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LAV Filters 0.71

By Hendrik Leppkes  (Freeware)
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LAV Filters is an Open Source set of DirectShow filters, which allow you to play popular video and audio formats without having to install any other codec pack or additional codec or filter. LAV Filters are based on FFmpeg multimedia libraries. As a set of DirectShow filters, LAV Filters contains LAV Splitter and LAV Audio and Video Decoder.

Key Features Include:

  • Play any file format (audio and video) using a DirectShow compliant player compatible with almost all multimedia packages.
  • Support for Blu-Ray discs and other containers.
  • Powerful decoders for most popular file formats including, Matroska, MP4, AVI, AC3, AAC, TrueHD, FLV, MOV etc.
  • Support for deinterlacing, multi-threading, customizable hardware acceleration.
  • Support for automatic multimedia (video and audio) synchronization.
  • Support for AES encrypted HLS streams and advanced subtitle selection.
  • Support for rtspu, rtspm, rtspt and rtsph URLs (for RTSP transport protocol).

Please note that you don't need to install any other codec pack to play video or audio files on your PC if you install LAV Filters.

Title: LAV Filters 0.71
Filename: LAVFilters-0.71-Installer.exe
File size: 10.14MB (10,633,520 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Freeware
Date added: February 15, 2018
Author: Hendrik Leppkes
MD5 Checksum: B73F85B63B8997EBE11DFA1478CD1A56

LAV Filters now requires Windows Vista or newer, Windows XP is no longer supported.
LAV Splitter:
NEW: Preliminary support for UHD Blu-ray parsing.
LAV Video:
NEW: D3D11 hardware accelerated decoding (native mode with madVR, Copy-Back otherwise).
Fixed: HDR metadata was not properly communicated to madVR in DXVA2-Native mode.
Fixed: Anamorphic WMV9/VC-1 videos were not being played back with the correct aspect ratio in all cases.
Fixed: Changing certain settings while playback was paused could result in a deadlock.
Fixed: Playing severly corrupted HEVC streams with hardware decoding could result in playback failing entirely, instead of skipping over the corruption.
LAV Audio:
NEW: Basic support for AAC 960 streams (common in DVB radio streams).

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