If you are looking for Storm Codec, you have come to the right place. We explain what Storm Codec is and point you to the official download.
What is Storm Codec?
Storm Codec is a codec pack that is provided for users that frequently play video or audio files on their Windows Media Player. The codecs serve as an add-on for the Windows player. This is freeware that installs media file decoders to enable the player to run the user’s music and video files, regardless of their formats. The codecs make the player compatible with popular audio and video formats.
The codecs installed with the Storm Codec pack allow for the decoding of the following media formats: RealPlayer 10.5, RealMedia, QuickTime 7.13, MPEG-4, MPEG-2, High Definition Television (HDTV), Theora, OGG, OGM, Matroska, APE, Voxware, NVidia PureVideo, RatDVD, and CoreFLAC Audio. The player also supports subtitle display, when available. Users can select codecs that they want to install during the installation process, if installation of full codec pack is not the preference of the user.
Storm Codec can also be installed on Windows systems even without the Windows Media Player installed, since the program also comes with its own media player, the Media Player Classic.
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File types supported by Storm Codec
Our users primarily use Storm Codec to open these file types:
About file types supported by Storm Codec
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Last updated: : March 11, 2013