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Old 2004-02-26, 13:01   Link #1
Bonta
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Help with Video Codecs please

i downloaded a episode like i uselly do and when i wanted to watch out i found out that i need some codec and i dont know which one so now i cant even open the file with out crashing the player or explower
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Old 2004-02-26, 13:58   Link #2
flammie
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Take a look at the playback forum. Especially the Media Configuration Guide. I would suggest uninstalling every codec and then installing ffdshow and maybe the latest version of xvid.
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Old 2004-02-26, 16:20   Link #3
Tri
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btw, there is a new ffdshow built that was released today. It's supposed to handle video streams that have been encoded with xvid+packed bitstream. Read here.

Edit: This is not a final release version.

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Old 2004-02-26, 17:11   Link #4
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You should know that this is an un-official build and is not yet been tested to be as stable as the build that was released 2003-05-23. It might be better, but if you use it you are beta-testing it. This build should not be recommended to newbies.
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