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video decompressor problem

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I use vueprint to view movies downloaded off internet.
Problem:cannot view file can not find vids 1263 decompressor.
How do solve this?
windows 95
Where can I download from?
Thanx
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You can use the new Media Player to view virtually any type of movie.
It can be downloaded from Microsoft's web site and is very good.

Commented:
Download what you need here:

http://members.aol.com/malenymfo/Mirror.html

Let me know if you need more.
Regards,
Ralph

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Commented:
I wish to continue using Vueprint because of the password capability.

Commented:
Sbazz,

Try going to the site that Ralph had suggested. It is important that you get the Codec reinstalled. You should still be able to use Vueprint after the Codec is reinstalled.

His Comment is the correct answer and should get you back to point where you won't be bothered by the vids 1263 decompressor errors anymore.

Have fun,
Craig

Commented:
Thanks, Craig.

sbazz, any progress on this yet, or are you still having problems?

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Commented:
sbazz,
The following is from:
http://members.aol.com/SlavTrainr/STsPage.html

     The I.263 codec is an Intel codec and fairly new. It has outstanding compression and quality  and is becoming very popular however the codinstl.exe file available from Intel on their site is for their "Create And Share Camera Pack " and does not include the sound codec used in AVIs. They include the codec in their "Intel Capture Utility" program and encourage it's distribution with the files you create.  At this time they have no plans to make it available on their site. You only need to download and install this file once, after installed all I.263 AVI files should play with no problem.  After downloading, unzip the execution file and double click.  

We need some feedback from you now.
Regards,
Ralph
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