by CoreCodec

A software providing proprietary codec for decoding certain, advanced video formats

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: CoreCodec

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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CoreAVC is a commercial codec for H.264 video format. Its main feature is high speed of operation with low resource requirements, as well as the ability to use multi-core systems and video card processors for video decoding. Moreover, the program allows you to dynamically change the video stream, thereby allowing you to watch normal video on weaker computers, and high definition on more powerful ones.

Let's consider the features of CoreAVC in detail: one of the main features is support for hardware acceleration for video decoding. First of all, this is a big plus for the owners of weak computers - because the use of graphics processors to decode video can significantly reduce the load on the CPU. The program supports DXVA (DirectX Video Acceleration) technology on ATI-AMD and nVidia CUDA video cards of the same name.

The second feature is support for multi-core processors. Codec can use several cores in parallel, thus achieving the highest speed. Multi-core mode allows you to play back video at 8100 x 8100 resolution without delay.

The program interface is easy to use and contains only a few settings for experienced users, who can configure all the details of the decoder. Unfortunately, the latest version of CoreAVC was released in 2010 and most likely the developer has stopped supporting and developing the program.

- one of the fastest H.264 codecs in its time;

- hardware acceleration support;

- support for multi-core systems;

- support for Matroska MKV format;

- detailed settings of decoding parameters.

After reading the description about CoreAVC I have one big concern; hasn't had any updates to the software since 2010. That is telling me that the developer is not to be found for support. I have been burnt may times on installing software just to find out I can't get any real time support when a problem comes up. On a side note, does sound interesting if I was a gamer.
CoreAVC, high speed encoding, multi-threaded and hardware acceleration. I don't think there's much more to say about that. Although it hasn't been updated since 2010, it's got a lot of the features necessary to run on modern hardware. It also has support for Matroska MKV format which isn’t a requirement but is definitely a quality added feature.
With CoreAVC for Windows, you can now decode H.264 file video formats which is great because this was not possible previously. If you are looking for software that is easy to work with, compatible with windows, and clear to understand then this software is for you. With CoreAVC, you can also do playback with different versions of multimedia files, beyond just doing the decoding of various video files more efficiently. It seems that they have updated the software to get rid of any bugs causing it to have issues with registration.
CoreAVC for Windows is a software-only decoder from the passage that I read. You can download the software if you need to decode, however, I do not know if I would recommend the software in the brief time that it was looked at because my first thought that came to mind is this something that is needed and how many people needs software decoders.
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