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Avi file only sound played w/o any video

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i have a movie with an .avi extension. wheneveri try to play it on either power dvd or wmp i can only hear the movie being played and cannot see the video. is there something i have to download to be enable to play it?

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  • pils Oct 30, 2008

    hello,

    wil go ahead with vlc player. thank you for the time.

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Yeah you should install the video codec for playing the divX videos..
either download and install KLM CODEC pack

or you can use VLC player which plays literally all the formats of multimedia..

thankyou

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