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i have windows 3.1 and the i263 decompressor for MediaPlayer does not work with the windows 3.1 interface. does anyone know of program that will convert the special AVI's, which need i263, to the regular AVI format that will work with Win 3.1?
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I don't know of any implementations of I.263 for 16 bit systems.  In order to do the conversion
that you want, you'd need to run the I.263 codec.  Therefore, assuming that you can find
something to do the conversion, it's almost certain that it won't run on Win 3.1.
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