This part of the documentation describes how to use the features of the Windows Media Audio and Video codecs to produce and consume compressed data streams.
Note This documentation is primarily for developers who want to use Windows Media codecs in their C -based media applications.
Download install the media player codec pack for Windows/10, and things will be done. Using an alternative Windows Media Player will be a good way out.
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Windows Media Player incompatible codec problem can be settled by downloading media player codec pack as well as by converting video codec to WMP supported file formats, which is much easier to some extent. Step 1: Get to know media formats supported by Windows 10 Step 2: Download a HD video converter with ample input/output codecs | Download Video Converter Step 3: Take converting 8K video to Windows 10 as an example. Step 4: Select a compatible video codec for WMP on Windows 10 in the Output Profile center. Step 5: Set a destination folder and RUN the codec converting process.
Click on the "Continue" button to start the Microsoft Validation process.
Click "Install" when the "Internet Explorer---Security Warning" dialogue box appears.
For a technical overview of the features of the Windows Media codecs, see About the Windows Media Codecs.