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Where can I find vids:vid50 decompressor? Please HELP!

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Where can I find that vids:vi50 decompressor because when I play an AVI it says it couldn't find it.  Thanks.
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Go to Intel's Site. I have seen this many times.


http://www.intel.com/pc-supp/multimed/indeo/codec.htm 

or straight to the FTP download

ftp://download.intel.com/ial/indeo/video/iv5play.exe 

They have all the Codecs available to download in there

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