How to Install a GOM Player AC3 Filter

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GOM Player is a free multimedia player that supports almost all major multimedia file types and allows additional codecs to be installed to increase its versatility. These codecs are small programs that allow decoding different types of video formats. For many types of encoded video files, GOM Player uses its own internal codecs, but sometimes these don't work as intended, or user adjustments have caused problems with their use. This is sometimes the case with the internal equivalent of the AC3 audio filter. Luckily AC3 is available for free and compatible for inclusion in GOM Player.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Go to the AC3Filter website (see Resources) and download the latest AC3Filter. There are several different versions, but according to the AC3Filter website, if you're unsure which you need, you should download the full version.

  2. 2

    Press the Windows key and "R" simultaneously to open the "Run" window. Click "Browse" and navigate to the downloaded file. Click "OK" to start installation.

  3. 3

    Follow the instructions contained in the installation. In most cases, you can accept the defaults for all options and click through to complete the installation.

  4. 4

    Open GOM Player and press "F5" to pull up the "Preferences" window. Click "Filter" on the left and select "Advanced Settings" at the top.

  5. 5

    Click "Advanced: Customize filter priority" to enable the "Add Filter" button, which you should then click.

  6. 6

    Select "AC3 Filter" from the list and click "OK" to install the filter into Gom Player, then return to the "Advanced Settings" window.

  7. 7

    Click "Highest" under the "Condition" priority option to use AC3 Filter, when appropriate, before anything else.

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