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What are the DVD Player video formats(codecs)

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Sometimes when trying to view a video on a media player, you might be greeted with a prompt that states the appropriate codec is not installed. This occurance happens often. Xvid codec is the codec required to play Xvid movies. Without it installed on the computer system, you will just receive those error messages when trying to watch an Xvid movi
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