Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
I downloaded video mpg files from my camcorder to my PC. I can watch these videos fine on my PC, using windows media player and other viewers. What I am really trying to do is insert the video into a PowerPoint file. When I do this, PowerPoint is not able to run the video. After some small research, I understand that PowerPoint uses mplay32.exe, and when I try to run my video with this program directly, it also doesn't work. The solution, as I understand it, is to download a codec to my PC. I tried (and I think successfully) installed/copied a few codecs to my PC, but the video still doesn't work in PowerPoint/mplay32. Does anyone have a suggestion of what I can do?
Technician77 is absolutely right, you should be nice and rank him a "Fixya!".
Additionally, Codex really should be installed and not copied directly to ensure that they are added correctly. The k_lite pack is the best installer for the average set of normally used codex.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
Please click on the link below and download full codec its free, Ths should take care of the problem.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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