Question about Pentax Optio 330 Digital Camera
It used to be able to playback normally for all video clips once. But I don't know if upgrading to XP and/or installing direct X 9 get things worst since I don't remember the platform config at that time when I succeeded anymore. I have tried the freeware codec verifying utility "GSpot" and it says everything render successfully but without any luck of being able to playback the clips normally with neither any error message displayed. I have another PC running Win98 which orginally cannot play the clips and kept reporting "unsupported codec" until I downloaded and installed the trial version of the Morgan M-Jpeg Codec but it is a trial version and will expire in 60 days. DDDDDDamn that Pentax didn't provide any player nor any codec which let all the incompatibility problems arise! Stupid and irresponsible!! (but shall I also blame MS??) anyone know how to tackle this problem?
Posted by Anonymous on
Do you have quicktime installed? From what I remember there it uses a quicktime codec.
Posted on Sep 08, 2005
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