- Automatically Mount and View ISO files in Windows 7 Media Center - How-To Geek
Today we show you how to configure Windows Media Center so you can automatically view those ISOs directly from the Movie Library. First, download and install Virtual Clone Drive. It’s a free application that allows you to mount an ISO file so that it appears as a CD/DVD drive. The install process is very simple and you can just take the defaults. sshot-2 Next, download and install Mikinho Mount Image. This add-in allows for the ISO image files to be displayed and mounted automatically in Windows Media Center. This is also a very basic install and is available in 32 & 64 bit versions.
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- Ultimate Guide To Codecs For Windows 7 Media Center
I’m a big user of Windows 7 Media Center, and I have 3 machines now dedicated to running Windows 7 Media Center that support playing h.264, mkv and flac files. They are not high-powered machines; one’s an old laptop and the others are running old dual-core AMD processors. details Ultimate Guide To Codecs For Windows 7 Media Center Getting all my files and codecs setup and playing nicely in Windows 7 was a bit harder than with Windows Vista, but now all of my machines are now happy playing 1080p content as well as outputting the digital audio correctly via SPDIF and coaxial.
- Windows 7 Media Center (7MC) Codec Config Bible
How to set up Windows 7 Media Center with codec packs to get everything working. Also CoreAVC for CUDA support.
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