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Eliminate video and audio errors while playing videos on your computer.
Add audio/video codecs and filters to playback any video file.
Play MPEG 1/2/4 formats of any type including DivX, MPEG4, DVB, and SVCD.
Play DVD, Flash, MOV, 3GP, DivX, and all others popular media formats.
AMCap is a multi-purpose still and video capture application with video preview.
Watch movie clips and listen to your favorite tunes.
Get a DirectShow decoding filter for decompressing DivX and MPEG-2 movies.
Compress multimedia files from any application.
Play any audio and video formats in your favorite Media Player.
Convert AVI, DV AVI, DivX, and MPEG-4 video files to MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 formats.
Whether you want to make a few YouTube videos, or you're practicing a speech, recording yourself with VLC is easy and offers lots of formatting options.
A Windows patch today fixes eight bugs, including Internet encryption weakness and a critical Windows Media Player hole.
Latest Patch Tuesday updates plug nine holes in Windows, Office, ISA, Virtual PC, and Virtual Server, including several holes that have been targeted in attacks.
In the latest Patch Tuesday, bulletins address flaws in Windows and Microsoft Office. The company is still working on a fix for a Mime HTML-related Windows vulnerability.
New M86 Security Labs report says holes in Adobe Reader and Internet Explorer are targeted most by attackers.
Software giant Microsoft says its Patch Tuesday deploy addresses vulnerabilities in DirectShow, SMB Protocol, ActiveX, Windows Shell Handler, and 32-bit Windows.
In rare out-of-cycle security update, Microsoft fixes hole that put IE users at risk of attacks via ActiveX and other controls.
Microsoft Patch Tuesday preview shows that one of six security updates slated for next week will target critical hole in DirectX.
Microsoft says limited attacks have exploited a hole in the ActiveX control, a component of Windows Media Center used for recording and playing television video.
New hole in DirectX could allow an attacker to take control of a computer if the user visits a site and runs a maliciously crafted QuickTime file.