (if it is a newer version).

The regular installers can be used to update any version of the codec pack. You can simply install on top of your current installation. The installer will automatically notify you if it is needed to uninstall an old version first, and offers to do that automatically.

Detailed changes

Are you curious what exactly has changed in for example MPC-HC and LAV Filters? Take a look HERE.