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2002\09\06@172426 by rusque (Listas)

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Hello,

   I'm downloading and trying to play some videos, but all I got is
headache.

   There are 3 main formats (AVI, MPG e DIVX) but there's a lot of CODECs
and I can't put they all to work. What is the trick?

   There's some software that can clean the CODECs on my system and install
all the CODECs needed?

   Thank you very much,

   Brusque

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2002\09\06@175716 by Lyle Hazelwood

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Edson,

Here's a utility that will tell you what your computer has, and what codec
your files need.
Freeware, useful.

Web: http://p.duby.free.fr/avicodec.htm

Lyle
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2002\09\06@181944 by Jinx

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I use two programs to test video - VirtualDub and TMPGEnc.
They're both free off the web, so are quite a few others. With
either you can load a video (except MS .asf format AFAIK and
other "lesser" formats like.rm .ram .mov or .viv which need 3rd
party players) and find out its encoding, fps, sample rate and
so on. You can then either re-save it in a different format or know
what codec to go look for (at somewhere like the codec warehouse)
to play it in its original format. They are both also good for editing
video - eg dropping frames or reducing display size to make
smaller files, repairing keyframes etc. I've never removed a
codec from my PC and must have quite a few installed by now,
and have no problems

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2002\09\07@060740 by Herbert Graf

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> Hello,
>
>     I'm downloading and trying to play some videos, but all I got is
> headache.
>
>     There are 3 main formats (AVI, MPG e DIVX) but there's a lot of CODECs
> and I can't put they all to work. What is the trick?
>
>     There's some software that can clean the CODECs on my system
> and install
> all the CODECs needed?
>
>     Thank you very much,

       The AVI and MPG codecs come standard in most versions of media player, the
only code you have to install, in addition, is divx. TTYL

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