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You probably need to install the Mother of All Codec Packages, the K-Lite Codec Pack, here. If you are a Vista user, also get this to cover your bases.
But I suggest you do what I always do and avoid this problem pretty much entirely in the future, which is convert everything over to MPEG-2, which any given burning package requiring X-coding (eg: Nero) will process without problem. The best (and completely free, no adware, spyware, etc.) converter I have found is aptly named the "Any Video Converter", downloadable here. The free version is listed second from the bottom, and it does everything you need it to do, no watermarks or anything added to the converted file. It makes my life worth living.
Troubleshooting codec issues is also made much easier if you can read the required codec info header on the file. Use GSpot to do this.
You may now go back to enjoying life. :)
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
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