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Thread: Playing XviD's
09-05-04, 01:10 PM #1
I've got Windows Media Player 10 installed, along with powerdvd & DivX. I downloaded a video that is encoded in XviD whioch is a DivX type file ? Anyway when opened with divx it played the video but it says it will need a new sound codec in order for me to hear sound. I know that the sound in the video file is AC & 5.1, how do get some sound working on the file ?
09-05-04, 01:19 PM #2
09-05-04, 01:22 PM #3Mama, put my guns in the ground. I can't shoot them anymore.
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09-05-04, 01:34 PM #4
K-lite Codec Pack(which included BS Player) works great for Xvid's.
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09-05-04, 04:17 PM #5Originally Posted by ebaY
06-25-05, 09:20 AM #6
once agian i have downloadedf an xvid file couldnt remember which audio codec i used before to hear the sound buy i knew i had posted a question and someone had help me, so thank you OC search button
06-25-05, 10:22 AM #7
it likely has AC3 sounds - the BEST pack to get is the Gordon Knot codec pack www.doom9.org
Xvid is a better form of avi compression, you have DivX and Xvid - but now with Divx 6 out it is becoming superious to Xvid once again.
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