Tip & How-To about Media 100 Sorenson Video Codec 2.0 for PC

Manage your Codecs and Compression Managers with AnalogX

Want to remove unused Video codecs are simply findout which versions are installed then these programs are for you.
DXMan v1.11 - Check and if needed remove troublesome Video codecs that come bundled with many codec packs that you dont want of the incorrect version has been installed
http://www.analogx.com/files/dxmani.exe



ACM Proporties v1.01 - Find out which Audio Compression Manager - ACM that are on your system for use with encoding software like VirtualDub and AVI Gui Mux to turn VBR into CBR AVI's for better standalone DVD compatibility this shows that the Fraunhofer MP3 Professional ACM has been installed and is registered find out how to do this HERE on one of my other Fixya Tips

http://www.analogx.com/files/acmpropi.exe


Many more freeware programs including the excellent MaxMem; CacheBooster and File Extension Changer goto there website and be amazed at what you can find there

http://www.analogx.com/files/maxmemi.exe
http://www.analogx.com/files/cbi.exe
http://www.analogx.com/files/extchgi.exe


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can not play video in my pc


hi...

looks like either you don't have any video codecs installed or your codecs got corrupted.

There is an easy way to get around this issue.
There is a video application called VLC player. It is very powerful video player. It can play almost all common file formats and its free application. you don't have to spend any on this application. A real must have application.

Since this software depends on its on codecs, after installation, you can play video files on this application.

You can get Latest Version of VLC Player here


Or if you wish to not to install any third party Media player, you can download and install multimedia codecs itself. Recommended codec is K-Lite.

You can Download Latest Version of K-Lite Codecs Here.

Mar 18, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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it cannot play movies


Hi Irfan,

You can download the latest version of Media Player Classic (K-Lite Codec) FOR FREE
It will install all the required CODEC and you can play all audio - video files.

Hope it helps!
CreativeTECH

Feb 04, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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File won't play video


The reason that the video is not playing is because the video uses certain "codecs" to decode the video. (It is basically a way that the computer interprets how to display the video on your screen.)

You need to install a good codec pack so that you can play all formats of video and/or audio.

I recommend using K-Lite Mega Codec Pack. It plays everything from Windows Media (AVI) to Quicktime files and just about everything in between. This is a very widely-used and popular codec pack. It also comes with a much simpler version of Windows Media Player. (It shows as an older version...and even looks like an older version, but it is only based on the older version as it honestly worked much better than newer versions.)

Here is the link.

(Click HERE to download the codec pack.)

Just use the DEFAULT installation. Don't change anything. There is no need to. Once it is installed, it will use the version of Windows Media Player that I just mentioned by default.

But if you still wish to use version of Windows Media Player that you currently have installed, then you may feel free to do so. It will still play videos using the same codecs that were installed by K-Lite. (All A/V programs will use the codecs.)

Another player I have recently found is GomPlayer. Very nice interface. Clean and easy to use. Install K-Lite and try out GomPlayer if you like afterwards.

HERE is a link. According to the site, you may not have to install any other codec packs after installing GOMPlayer. That may or may not be true. It IS OK if you install both.

Good luck. Let me know how it goes. :)

Cyryl

Nov 16, 2007 | Jazz DV-179 Digital Camera

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AVI file is not running


With .avi files the issue is usually which video codec has been used to encode it - all players will have certain codecs installed, and if the second player you describe does not have the approprtiate codec then it will struggle to play the file - occasionally the audio codecs can have the same effect, also on video. In your video conversion program you should be able to choose from a list of codecs to use to encode the .avi file, check which one you used and then check it is installed on the computer that is experiencing the problem. Windows media player, if it is fully updated should be able to cope with the majority of codecs, the best player for .avi files at the moment is DivX player, available free for download at; http://www.divx.com divx player also may need to be fully updated after you install it, this is an easy procedure, just click "Check for new versions" in the "help" menu to make sure you have the latest divx codecs installed Hopefully this will allow you to play the files on both machines. If you still have trouble, then type the name of the codec used by your converter program into a search engine, and you should find a location to download it from with installation instructions. Hope this helps, ask again if you still have trouble :)

Apr 21, 2007 | Lite On Cucusoft MPEG/AVI t

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