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TCPMP & Master Codec Pack 5
For those of you using TCPMP on your Windows Mobile device, this codec pack can be of your interest. XDA member Unit ZER0 updated a few months ago his codec pack to version 5.7.1, which represents a significant graphics update, new player controls, and icons, among other improvements.
From the list of Codecs/DLL’s Included, we can mention some like: AAC (iPod audio files), AC3, AMR, ASAP, AVC (5% faster than the 84Kb version), CAMERA, FFMPEG (Super Version – Plays Cinepac, SVQ1, SVQ3, H.263, AVC, MPEG4, FLV1, FLV4, ON2VP6), and FLAC.
Originally posted by Unit ZER0
TCPMP & Master Codec Pack 5
CAB Installer: http://www.mediafire.com/?nkbziyoj443
PC Based EXE Installer: http://www.mediafire.com/?nddykdkjmgm
Codecs and DLL’s only ZIP Archive (For Advanced Users) (Also includes Processor-Specific versions of the FFMPEG plugin): http://www.mediafire.com/?tynwr2kw0kj
IMPORTANT! – In order to make use of the full capabilities of this codec pack, you will need to install the altered version of TCPMP from bimbam69, it is included in the Installers above, along with it’s attendant files, you can download it separately as a ZIP Archive Here (For Advanced Users): http://www.mediafire.com/?ig3a2iimlnu
ALSO – Please be sure to uninstall all previous versions of this, or any other codec pack, AND your current install of TCPMP.
You can find more information in the codec pack thread.
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