The Internet enables you to obtain old and rare videos or live audio, but playing them back, despite owning a modern computer, may be more problematic than you realise. Windows Media Player, QuickTime and Real Player may all be installed on your computer, but they don't support some of the codecs used to encode video in the 90s. You might stumble across the audio codec, so you can hear the sound from the video, but not the picture.
K-Lite Codec Pack 2.85 is a collection of audio and video codecs that will enable you to playback just about any video or audio file, encoded in the past or present day. It's a comprehensive package, but as each codec is relatively small, can be installed on your system without taking up too many additional resources.
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